From beachside cafes, burger joints with beer gardens, modern cocktail & tapas bars, and restaurants serving up panoramic ocean views, to traditional pubs offering classic Aussie fare - you truly are spoilt for choice when it comes to dining out in San Remo and Phillip Island.
And of course, most of our licensed venues are proud to pour our locally grown wines and crafted beers, which you can also enjoy straight from the source by popping into the vineyard cellar doors and breweries.
Let your tastebuds lead the way ...
1. San Remo:
The gateway to Phillip Island. Located just before the bridge, San Remo’s main strip offers a lively array of relaxed cafes, traditional pubs, cocktail bars, modern restaurants and epic fish & chips. A great spot to kick back with a drink, soak up the atmosphere and plan out your Island adventures.
Welcome to the Island! Just over the bridge, Newhaven is where you will find the popular Cape Kitchen and Saltwater, along with their magnificent water views.
3. Cape Woolamai:
After a day of surfing or a walk around Cape Woolamai, drop by Bang Bang Bar & Food for a mouthwatering Asian inspired menu and cold brews. If you love a good quality burger, then head to Island Burger Bar and grab a bite in their funky beer garden.
The central hub of Phillip Island’s food and drink scene, Cowes is home to waterfront restaurants, boutique breweries, beachside pubs, coastal cafes and family eateries.
A little off the beaten track, Rhyll is a quiet fishing town and ideal spot to indulge in premium local produce and a glass of wine.
Ventnor’s coastal farmland provides an idyllic setting for a relaxing lunch, wine tasting and to stock up on gourmet staples.
Symbols - L = Licensed, C = Cocktails, M = Music
We acknowledge the Traditional Custodians of this land, the Bunurong people