About Feast on Seafood at The Noisy Oyster

The Noisy Oyster Restaurant in Paternoster serves modern South African cuisine. The chef changes the menu daily and might serve black mussels in white wine, garlic and turnips.

The seafood is excellent - especially the oysters of course! Feast on calamari and prawns, mussles and the freshest of fresh fish dishes. For non-seafood lovers there are plenty of alternate options to choose from including pizza and steak.

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WhereThe Noisy Oyster, St Augustine Road, Paternoster, Cape West Coast.

WhenOpen for lunch and dinner. Booking essential!

Telephone+27 (0)22 752-2196

OvernightThe closest town is Paternoster, in Western Cape

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