Oyster Bay, One of Cebu’s Best Seafood Restaurants





If you haven’t been to Bridges Town Square in Mandaue City then it’s now your time to check this urban sub-district that houses one of Cebu’s best seafood restaurants, the Oyster Bay.

The Oyster Bay is conveniently located inside the vicinity of the Bridges Town Square with a landscape that mimics a restaurant by the seaside. It is surrounded by coconut trees, small ponds and tiny seaside-like canals wherein small fishes and sharks are the center of attraction.

The restaurant’s ambiance offers comfort and relaxation especially to people who are working in a fast-paced environment. Most costumers who dine in are group of friends, families, business associates, and busy individuals who wanted to experience the lull of the sea in the city.

Baked Oyster

Oyster Bay’s main attraction of course, is their menu jam-packed with fresh and sumptuous seafood, meat, and poultry dishes. Customers can choose from a variety of appetizers . Their Baked Oyster with cheese and garlic is a bestseller. Their Oyster Bay Adobo and Crispy Dinuguan are bestsellers from their meat and poultry menu. Diwal and Oyster Bay Paella are among the bestsellers from their Seafood Specials menu. Check their comprehensive seafood menu here.

The Oyster Bay Seafood Restaurant also offers accommodation for any special occasion, be it for intimate family gatherings; corporate meetings; or banquet for large groups of up to 180 persons. You can choose between dining al fresco in a beach ambiance complete with coconut trees, white sand, and a saltwater lagoon or in the comfort of an air-conditioned room with a view of the lagoon. Their air-conditioned room and function room can accommodate up to 80 persons. They also configure the room to fit smaller groups of 30-50 persons. Source: OysterBay Website

For reservation, please contact 344-7038 or email reservation@oysterbayseafoodrestaurant.com. Visit this link to see more Oyster Bay Seafood Restaurant photos.

Photo Credits: Mark Monta of FaceCebu.Net & Michael Sinjin Pineda of Libotero.Com

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One Response to Oyster Bay, One of Cebu’s Best Seafood Restaurants

  1. escargot says:

    I love Paella, and it is hard to find a restaurant that make it right. I lived in South Florida and still had a hard time finding a good place. My hometown has a great place where the chef is from Valencia and it is always perfect.

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