As we continue on this journey of the unknown, something many of our generation will never have witnessed before, we at Oysters hope everyone is keeping safe and staying at home so that life as we knew it can return as soon as possible.
Meadow Hedgerow Honey has been a staple in Oysters’ kitchen for a number of months now. Locally sourced, from as nearby as Melmount Road, Strabane
At Oysters we deal only with the highest calibre of food source from the adjacent locality and we pride ourselves on offering the finest of beef in the region.
A a new year commences, we at oysters look back in appreciation of 2018! Last year saw Oysters Restaurant receive a number of accolades.
By Michaela Clarke We have been extremely quiet with our blogs as of late – all down to lots of happenings at Oysters. The team have been working on lots of exciting projects including a very exciting announcement due in the coming weeks! But as Mother’s Day fast approaches, I think it’s only fitting to introduce to you … Continue reading Mum’s the Word!
As Eel Week draws to a close the reception to the initiative in Oysters was phenomenal! Many customers who had never tried eel before took this opportunity to delve into their adventurous side and they were not disappointed. Eel-Eat originated from the Lough Neagh Partnership in association with the Lough Neagh Fisherman’s Co-Operative and supported and promoted … Continue reading Eel-Eat Week
By Michaela Clarke Oysters latest Spring menu has a new exciting dish in the form of Haven Smokehouse Turf-Smoked Donegal Salmon served with a Pea, Vanilla & Mint Puree, Confit Potato and Crispy Capers! Head Chef, Niall Gorham, has had a long standing love for Turf-Smoked Salmon from The Haven Smokehouse, and has now brought a piece of … Continue reading A True Taste of Irish Heritage
Last Wednesday night saw the launch of NI’s Year of Food & Drink 2016 at Belfast’s Ulster Hall and Oysters Restaurant was honoured to be numbered amongst the 200 distinguished guests.
As we enter into a new chapter in 2016, we say goodbye to a fabulous year at Oysters Restaurant.2015 kicked off with one of our famous Food and Wine Tasting Evenings.
Christmas is fast approaching and it is a time to share love and joy with friends and family. With an indulgence in memorable food and tantalising wine, Oysters is the perfect venue for the festive celebrations.
Oysters Game & Wine Tasting was kicked off with an Apéritif made by Kevin himself. Starters consisted of a Game Terrine, made up of Duck, Pheasant and Woodcock or Roast Breast of Wood Pigeon, elegantly matched by Charles Robb to bring out the fruity flavours of the dishes.
By Michaela Clarke The night has finally arrived when our diners will indulge in an evening of good food, fine wine and majestic music. Commencing at 8pm customers will enter the restaurant and be greeted with a glass of our ‘Special’ cocktail of the evening. The food will then begin with Niall and his team … Continue reading Tonight is the Night
In under a week our much anticipated Game & Wine Tasting Evening will be underway. Both front of house and kitchen staff are looking forward to this event as it is an opportunity for staff to participate in something different, not just your usual service.
Here at Oysters our ‘fresh, local, sustainable food’ philosophy goes all the way. Kids whether, babies, toddlers or teenagers are our customers of the future.
Pan-roast Stuffed Breast of Pheasant, accompanied with Sprouts, Red Cabbage, Bread Sauce and a Red Wine Jus’.
Burtonport Smoked Mackerel Fish Cake with Fried Hens Egg and Caper Dressing
As many know, this night is highly renowned with many customers constantly asking “when is the next game night?” Well put 27th November in your diary and get booked in as soon as possible. With high demand, booking is essential.
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