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Restaurants near Oaks Cable Beach Sanctuary


4 restaurants available nearby

A photo of Cables Restaurant & Bar restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Australian • Cable Beach
Relax and enjoy a contemporary yet relaxed dining experience at Cables Restaurant & Bar. Offering a mouth-watering selection of Breakfast and Dinner sensations, our Restaurant is a popular place for locals and hotel guests alike to gather and enjoy a meal with a glass of wine or beer and take in the beautiful surrounds.
A photo of Bali Hai Cafe restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Modern Australian • Wickham
Booked 13 times today
The Bali Hai Cafe captures the essence of Broome. Offering casual fine dining using fresh produce and other high quality ingredients to create a delicious menu. The menu is complimented by a beautiful wine list and cocktails. Fully Licensed.Open for lunch from 11.30am to 2.30pm and dinner from 5pm. Bookings strongly recommended for dinner. Hours vary seasonally.**Please note all Public Holiday bookings incur a 20% surcharge on full bill**
A photo of STK Beach Bar & Grille restaurant
Price: Expensive
• Australian • Cable Beach
Booked 1 time today
STK Beach Bar & Grille - Located at 63 Robinson St Town Beach Broome, open from 7am to late 7 days, enjoy the bay views from our Alfresco, its the best place to experience Broome's famous "Staircase to the Moon Experience". Our Sensational Menu features - 6 Steaks - BBQ Beef & Pork Ribs - 6 Parmies - Seafood - Salads and small plates plus "Our Famous Share Boards" 1KG Meat Board.The Bar serves Broome best Cocktails, 8 beers on tap and a great selection of wines, spirits and of course sensational coffee! We run weekly specials and themed food nights so check our FB for the latest info STK Beach Bar & Grilleand don't forget we offer a Courtesy Bus for free pick-up and drop off - yes it's FREE!!
A photo of 1861 Restaurant restaurant
Price: Moderate
• Australian • Cable Beach
1861 was the defining year in Broome's history. A new species, the pearl oyster Pinctada maxima was discovered in Roebuck Bay and turned out to be the largest pearl shell in the world. The size of the shell was huge in comparison to any other shell available and caused a sensation in European and American markets. The average size of the 'pinctada shell' was six to twelve inches across.
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