Bluff oyster season is back. Find your hot spot around Britomart and treat yourself to these tasty delicacies while they last.


Head to Oaken every Thursday from 5pm to enjoy oysters paired with a gin cocktail. This consists of Fresh Te Matuku oysters are served with a side of horseradish migonetter and a cocktail consisting of celery seed infused with Sipsmith London Dry Gin, clarified tomato water and chervil.


At the top of the seafood menu at Amano are the freshly shucked Te Kouma Bay Pacific oysters. Enjoy them for $4 each, $14 per 1/2 dozen or $48 per dozen. Pair this with a glass of Nino Franco Prosecco Rustico for $13 and you have a match made in heaven.


Celebrate the Bluff oyster season at Ebisu and choose from two options at $6 each. Coose from either fresh Bluff oysters served with yuzu mignonette & yuzu tobiko, white ponzu jelly & cucumber, cucumber sorbet & yuzu tobiko or the tempura Bluff oysters served with green yuzu kosho mayo. Add a bottle of Bollinger for $140 or a glass for $23. Book today at


Book a table for lunch or dinner at Ostro until 12 March and pay just $25 per dozen oysters. Head to happy hour from Monday-Friday between 5-7pm for ‘Bluff and Bubbles’ for $20, giving you a glass of Cloudy Bay Pelorus Brut and three Bluff Oysters or purchase a drink between 5–7pm and get Bluff oysters for $2 each.


Who said oysters can only be consumed in March? Keep your taste buds flowing, and book in between April 2-7, where chefs Fred Wong from Ebisu and Cobus Klopper from Ostro present their own take on the delicacy. Enjoy the best of the Bluff with bubbles and evening entertainment as you take in the breath-taking view over the Waitemata Harbour. Tickets are $40 per person, book here. This includes ½ dozen oysters and a glass of bubbles.