There’ll be no going hungry on this holiday. Anglesea brings Melbourne’s culinary flair to the coast, with views and a relaxed surfer vibe to match. From a hearty or healthy breakfast and rich espresso coffee through to a fine dining dinner experience, you’ll need a holiday full of meals to try them all. Of all the ‘must eat’ restaurants in Anglesea, below are some of our favourites.
Carefully curated by Executive Chef, Chris Barlow, The Coast's fine dining menu offers a variety of Australian fusion dishes, featuring locally sourced produce from the Great Ocean Road and Surf Coast regions.
Address: 105 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea
Phone: +61 3 5263 1683 | Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fish by Moonlite
This fish & chip shop is owned by chef Matt Germanchis and partner Gemma Gange. Fresh Victorian seafood arrives daily ready to cook or the classic takeaway fish and chips are also available.
Address: Shop 4 | 87-89 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea
Phone: +61 480 224 173
Poppies Cafe & Nursery
Set amongst a myriad of plant life, Poppies Café occupies a conservatory like space and extends out under a vine-covered pergola. With a reputation for having the freshest and finest meals, the café draws produce from the adjoining food store that stocks mainly organic produce. Freshly created meals are also available to take home.
Address: 1 Simmons Court, Anglesea
Phone: +61 3 5203 5785 | Email: email@example.com
Anglesea General Store
Having originally opened in 1929, the Anglesea General Store, (also known as Maid Marion’s), has been an institution in Anglesea for both locals and visitors alike. More recently, local chef’s Angela Frank and Emma Williams have revamped the café with a modern a la carte menu and cabinet options, trading under the name of Anglesea General Store / Maids Pantry and Brunch Bar.
Address: 119 Great Ocean Road, Anglesea
Phone: +61 3 5263 1420