Current live oysters in stock: Blue Point, Calm Cove, Shigoku, Kumamoto. We always have a fresh variety of oysters every week so it might be hard to decide which oysters you want. That's why you can always get the oyster sampler. It has 4 different types of oyster so you can always try a little bit of everything. They usually go for $13.49 for 6, or $23.99 for a dozen. But the price may vary, according to the type of oysters we have on hand. After you get the sampler, you can then pick your favorite and then get a dozen of those!
We almost always have at least 4 varieties of raw oysters in stock. Our current inventory includes Calm Coves, Blue Points, Malpeques, and Kumamotos. And, as usual, if you would like to have a sample of each, we can give you a sampler of in increments of half dozens. So you can get 6, 12, 18, etc of the sampler. The same goes for each oyster. You can get them in increments of 6. Mix and match. Pick what you like and then get more of that. We always check each oyster we serve for freshness and every order comes with in-house made horseradish and cocktail sauce.
Have you tried our ultimate Oyster Shooters? If not, you should! We take a fresh oyster from whatever we have in stock, shuck the crap out of it, top it with masago, green onions, ponzu, a secret sauce, and a quail egg. It comes with a shot of sake. It's your choice whether to take the shot before or after but you should really take it with the oyster shooter. It's the best oyster shooter around! Get it today! It's only $4 each. And you know, you can't order just one.
That's right. You read that right. We've got them for days. Why? Because we get new shipments all the time. And our selection is always different. Currently, we have 4 types: Kumamoto, Calm Cove, Eld Inlet, and Hammersly. We shuck them fresh to order and we check every single one we serve is fresh and ready for consumption. If you don't know which oyster to get, you can always get a sampler. A dozen sampler will get you 3 of each kind. Find out which is the best, and get another dozen of that one. So simple.
Do you feel like having oysters all weekend? We do! We have such a large shipment of oysters recently, we dare you to try to eat our whole inventory! As pictured, we have dozens of fresh kumamotos along with a wide array of other fresh oysters that we acquire from all over the place, including the great Northwest and from the east coast. Come on in and get a few dozen today! Fill that oyster void!
Whenever you come to visit us, it's never a bad idea to just start out with a dozen raw oysters. You can order them as soon as you come in. That way, by the time you figure out what you want to order, a dozen, freshly shucked oysters will be on their way out to you. They're the perfect appetizer! Because we get them fresh weekly, our variety always changes. Currently, we have Kumamoto (Washington), Shigoku (Washington), Eld Inlet (Washington), 38 North (Maryland), and Fanny Bay (British Columbia). We also check every single oyster as we shuck them to ensure absolute freshness before serving them to you.
Yes, we always have fresh oysters? What are they? They change every week! We always try to have Kumamoto and Fanny Bay and then several other varieties. If you'd like a sample of each, we usually have a sampler platter available in a half dozen or a dozen. From wherever you are in Orange County, our fresh oysters are worth the drive! We have sushi chefs from other restaurants come by just to order a few dozen of our oysters nightly. Maybe you should, too.
That's right. We don't shuck them till you order them. Our variety changes almost every week so be sure to check out our oysters menu whenever you do come in. We always try to at least stock Kumamotos. A lot of times, we'll also Eld Inlet oysters. And sometimes we'll have Fanny Bays or Shigokus. Take your pick! Get a dozen of any or even half a dozen. If you can't decide, we also have a sampler available both in half a dozen or in a dozen. We also check to see if each and every oyster is fresh before we serve them. We hate getting bad oysters, too, so we make sure you don't get any.