On the way to Coromandel from Thames, there is a small shop where you can taste seafood and, in particular, the oysters grown by this company. Exquisite and cheap, a dozen large oysters costs about thirteen dollars or about 7 pennies. You can eat them there or take them to go. Coromandel is known for its seafood and especially oysters, mussels, scallops and lobster. There´s also a seafood feast in August that we´re definitely going to.
This is a very nice cafe next door to the Thames i-SITE, where all buses also stop. The owners are Chinese and the teas and coffees are prepared very well. They have a wide variety of foods, both to dine in or take away.
This is one of the best restaurants in Coromandel. It has a large terrace fills almost every day and great service. They specialize in seafood, made famous nationwide by the giant mussels that are found in Coromandel.
More than just a restaurant, this is a takeaway. There are only two tables on a terrace, but people keep coming to order the Coromandel seafood and fish takeaway. It's famous for its mussels, which are huge, greenish, and very tasty.