Nestled in the heart of Jervis Bay, on the South Coast of New South Wales is our hometown of Huskisson, where we opened our very first Few and Far store close to ten years ago. Not only is Huskisson a haven of white sand beaches and the most incredible turquoise waters you've ever seen, it's a fabulous place to visit all year round.
Salty Joes is a Southern Californian style cafe. From smoothies, boutique coffee and grain bowls to epic burgers with a beer and a splash of Mexican. They have an extensive breakfast and lunch menu. Your taste buds will be watering from the choices. Salty Joes also does monthly themed dinners throughout the winter/spring months, check their social media accounts for updates on these dinners. From my experience, these nights are great fun (dress up is encouraged!), with delicious international food and matching drinks!
Take away available. Open 7am - 3pm
The Quarters is a funky restaurant located off the Main Street of Huskisson, and adjacent to the Bakery in Currambene Street. The Quarters is known for their weekly special night. Every week there is a different special and I always look forward to seeing what's on offer. Examples include Love for the Locals $35 night, Ribs Night, Parmy Night, Long Sunday Lunch and my favourite Oyster Happy Hour on a Friday from 4-6pm! Check out their Instagram page for weekly updates. Very tasty regular menu on offer all week as well and their drinks menu makes it hard to pick just 1!!
Stonegrill is my go-to restaurant when dining with a large group. It's easy, the menu has many options and everyone can easily find something they enjoy eating. The 3 course $39 meal deal has it covered. But in saying that it's still perfect for a family or intimate dinners. Yes, you can cook your own meat on the hot rock right in front of you or choose a meal from their A la carte menu too. Service is quick, food is delicious and healthy choices are available. BYO permitted.
The iconic pub does have THE most fabulous view of Jervis Bay! There is nothing better than sitting outside on the deck in the afternoon with a cold beer and a bucket of fresh prawns or a delicious pizza. The pub can get extremely busy on weekends and through peak times. I would highly recommend booking or arriving early if you're wanting to eat there. There is ample space on their outside decks, which through the cooler months is heated and protected with screens. Multiple bars are open over the warmer months so the wait for a cold one isn’t long. The Sports Bar in the pub is away from the dining area and is a great place to watch, punt and barrack for your favourite team on the multiple tv’s.
Kanpai is one of the best rural Japanese restaurants you'll find. Located at the bottom of White Sands Park at the end of Husky's main street. With Japanese chefs in the kitchen, some great Japanese beers on tap and an extensive sake menu, you are assured of the quality and traditional flavours of Japan. The outdoor area has a separate grill, where a chef can cook up a fresh meal right in front of your eyes. During winter you can try a sake tasting paddle around the fire while toasting marshmallows! These guys do the best Sunday afternoon sessions, hands down. There is live music on the deck from 4 pm, every Sunday year round. It's always a fun, lively atmosphere!
Chinese. All made fresh. I suffer if I have MSG, and have never had a reaction from this Chinese food. Owner, Winnie is locally known for her flair and her signature dish - Peking duck. The full duck is presented on her trolley table, cut in front of you and served. Generous meal sizes and all the favourite Chinese meals are available.
My goodness, this is great, very tasty Indian cuisine. I don’t often eat in the restaurant, I usually get take away. The service is fast and the food is always consistently tasty with authentic favours. Good variety with an extensive menu.
Since its opening in Husky in the 1917’s the bakery has been an iconic part of the town. The only place to satisfy the need for a flaky pastry meat pie, freshly baked bread/rolls, pastries and cakes. The menu is full of different creations for breakfast and lunch. There is plenty of room for in house dining on the large deck with a children activity playground to keep the kids amused. In school holidays the Bakery holds workshops for the kids. Check in store for the session times. The bakery is generally busy all day, but the wait for ones of their pies is so worth it!
Open daily from 6am-5pm
I hope you've enjoyed this little food journey around our stunning little town and inspired you to make a trip to see us soon! And don't forget to call in the Few and Far Huskisson to say Hi! I'd love to pass on any more suggestions! Enjoy! x
Images of Huskisson supplied by Dom Quaranta