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By Vivienne Pearson

Change is in the air at the Ocean Shores Country Club, with the club announcing the opening of its new casual dining experience: Seasalt Dining & Cafe.

The new venture is managed by Cater Group, who look after seven restaurants between here and the central coast (including two in Coffs Harbour). Continuity and a local touch will be ensured thanks to staff making the transition from Albatross (and some from Coast before that), including head chef Bruce Daniel and restaurant manager Megan Hunter.

In addition to a modern Australian cuisine menu, Seasalt will offer a kids’ menu and daily specials. Club Members receive 10 per cent discount on all regular meals.

The magnificent views from the deck will also remain!

Seasalt: Open every day for lunch (11.30am–2.30pm) and dinner (5.30–8.30pm Sunday–Thursday, 5.30–9pm Friday & Saturday) and tea/coffee/cake + bar snacks from 10.30am each day.

Some of the OS Country Club restaurant crew ( head chef absent) l to r Mel Redko, Ben Allen, Elan Hameriri, Damien Warwick and Jade Henson.

Some of the OS Country Club restaurant crew (head chef absent) l to r  Mel Redko, Ben Allen, Elan Hameriri, Damien Warwick and Jade Henson.


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