Ooze & Tang

Star 4.9 (224 Google reviews)

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Ooze & Tang

Monday: 5-9pm Tuesday: 5-9pm Friday: 5-9pm Saturday: 5-9pm
Shop 1/20 Monaghans Way, Abbey, WA, 6280. Plenty of free parking nearby. Ooze & Tang is located in Abbey. Which is near Vasse, between Busselton and Dunsborough. Just off of the roundabout where Caves Road meets Bussel Highway. In the area known as Monaghan’s Corner. Just under three hours drive south of Perth. At the northern end of the Margaret River Wine Region.
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An independent Modern Australian French Bistro. Dedicated to seriously delicious food and drinks.
Serving up deliciousness in Abbey WA. Open four nights a week for food, drinks and banter from 5pm until about 9pm on Friday, Saturday, Monday & Tuesday evenings. 

French bar and bistro vibes with Aussie sensibilities. The bistro feels like a tapas bar, a cocktail bar, a wine bar, and a French restaurant rolled into one delicious package. The team behind Ooze & Tang is very serious about good food, good drinks, good service and good times.  Owned and operated by a Chef, a Sommelier and a Bartender.  Absolutely one of the best hidden gems in the region if you like to eat and drink.  A buzzing little local spot well supported by food and wine industry insiders.

Book online at the website or wander in and park up at the bar. Thank you so much for supporting small, genuine, heartfelt indie hospitality.



Ooze & Tang

1/20 Monaghans Way, Abbey WA 6280, Australia


Star 4.9 (224 Google reviews)
Iris Yang 19 April 2024

Ooze and Tang is a total win if you're into quirky, delicious eats. The Porchetta with smoked date puree? Absolute perfection. And you've got to try the anchovy toast—it's a flavor bomb. Don't skip the Brussels sprouts with sunflower emulsion either; they turn a usual side into something super special. The cocktail menu is just as creative as the food, so find your match and enjoy. Plus, the place is dog-friendly, so you can chill on the front porch with your furry buddy. All in all, Ooze and Tang offers a fun, tasty dining experience you'll want to come back to.

John 17 February 2024

I treated my partner to a belated Valentines Day date night dinner at this wonderful restaurant on Friday and the food and service were exquisite and second to none, in the best I've experienced in Busselton in a very long time. The staff were very attentive while staying in the wings. I can highly recommend this hidden gem and its obviously very popular with tourists and locals alike. Bookings are essential but they also leave a few tables unreserved to allow people to drop in for a drink and meal. Do try it.

Anna Spanner 20 April 2024

Lovely place, and very accommodating and friendly staff. Issue was with the portions. I understand it is a tapas style restaurant but one scotch egg is $21 and is split between 3 people. Also very limited options for vegetarians. The food is very tasty but underwhelming portioned. Less for dinner, more for drinks and nibbles. Crème brulee was BEAUTIFUL. For people looking for a place with a similar vibe but more substantial portions, i would recommend Morrie’s in Margaret River.

Charles Ryder 08 April 2024

This is the hidden gem of down south. As soon as we arrived the owner asked us if we had a preference for a table - big tick. So many places never do that even when there are many spare tables. Then comes the wine list. I reckon the best in the south west and top ten even for Perth. How many places can you start with a fino sherry? Second big tick. We settled on a bottle of Châteauneuf-du-Pape which was sublime. Next up the food. Not only is the quality as good or better than the big guns of the Southwest but it is better priced. As a postscript we are massive fans of crème brûlée and theirs was numero uno on the SW league ladder. In the words of the great Mr Meldrum - do yourself a favour.... C'est fantastique.