Although only a small town there is a growing foodie scene in Bremer Bay. Options for a meal range from a good pub meal in the Mt Barren restaurant at the Bremer Bay Resort, delightful nosh for lunch or dinner at the cafe at the Wellstead Museum or perhaps try one of the newest arrivals, The Telegraph serving superb breakfast and lunch or check out the enchanting The Bremer Bay Brewing Company to partake in a thirst quenching locally brewed ale. Keep an eye out for the seasonal pop-up restaurants and food trucks that regularly visit over summer. In recent years the dining selection has included the divine Latin flavours of Soul Cocina or the delicious offerings from Wheels and Peg catering, hosted by the Bremer Bay Sports Club. For the daily coffee hit perhaps served with a slice of delicious home-made cake we can warmly recommend that you try all of the cafes, the resort or for the beach-side barista, a visit to Orcas coffee van open over summer down at paperbarks playground near Main Beach. There is also a cafe within the Bremer Bay Beaches resort and tourist park that also offers refreshments in a laid back casual environment.
Fishing not been too successful? The Bremer Bay Fish Processors offer a range of excellent eating fish, derived locally and sustainably from the pristine clean waters of the Southern Ocean. Abalone is also available at both the hardware and General Store, sourced from a local producer, 888 Abalone. The kitchen at Lejano is well equipped to allow a gourmet meal to be prepared using locally sourced ingredients.
Gnornbup Wines, located on the edge of town is the Great Southern’s most eastern vineyard where the strong coastal influence has created a unique micro-climate. The vineyard has a small cellar door that is open most days in summer and over the weekend at other times of the year. The Bremer Bay Brewing Company have takeaway locally brewed beer and ginger ale, whilst a selection of local wines and beers is also available from the General Store or through the Bremer Bay Resort.