Welcome to Cervantes Bar and Bistro.

We are a family owned and operated business situated on the Turquoise Coast 250km North of Perth in Cervantes the home of the Pinnacles; We are open 7 days a week 11am - late

Whether a large celebration or intimate dinner for two we cater for a wide range of occasions withthe ability to accommodate corporate groups and large functions in our newly refurbished dining room. Whether a quick bite to eat or a long lunch with friends our restaurant offers full table service in a friendly and relaxed atmosphere. Entertain the kids in our highly popular secure outdoor play area while you enjoy a meal in the restaurant or a drink in the sun in the beer garden.

Our menu has something to suit all palates, showcasing line caught local fish, Local western Rock Lobster direct from the Lobster Shack, grass fed Margaret River Beef, Liberty Free Range chicken, Leeman octopus, Albany mussels. All our meals are made from scratch on premise and professionally presented by our head chef.

Delicious vegetarian and gluten free options available. Finish your meal by perusing the Dessert and coffee menu with freshly ground Little Owl coffee roasted in Perth WA.

If you are looking for the perfect place to unwind after a long week or to catch up with friends after work look no further than Cervantes Bar and bistro sports bar where you can enjoy your favourite sporting action on the new 75" big screen TVs along with pool tables, darts and juke box.

With a large selection of local beer on tap and carefully selected Wine list by our trained sommelier we have quality wines from Franklin River, Margaret River the Barossa and more. Along with an extensive selection of cocktails and top shelf spirits, liqueurs find your drink of choice no matter the season.

A warm fire awaits you in the winter and enjoy a bottle of Margaret River red. In the summer enjoy a long lunch with friends or afternoon Sunday session in our sunny beer garden cooled by the refreshing afternoon Cervantes sea breeze.

Enjoy our great weekly specials and friendly personalised service in the drive through bottle shop.


A little bit more about Cervantes

The Town of Cervantes was named after an American whaling ship the " Cervantes", which ran aground on the Cervantes islans on the 29th June 1844. The Crew was fishing when a gale blew up.Before the vessel could make sail to weather out the gale at sea, it was driven on to a sand-bar.

The crew made it to shore, and three of them arrived in Perth on 6th July to report the loss. Captain Gibson had said that the vessel suffer only minor damage; however its keel was broken. However due to the long distance from the ship to Fremantle, which was the nearest place for repairs to be carried out, it was decided that the vessel was to be sold.

The wreckage was sold for 155 pounds. The purchaser, a Mr Wickstead, was contemplating forming a whale station, as the crew had reported an abundance of seals in the area where the wreckage had occurred.

This never eventuated and the sip was never recovered. 'Cervantes' Whaling Ship still lies 2 meters of water. Pieces of old timber, probably from this wreck, are sometimes found on the beaches near Cervantes.