Oceana Coastal Kitchen inside the Catamaran Resort

Oceana Coastal Kitchen Restaurant Review (San Diego, Catamaran Resort And Spa)

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True to its name, Oceana Coastal Kitchen is an ocean-front restaurant, located on the beautiful Pacific Beach in San Diego, California.  Located right on the beach with plenty of indoor and outdoor seating, Oceana’s view is unbeatable!

Oceana Restaurant San Diego California

Oceana Coastal Kitchen is located inside a beautiful Catamaran Resort And Spa, and it has an amazing seafood bar as well as sushi!  If you’d rather have something other that seafood, there are also lots of choices – at Oceana Coastal Kitchen, there is truly something for everyone!  The meal at Oceana starts with the complimetary bread basket. Looks at those amazing scones!

Oceana Restaurant San Diego Bread Basket

These scones were so good – spit and butterred, just the way I like it!

Oceana Coastal Kitchen - scones

We ate at Oceana restaurant while vacationing in San Diego, and vacation fun starts with awesome drinks! Let’s begin with the Barrel Aged Rum Mohito – house barrel-aged rum made with captain morgan white rum, grand marnier, dry vermouth, grenadine fresh muddled mint, lime, sugar and soda water. According to my husband, this mojito was one of the best mojitos he’s ever had!

Oceana Coastal Kitchen Mojito

And here’s the Mexican Sangria – tequila carralejo, triple sec, cabenet sauvignon, house-made sweet & sour and a splash of pineapple juice – it was amazing!

Oceana San Diego Sangria

Here’s the first appetizer – Shrimp Ceviche from the cold bar. This ceviche has lime marinade, cherry tomatoes and pineapple salsa – so delicious!


The ceviche was served with a basket of chips – plenty of chips to scoop the yummy ceviche!

Ceviche and Chips at Oceana Coastal Kitchen restaurant

Our next appetizer was Clams & Mussels With Peppers – steamed pacific mussels, clams, roasted peppers, crostini.

Oceana Coastal Kitchen inside the Catamaran Resort

My entree was San Diego Cioppino – scallops, shrimp, clams, mussels, bass, king crab, passilla chili broth, avocado, pickled onions and cilantro. This dish was truly amazing! If you go to Oceana, I highly recommend you get this Cioppino – I really really really enjoyed it!

Seafood Cioppino

If you’ve had enough seafood for now, there is plenty of non-seafood options 🙂 My husband got the Filet Mignon – yum! This steak was perfectly prepared, tender and juicy, and was served with au gratin potatoes, cumin roasted carrots, white raisins and red wine sauce with blue cheese butter. Yes, it tastes just as good as it sounds!

Oceana San Diego steak

If you have small children who won’t appreciate the fine seafood and steak choices, Oceana has the kids menu with kid-friendly selections such as cheeseburger and fries, PB&J, breaded chicken tenders, fish sticks, tuna salad and pasta shells.

Here’s the tuna sandwich from the Oceana Coastal Kitchen kids menu:

Tuna Sandwich

Here are the pasta shells from the kids menu (without the tomato sauce, to please our pickiest little eater)!

Oceana Coastal Kitchen Kids Menu

And here are the breaded chicken tenders with fries from the kid’s menu:

Oceana Chicken Tenders

The items on the Oceana kids menu come with ice cream – that surely makes kids happy!

Here’s the strawberry ice cream:

Strawberry Ice Cream

And here’s the chocolate ice cream:

Oceana Chocolate Ice Cream

To finish off this amazing meal, we got the Warm Skillet Brownie that’s baked to order and served with vanilla ice cream – what an awesome ending to this wonderful dinner!

Warm Skillet Brownie

Oceana restaurant is located inside the Catamaran Resort at 3999 Mission Boulevard San Diego CA 92109, and their phone number is 858.488.1081 . Everything about this restaurant is awesome – wonderful food, perfect oceanfront setting, great for families – highly recommended!

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