Exceptional Contemporary West Coast Dining.
From the sea, from local farmers, from the forest, and from our own gardens… West Coast cuisine at its finest!
Local & Regional Suppliers
Pattison Farms Certified Organic Produce
Farmer Ben’s Eggs
Natural Pastures Cheese
Tree Island Yogurt
Please note that effective September 22, 2015 the Breakwater Restaurant last seating & reservation time is 8:30 pm ~ Thank you!
Call 1-800-663-7929 or (250) 338-1323Online Reservations
Dining reservations are strongly recommended for weekend dining, Special Occasion Brunches and Special Dining Events. We also encourage reservations for weekday lunches and dinner to avoid disappointment.
Join us this October in the Breakwater Restaurant for Thanksgiving. We are serving up the legendary Kingfisher Brunch Buffet on October 11 from 9am – 2pm. If you are in the mood for something more traditional, we have turkey and all the trimmings featured in an exclusive Three Course Dinner Sunday and Monday, October 11 and 12, 2015. Seatings from 5pm to close. More details here.
Reservations are required for both these special dining events. Call 1 800 663 7929. Book early to avoid disappointment.
Welcome to The Breakwater
The Breakwater restaurant name speaks to the heritage of our setting; the original breakwater was formed to calm Comox Harbour so loggers could form logs into booms for transport. Just up the shoreline from our restaurant, more than a dozen ships were scuttled to create a breakwater; today they serve as an iconic reminder of the perils that faced coastal pioneers. Naming the Kingfisher Oceanside Resort & Spa’s restaurant, “The Breakwater” speaks of the restaurant’s proximity to the ocean, as well as the rich history of the Comox Valley.
The culinary team and staff invite you to enjoy the warm atmosphere, friendly service, and fresh, contemporary West Coast cuisine in the Breakwater restaurant or on the summer patio; all with one of the best views in the Pacific Northwest.
We’re committed to bringing you the bounty of Vancouver Island from the surrounding waters, which are famed for salmon, halibut, sablefish, shrimp, crab, mussels, oysters, clams and more.
In our mild climate we can grow a vast range of vegetables, fruits, and herbs… to say nothing of the wild foods that pop up without anyone’s help. We know the farmers and foragers who supply us.
The beauty of the Island attracts people who aim to produce truly wonderful food; their cheeses, breads, meats, and poultry prove that they’re doing just that.