Oysters are like Kardashians: polarising. But if you love them, you're going to want to cross the bridge for Cala Luna's oyster and wine flights, which offer diners a taste of three different oyster varieties, each paired with sommelier-selected wines.

The highlight of the menu is the rare Angassi oyster, Australia's only native oyster species that's prized for its intense flavour. It's matched with a Villa Jolanda Prosecco NV, followed by Sydney Rock oysters (paired with Pala Fiori Vermentino di Sardegna) and Pacific oysters with a glass of Leeuwin Estate Art Series Riesling.

Cala Luna has two restaurants: one in North Sydney and one on the water at The Spit, Mosman. Bookings are essential; visit calaluna.net.au.

Cala Luna, Middle Harbour Yacht Club, Lower Parriwi Road, The Spit, Mosman and 196 Miller St, North Sydney, NSW. 

Australia's rarest oyster is on the menu for just six weeks