We bring passion and science to our craft,
Mother Nature takes it from there
Sweet Amalia Oyster Farm is located on New Jeresy's Cape May Peninsula in an area locals call the Cape Shore Flats.
Using European rack and bag culture methods, we work with Mother Nature to ensure every one of our oysters is the best it can be. Our methods are environmentally sound and our oysters provide many benefits to the ecosystem, actually making the bay healthier for man and mollusc alike. We're proud of our sustainable and ecologically beneficial production methods.
Sweet Amalia oysters have a distinctive flavor, presenting a bright burst of salt while enabling hints of earthiness, minerality, and sweetness to prevail. Perfectly balanced flavor, consistently plump and buttery meats, clean strong shells, no wonder they're a local favorite. Hand-harvested directly delivered from tides to table, our oysters are available for wholesale and retail
at Sweet Amalia Market + Kitchen.
We encourage our chefs, their teams, and oyster lovers to get to know us. We love sharing our story and our farm.
“Slurp those oysters slowly, appreciate how they are pristine, yet wild and buttery and, yes sweet and maybe like nothing you've had before." Kevin Sintumuang, Esquire Magazine
"I loved these oysters. They're the crispest sweetest East Coast oysters I've ever eaten." Ruth Reichl, James Beard Award winning food writer
“@sweetamaliaoysters are deep-cupped beauties dripping with brine, but still delicate in flavor.
No mignonette or lemons for me. thanks.” Pete Wells, New York Times