Spilling onto an upstairs terrace above the main Cowes beach, Harry's is a Phillip Island dining institution. Its menu, which changes regularly, draws heavily on seafood bought fresh from local trawlers, along with locally-raised beef and lamb. Don't pass up the crayfish if it's on the menu. The wine list has an Australian emphasis and includes local wines. The bread is made on the premises, as are the pastries and ice cream. Harry's now offers breakfast on Saturdays and Sundays starting at 10.