Que Sera Restaurant enjoys serving fresh ingredients from local growers, and provides the very best in delicacies from the Atlantic ocean. Bringing a gulf coast flair to the mountains, the atmosphere promotes a feeling of family and community while providing the very best in local service and attention.
Charming mainstay with a polished wood interior specializing in seafood & Southern classics.
QUE SERA RESTAURANT · AND · TAYLOE’S OYSTER BAR · Roll Tide!
Great place for oysters and all seafood, nice atmosphere in the coolest town of Black Mountain. Will definitely be going back, super food, cocktails and desserts. Service was spot on and personable. Very highly recommended.
Quaint place in Black Mountain. Dinner was soo good. Our server, Katie, was outstanding. It was busy but food and service were on point!
Robert Oren Eades
Pleasant space, excellent service, friendly staff, good food.
Danie de Beer
We were a group of 10 people who met for dinner at Que Sera. Reception was flawless, and the table set with necessary tableware.
3.75 / 5
For the price, you would expect somewhat fresh food. The shrimp were very obviously frozen, then cooked again turning them to freezer burnt rubber. The crawfish etoufe was goopy, like it had been cooked a few days ago. The rice was crunchy like it had been in the warmer for days. Overall, every bit of food tasted reheated, possibly microwaved or at least frozen from a bag.
Good menu in a small old school building with great seafood options and local food. We came in for dinner service and had friendly service. Desert was delicious and we were happy to get a table on a busy night. Worth stopping by and having a few courses to see what you like. ***updated June 2021 *** we dined in tonight getting the special Maine Scallops and the trout which were delicious. Also dabbled in some of the fresh oysters. The menu is still great but the price for what we had does seem higher than other fresh seafood places locally. All in all if you want the basics it can be done but if you get the entrees and or specials it’s gonna be quite expensive.
Good service snd good selection of food. Great wine list as well. I ordered fish and didn’t care so much for it since I found bones, but I guess that happens with fresh fish. The appetizer brie was really good too. Desert amazing as well.
Jackie Vale (Jack Jack)
Loved the food. Cannot say enough great things about it. The main dining room is very loud and the acoustics are awful. The bar is the best place to be when dining.
The restaurant itself is charming in beautiful downtown Black Mountain but I was disappointed in my oysters on the half shell. The ice on the oyster plate had completely melted and the oysters were not cold. The ice keeps the oyster shells level. Most of oyster liquor or juice had spilled into the melted ice so oysters were not juicy and some seemed dry. I’ll give Que Sera another try but I prefer my oysters be freshly shucked and served cold on a sturdy bed of ice so you can enjoy the oyster juice. We were there shortly after they opened on Tuesday and ordered two dozen to start.