Cuisine: Seafood

This seafood restaurant may be land-locked but it serves pretty good freshly caught seafood dishes and has done for some years now. You could do worse than kick off with oysters any which way $28.50–$20.50 — make ours naked and squirming. Seafood platters for two are huge and actually serve way more than two with piles of calamari, whitebait, chilli octopus, prawns, oysters, scallops and chips, $75 for the hot, $95 for the cold; throw on crab and lobster for $25 more. Check out the catch of the day which will, as you might have guessed, vary daily. And don’t forget the drag cabaret the first Wednesday of every month — how could you?

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