Fresh Shop – Shucked Half Dozen Sydney Rock Oysters $7 or Shucked Dozen $12.50
Cooking Demonstration Saturday 10:30am – Oysters Kilpatrick & Oysters Natural
Special starting Friday 2nd March until we run out!
Dont know much about Australia’s Oyster Coast Oysters?
The primary species of oyster grown in Australia’s Oyster Coast is the Sydney Rock Oyster, sought by high-end restaurants around the world for its sweet taste and creamy texture.
Sydney Rock Oysters are native only to the east coast of Australia and are grown in rivers, lakes, and bays. The oysters are incredibly varied in their shape, colour, texture and flavour depending on which river and area they are farmed. The Rock Oyster takes at least three years to grow ready for harvest.
With a rich and slightly salty flavour, Sydney Rock Oysters leave a lingering mellow aftertaste.
If you want to find out more about Australia’s Oyster Coast please jump on their website here
A good array of locally caught wet fish and a superb take away with outside covered seating. Was recommended to us as the best fish and chips in town and we would agree.
Stopped by the Fishermen’s Co-op just before the lunchtime crowd and the snapper was excellent. The crumbing was light and the oil fresh. In fact all the fish there looked great. The calamari was fresh and actually squid rings not mashed together to look like a ring. It got very busy quickly after I arrived and seating outside on the covered deck is limited so get in early or takeaway to the beach close by.
Heaps of choice of fresh fish to cook at home. We got the $35 family basket – nice variety, plenty to eat, fast service, great taste. A good way to end a day out in the town before heading home again.
We came to buy a selection of fish and seafood for a BBQ later that day. The choice was first class, and the service good. The fish was very fresh, and we enjoyed the snapper cutlets, the marlin steak and the prawns. Delicious!