Here are some of Brickmakers Arms seafood menu in melbourne that will satisfy your taste:
|(Beer Battered Fish and Chips - Salad, chunky chips, tartare sauce and lemon)|
Along with black trevally, blue grenadier or King George whiting cooked to your liking (with or without hand cut chips), menu options could include salt and pepper calamari, baked salmon with chilli sauce, or for the less seafood inclined, tasty burgers, souvlaki and dim sims. Seafood grill is your first option, which is half crayfish mornay, prawn and fish skewers, half shell scallops, salt and pepper calamari, salad and chips
Then there’s Anchorage Restaurant whose menu highlights a selection of fresh seafood, showcased in dishes like the seafood platter for one and sumptuous mains such as squid ink risotto with buttered poached prawns, scallop and diamond clams with basil and chilli. Those looking to deviate will find solace in alternatives like the Gippsland free range Black Angus eye fillet steak.
Reeling you in for a seafood feast in Melbourne’s southern suburbs is Tommy Ruff Fish Bar, a recent addition to the Mordialloc dining scene. Like its founding father in Elsternwick, this breezy casual eatery draws the crowds in with its funky seaside boathouse fit out (think octopus murals and fishing rod lighting) and menu of fresh seafood sensations. Take your pick from options like the marinated scallop skewer served with either chips and salad or rice and salad, or perhaps opt for the tacklebox for two, featuring house fish, king prawns, calamari rings, potato cakes and chips.