These outstanding outlets have a superb selection available - prawns, oysters, lobsters, sandcrabs, mudcrabs, Moreton Bay bugs, squids, scallops, mussels, and whole or filleted fish – everything for a feast befitting a king or queen.
If I feel like driving, I go to Samie's Girl. If I want to go locally, I like Ocean's Catch on Montague Road at West End, which opened up about 6 months ago. They don't keep a huge variety of fresh fish, but what they have is generally good and the prices are ok. They also do fish and chips, nice salads, etc and have a large seating area. Their marinated octopus is great. :)
Brisbane CBD Market - Princess Charlotte Seafood has really fresh seafood. The owner was a fish man for a long time so he know where to get really good quality fish and seafoods. You can also order from their website and collect in various market in Brisbane.http://www.pcseafoods.com.au/
Morgans Seafood in Redcliffe is amazing their range of Australian species is fabulous and their new shop looks great. We brought some fresh local snapper, freshly opened oysters the mad shuckedthem whilst we waited and had some fresh take away cooked and ate it on the waterfront ovrlooking the water and trawlers. its a must vist for seafood lovers!
I bought the best whole fish the other
Day it was so fresh and the service was
Awesome . So I went back and they
We're cooking I tried that to omg fantastic.
And they have great prices to I wasshocked.
It is FRESH N BEST SEAFOOD at Waterford
West so happy I will not buy my fresh or cooked
Seafood anywhere else. Fresh n best really
Is the best
For those out the west side of Brisbane - Aussie Seafood Shop at Durack; Kim Seafood at Darra or Van Loc at Darra - super cheap and always fresh, I don't even bother driving out to Durack now that I have the two places at Darra close by.
The Fish Kitchen on Annerley Road at Dutton Park has a very small but good fresh seafood outlet behind the fish and chip shop (downstairs). It's so small that you can easily miss it, but the seafood is fresh and good, and the prices are reasonable. They supply many Brisbane restaurants, but aren't well-known. They will shuck oysters for you while you wait.
Is there really one? We only have limited access in Brisbane. Where are the clams in the shell and pippies and more. Will this city ever catch up with the rest of the world. I know that our country is going through a tough time. We need to buy the freshest produce that we can get and preferably not through the supermarkets but the little guy. There are plenty around, just get off you couch and look, or are you too lazy to support the real people of Australia, especially the fishermen and farmers..