The shop is situated at the corner of Lyons Road and Gipps Street Drummoyne. Very modern and clean white fit-outs. We noticed the large signage and banners placed everywhere to advertise their award glories.
Abundance of fresh seafood at your fingertips. The menu boards covered the entire backwall. We were slightly lost in the vast of selections.
Everything here looked fresh and appetising!
Fresh battered seafood cocktails dunked into the deep-fryer, we listened to the sizzling bubbling frying sound, then on queue, a batch of glistening golden crunch seafood goodies were out smiling at us.
We decided to follow what the locals recommended. 'When in Rome, do as the Romans do.'
Switching from the normal potato fries, the sweet potato fries are obviously much 'better' for you. (In all honesty, I think it is just a misconception - anything deep fried will take away most of the nutrient value. But hey, if you believe that so you can consume guilt-free, go for it!)
It is a very large serving. You seriously can feed 3 people with this massive plate of sweet potato chips. Too bad, there are no seagulls nearby to feed the leftovers.
Lightly battered, crispy and crunchy.
Very morish with the lemon & herb chicken salt.
My friend liked it so much that she suggested to buy the McCain's Sweet Potato Chips from the supermarket afterwards.
We sat in a light airy corner and enjoyed our meal. It was quite quiet for Saturday lunchtime. The shop is not exactly doing a roaring business today.
There was a cafe gelateria set up adjacent to Ocean Foods and I think they own it as well. All new and fancy with exotic gelato flavours. Perhaps that is why the price is slightly dear compare to other fish & chips joints.
As to my verdict on their claim The Best Fish & Chips in the Universe! - sadly I don't concur.
They are good, average but not that fantastic in my palate opinion.
Off we go now - on our way to see the Rubber Duck!