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Rocksalt on Newcastle Marina

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by Janelle (subscribe)
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Published April 14th 2016
Update October 20th 2017
Closed since March 2017 Wickham Boatshed on site now.

See seafood and eat it too
Head to Rocksalt for fresh seafood in a waterfront setting. The restaurant is located on the marina adjacent to the Newcastle Cruising Yacht Club and you can sit outside under large umbrellas or in the airy open restaurant.

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Waterfront views

The menu has an emphasis on seafood but there are meat and vegetarian options available. The scallop entree is delicious as is the chopped prawn and preserved lemon bruschetta.

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Seafood entrees

Barramundi with pear, rocket and asparagus salad was the fish of the day. The crispy fried sole with chili, ginger and coriander was a taste sensation that was well complemented by a ginger chili mojito.

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Crispy Sole with Asian flavours

Fish, seafood, lunch, waterfront

Rocksalt is a nice place for a special lunch if you are a seafood lover, the service is friendly and the setting is great for people watching. The prices are on the expensive side making it more for special occasion dining and the markup on the drink prices is also very high.
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Why? You feel like a seafood lunch by the water
When: Lunch 11:30 am - 3:30 pm seven days also dinner 5:30 pm - 9:30 pm on Friday & Saturday.
Phone: 49611676
Where: 91 Hannell Street, Newcastle
Cost: On the expensive side, mains around $35.
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