Lo­cal food and drink:

A look at some of Tassie’s best fish and chips.

Sunday Tasmanian - Tassie Living - - TASSIE LIVING -

Man­ing Reef Cafe REEF GRAND FISH AND CHIPS MEAL

The per­fect meal for peo­ple who can’t de­cide what to have, the Fish and Chips Meal has a bit of ev­ery­thing. It comes with trevalla cooked in house tem­pura bat­ter, lo­cal scal­lops, prawns, squid rings, house-made potato cake and sweet potato cake, and a serv­ing of chips. 479 Sandy Bay Rd, Sandy Bay

Fish Frenzy BLUE EYE TREVALLA AND CHIPS

Fish Frenzy fish ‘n’ chips is a win­ning com­bi­na­tion of fresh food cooked to order by a team of qual­i­fied chefs. The lo­cally caught blue-eye trevalla has a pure white, solid flesh, and it is a very pop­u­lar seller, avail­able in beer or tem­pura bat­ter, bread­crumbs or grilled. El­iz­a­beth Street Pier, Sul­li­vans Cove, Ho­bart

Board­walk Fish ’n’ Chips BOARD­WALK BAS­KET

An­other meal with a great va­ri­ety of de­li­cious seafood, vis­i­tors can­not get enough of the Board­walk Bas­ket. It comes with a choice of two pieces of flake, flat­head, or blue-eye trevalla, three cala­mari rings, three prawns, two scal­lops, and gluten-free, non-oily chips. Bel­lerive Board­walk, Bel­lerive

Du­nal­ley Fish Mar­ket SEAFOOD BAS­KET

The con­tents of the Seafood Bas­ket de­pends largely on what is lo­cally avail­able, which means vis­i­tors can be sure that it is as fresh as pos­si­ble. The Du­nal­ley Fish Mar­ket of­fers good old-fash­ioned ser­vice, while the Seafood Bas­ket comes with two dif­fer­ent types of fish as well as cala­mari and chips. 11 Ful­ham Rd, Du­nal­ley

Fish 349 BLUE-EYE TREVALLA & CHIPS

Fish 349 has a claim to hav­ing some of the best chips in town, and when they are paired with the fresh blue-eye trevalla, it makes for a su­perb dish. The blue-eye comes crumbed, grilled, in tem­pura bat­ter, or spicy dukkah. Vis­i­tors have the op­tion to eat in the ca­sual din­ing restau­rant or take away their meal. 349 El­iz­a­beth St, North Ho­bart

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