‘At Sea’, Ulladulla Harbour for fresh local Seafood
‘At Sea’ is a small retail outlet at Ulladulla Harbour that provides fresh local seafood for the many holiday makers here in the Mollymook Milton Ulladulla area.
Details for ‘At Sea’
‘At Sea’ details and opening hours are listed on their Facebook page, follow the link: At Sea
Address: Ulladulla Harbour. Phone: 0429 403 893
Details for ‘The Fish Shop’ at Burrill Lake
‘The Fish Shop’ details and opening hours are listed on their Facebook page, follow the link: The Fish Shop
Address: 107 Princes Hwy, Burrill Lake. Phone: (02) 4455 1906
Details for ‘Lucky’s Fish Shop’
‘Lucky’s Seafood’ details, Facebook Link: Lucky’s Seafood
Address: 2/39 Deering St, Ulladulla Phone: (02) 4455 6300
Fresh Prawns from ‘The Fish Shop’, Burrill Lake
Fresh Coila lake Prawns
Delivery of fresh Coila lake Prawns
Lake Prawns: Smaller but definitely nicer!
Zoran at Burrill Lake, your local fishmonger has FRESH local Coila Lake prawns available at ‘The Fish Shop’ lake Burrill. A little smaller than those sourced from the Sydney fish market or the imported prawns but they are more likely to taste better and certainly taste much fresher.
The balmy nights and warmer waters during summer is an amazing time for prawn fishing. But best advice when buying prawns is to look for the smaller ones as they are usually much sweeter. And as is the case with all seafood, the fresher the better! That’s why many locals buy the local Coilia Lake prawns from Zoran at Burrill Lake.
Contact details: Phone (02) 4455 1906 Address: 107 Princes Highway, Burrill Lake
Tonia – great service
The Fish Shop
Owner Zoran Praja a former fisherman knows his fish. Each morning he takes delivery of whole fish straight from the local trawlers, including his son Alex, who ply the south coast waters. He then cleans and fillets the fish at his shop. He sources fresh prawns direct from Coila Lake and oysters from the Clyde River.
Zoran once managed the Ulladulla Fishermen’s Co-op, so thank his connections for the flathead, bream, squid, albacore, ling and mahi mahi that grace the list, depending on the day’s catch from the local trawlers, tuna boats and beach-fishing folk.
Fresh local seafood only a few hours from the ocean to the customer is his offering.
Ph. (02) 4455 1906 Map & address: 107 Princes Highway, Burrill Lake
This Fish Shop was awarded the best ‘Fish and Chip’ Shop in 2012 and it has received many other accolades including recent impressive reviews on the likes of TripAdvisor, Facebook etc. Locals have actually claimed, that not only does it churn out “the best fish ‘n’ chips on the south coast, but some say in the whole of Australia.”
You can buy fresh seafood to take home and prepare yourself or alternatively ‘Takeaway – Fish & Chips‘. If the latter is your preference, then there are some good picnic spots within walking distance at Lion’s Park, which has swings for the kids, or up at the lake’s entrance.