At Three Girls Fishing, not only is everything made in-house from scratch, but all the seafood is crumbed and battered to order. This isn’t your fancy, new-school fish and chipper, though.

It has a straight-forward offering of fish (battered, crumbed or grilled), oysters (served natural with sauce for dipping), crumbed calamari and burgers (including Southern-style buttermilk fried chicken burg and OG beef numbers). Plus, a handful of sides such as a seasonal slaw, soba noodle salad, potato scallops and crisp golden chips.

The simple, no-frills space has a cabinet filled with fresh fish and salads, a few tables outside and that’s it. Instead, the focus is squarely on the food. Three Girls Fishing sources its fish from Australian and New Zealand waters – there’s barramundi, gold-band snapper, cod, and a fish of the day.

For drinks, you can BYO booze or choose from a range of soft drinks, milkshakes and thickshakes. There’s also a soft-serve machine that churns out house-made vanilla bean ice-cream, which is best enjoyed with a lick of homemade malted-chocolate sauce.

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Updated: March 17th, 2023

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