Flathead Fish Cafe
Feeling ‘fishy’ that day. We scoured on multiple sites and stumbled upon Flathead Fish Cafe, so we drove over to try out. Service was quick and before we know it, food was already on the table. Both our entree and main course came at the same time. Good, that way we get to eat both at the same time. Mmmhmmm lets eat.
Creamy Potato & Leek Soup, 10AUD
We started out a soup bowl with warm house bread on the side. The Creamy Potato and Leek Soup’s starchy texture made it memorable. There’s also plenty of smoked salmon within and we both enjoyed every single scoop. Perfect for a cold winter night.
The Lot, 29AUD
For the main course, we both had The Lot plate consisting of a
battered blue eye, a Thai fish cake, prawn cigars, cajun crumbed squid, chips, house salad and tartare on a saucer. Everything on the plate was delicious, other than the fact that we both thought the price was a little steep for the amount of food on the plate. Fries don’t always do the trick. Many restaurants put more of it to increase the size portion, but no, I rather have more fish than chips. If there’s one thing they could put differently on a plate, that would be it. All in all, we both still had an enjoyable meal at Flathead Fish Cafe.
Not the best decision but, right after we finished our meal we went back to Salamanca to hunt for Tasmania’s pie pride, the curried scallop pie. Boy, that was good.
+(61) 03 6224 3194
to Sat: 8am-10.30pm