A FISH CALLED COOGEE
Sydney, New South Wales

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At Coogee's unique seaside fish monger/restaurant you can choose your piece of fish and then have it grilled in front of you. A Fish Called Coogee charges customers by the weight of the produce chosen, which means you get the serving size you want at a reasonable price. Choose your sauce (Brazilian? Balinese?) and a side of chips, corn or salad and you're on your way to a great meal.
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General info

Address:

229 Coogee Bay Road
Coogee NSW 2034

Suburb:

Coogee

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Cuisine:

Seafood

Price Range:

$$$$ ~ $$$$

License:

Unlicensed

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PROFILE BY BEST RESTAURANTS

The original Fish Called restaurant, Coogee opened in the year 2000 as Trent Demos' brainchild. The concept of a fish-monger-restaurant came from his experiences as a chef in Sydney's seafood restaurants, as well as from the informal street vendors of Asia. The fit out is simple and beachy, with wooden tables and floors you wouldn't worry about tramping sand on. Behind the glass counter are about 8 different types of fish bought from the markets that morning. You can take them home fresh or marinated, but I suggest having them grilled or barbecued in front of you and eating in.

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MAX SEATING
50 pax

Features

All day dining
Cheap & Cheerful
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