Where does your fish come from?

Ever since Matthew Evans broadcast his documentary on SBS "What's the Catch?" we've been getting more and more questions about where our seafood comes from and how it is caught. The full history on every line of seafood that we stock could well fill an old school Encyclopaedia Brittanica, but there are plenty of pertinent and interesting short stories we want to tell along the way.  To get the ball rolling, we've put together a little source map to show you where the bulk of our major lines come from. Oysters, prawns, lobsters & all your favourite fish are there. Check it out below, or browse it...

Take home your "Local Catch"

Since we opened for take-away in 2006, the seafood basket has been second only to the classic fish and chips in popularity, offering a 'cover-all-bases' mix of fish, chips, prawns, calamari and scallops ready to go!  When it comes to seafood at Richmond Oysters, we are proud to stand behind the products we sell. We carry some of the best quality Australian produce available, and we'd like to share more of that with all of you. So we've revamped our seafood basket, introducing our new "Local Catch": Choose from fresh local flake (gummy shark), snapper, flathead, barramundi or rockling Choose to have it...