Lobster Shack Tasmania

The ultimate Tasmanian seafood experience – Premium waterfront seafood cafe, showcasing Tasmanian seafood, in particular, Southern Rock Lobster.
Owners Sara and Marcus have seafood in their blood. Marcus launches his boat metres from their business that sits perched above the orange lichen-covered rocks of Bicheno’s fishing boat harbour bringing home fresh seafood to be processed in their export facility while Sara runs “The Lobster Shack “.
The vibe is casual and they keep the food simple at “The Shack”; lemon garlic butter lets the sweet meat of the lobster shine through, crispy-skinned char-grilled salmon tops a dressed leafy salad, fresh oysters with lemon and of course really good fish and chips with the best house-made tartare.
Knockout views over the pristine waters of the boat harbour from the wrap-around deck and there’s also a fisherman’s lookout on the floor above with photos from the early days of the commercial fishing industry around Tasmania.
You can purchase a range of fresh seafood from the display cabinet including cooked whole lobster and if you want a live lobster there’s plenty in the tanks out the back!
Open 7 days for lunch and dinner……eat in or take away

Contact Details

40 Esplanade
Bicheno, 7215

6375 1588
admin@trigonia.com.au
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