Chiko Roll

By 1965, most Australian takeaway restaurants, especially milk bars and fish and chip shops carried Chiko Rolls, with the marketing slogan “Grab a Chiko” signifying the ease with which shop owners could take a Chiko Roll from the freezer and put it into a fryer, usually adding a sauce and sliding it into its own trademarked paper bag.

Fish & Chips

battered fish and chips with lemon - fish and chips Gold Coast

We’ve introduced thousands of people to the unique taste of our New Zealand Hoki fish and chips which can be served battered, crumbed or grilled with herb and garlic butter or cooked to suit your dietary requirements. But what makes our “battered” fish and chips so good? And what can be said about the luxuriousness … Read moreFish & Chips

Critter Burger

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Well! A Critter Burger could be anything really! It could be a Star Fish or Sea Anomie , or perhaps a Fortescue (no no nope!) A rabbit, Possum, Drop Bear or just about anything the mind could dream up………but mostly we use our delicious Calamari Curls which are prepared with love, marinated in secrets, lightly … Read moreCritter Burger

Flake

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Flake is a term used in Australia to indicate the flesh of any of several species of small shark, particularly the gummy shark. The term probably arose in the late 1920s when the large-scale commercial shark fishery off the coast of Victoria was established. The name flake is commonly used as a name for any type of shark … Read moreFlake

Basa

seafood menu basa - fish and chips gold coast

With the name Basa, one might think it’s related to bass; and like bass, it is a freshwater fish, but it’s not related to that species. It is a type of catfish and its Latin name is Pangasius Bocourti. Basa, also known as Dory, Swai and a few other names, is native to Southeast Asia. … Read moreBasa