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Orange Roughy / Deep Sea Perch

The Orange Roughy is a predatory species that lives on deep seamounts (undersea mountains) in most ocean basins around the world. This species, also known as the Atlantic Roughy, is one of the longest living marine fish species, with individuals living for more than 100 years. Orange Roughy is Wild Caught in Australian and is also Imported from ... Read moreOrange Roughy / Deep Sea Perch

Beef Works Burger

Where can you get the biggest, baddest, most scrumdiddlyumptious burgers on the Gold Coast? Mudgeeraba Seafoods on School Street! That’s Where!! That’s where you can check out the Biggest, Baddest, most Scrumdiddlyumptious burger of them all. THE MUDGEE WORKS BURGER! With 150grams of super prime Black Angus ground beef, sautéed onions, smokey cheddar, oozing egg, ... Read moreBeef Works Burger

Our Cooking Oil

Oils ain’t oil – the fact is that most Fish & Chip shops cook with beef based fats & oils. however Mudgeeraba Seafoods use only Cottonseed Oils – which are Gluten Free and Cholesterol free. COTTONSEED OIL is made in Australia from local and imported ingredients, The oil is a heavy- duty with a neutral ... Read moreOur Cooking Oil

Calamari Curls

Calamari Curls are unique to Mudgeeraba Seafoods. There is a lot of preparation to keep these delightful curly creations soft and exciting to the pallet. Our Calamari Curls are marinated over night in secrets, then lightly crumbed before being deep fried in Cottonseed Oil. Our customers report that they have never experienced Calamari like ours! ... Read moreCalamari Curls

Fish & Chips

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

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

Espresso Coffee

Coffee Connoisseurs delight as they sip our Premium Coffee that has been blended, roasted and packaged by passionate espresso experts locally to ensure maximum quality control and consistency. We are certain that you will enjoy our selection of coffee styles be they Black, Cappuccino, Latte, Flat White, Mocca, Flavoured or anything else you desire.

Bacon & Egg Roll

The English love a bacon sarnie (you know what I mean!) but here in Australia we like the added protein of an egg or two to start the day. The bacon and egg roll has a particular allure the morning after a big night out!    Ours includes a toasted bread roll with the ability to ... Read moreBacon & Egg Roll

Goldband Snapper

Goldband Snapper are deep water fish inhabiting tropical and sub-tropical waters. They are schooling fish and live in areas of hard, rocky and uneven sea floor and steep drop-offs. They prefer deeper waters and can be found in depths of 40-250m. They can grow to 90 cm and weigh in excess of 8 kg and ... Read moreGoldband Snapper

Flake

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

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

Barramundi – also known as PASSION FISH

A significant number of commonly used Australian English words have been borrowed from Aboriginal languages and dialects. Barramundi are usually found in tropical waters. Around the globe, they’re also known as Asian sea bass or giant perch. ‘Barramundi’ comes from the Gangulu language group in Central Queensland  and means ‘Large scale river fish’ and in ... Read moreBarramundi – also known as PASSION FISH

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