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Fish Frenzy

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"Open Thursday to Sunday from 11:30am to around 8pm (opening hours have recently changed). Think fish and chips - but just a little bit posh. And there's nothing like a Tassie sparkling wine or crisp white to compliment Fish Frenzy's wide range of seafood choices and fried goodness! We're craving it right now! For a little taste of the favourite local seafood, we recommend the Fish Frenzy (or Little Frenzy for smaller appetites!). For a feast, check out the Pier Platter which at AU$145 is definitely an experience to be shared!"
"Franklin Wharf is lined with restaurants that serve fish and chips. Fish Frenzy's, on the Elizabeth Street Pier, are among the best. The award-winning restaurant has indoor and outdoor seating, a nautical theme, and fast service. Start with oysters, peel-your-own tiger prawns, or seafood chowder. Choose between flake, flathead, and blue-eye trevalla to go with your chips. Then add a local beer or a glass of white wine for a simply perfect lunch."

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