Fisherman’s Wharf in Woy Woy is located on a little Jetty over the Brisbane Waters and it is an institution of the Central Coast.
The takeaway fish and chip shop is also home to a seafood market and restaurant. Food is cooked to order using fresh fish and seafood from their market.
We visit the takeaway outlet and order from the blackboard menu but you can also choose something from the market have it cooked up for you.
The menu has the much loved fish and chips; we opt for the fried snapper, served with crispy chips and a wedge of lemon, as well as a grilled version – dory, with salad. The fish served was quite generous in its portions.
Other items on the menu include calamari, seafood sticks, bbq prawns, barramundi spring rolls, pineapple fritters and fisherman’s basket. They do also have a cold box with prawns and oysters.
We found the food to be reasonably priced and tasty. Don’t think it’s your old school fish and chip shop though, since you won’t find a potato scallop here.
The system works well, order at the counter and receive a ticket, you then head outside and wait according to social distancing measures. There is also a massive queue, so expect to wait about 30 minutes.
They also accept phone orders for you to order ahead and pick up your food, or they even deliver in a 10 minute delivery area.
Beside the kiosk is a fresh seafood market if you want to buy seafood to take home.
Grab your food, find a patch of grass or ben h stool and enjoy your food before the seagulls or pelicans do.
The Boulevarde, Woy Woy
Sunday – Thursday 11am-4pm
Friday – Saturday 11am-7pm