Friday, May 24, 2013

Q Seafood Providore

4 Wharf Street
Vic 3225

Neither of us had spent much time in Queenscliff recently and we headed toward the ferry terminal looking for somewhere to get late lunch on a sunny autumn Sunday. The row of shops by the marina are north facing and plenty of patrons were able to take advantage of the weather. We ended up at Q Seafood Providore which had plenty of seats outside and a few more inside. We perused the menu looking for something fairly light, there was also fish to choose from on display inside.

I had the fish burger, on this occasion featuring swordfish in a toasted seeded bun, with cos lettuce and tomato. It was a little smaller than I expected but was still enjoyable, and the beetroot relish on the side was great.

The sardines were lightly grilled and served with herbs, tomatoes and red onion and tasted good.

The sough dough with red onion and tomato could almost be combined to form a basic bruschetta and made a good combination with the more intense sardines.

My long black was a rich and enjoyable conclusion to the meal, the view over the boats to the bay made it even better. We made it up the tower afterwards for some great views in all directions...

The bill came to about $49 including the coffee and a juice. The service was fine, and maybe a little overwhelmed by the number of diners. I'd happily return if we find ourselves in the area again.

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