Reviews on Seafood food in Carnegie, Glen Eira, Victoria. Andrew Carnegie was a Scottish-American industrialist, business magnate, and philanthropist.
Carnegie led the expansion of the American steel industry in the late 19th century and is often identified as one of the richest people.
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4 based on 53 reviews
Via Fratelli - Established in 2011 is two Italian brothers life long dream of opening up a restaurant to bring homemade Italian food from Nonna's kitchen to the people of Malvern East and beyond. Michael & John have been in the hospitality industry for ov
It might look like your regular average pizza/pasta restaurant, but Via Fratelli is above that. The food is always really, really good and the service is pretty much always spot on. It's a very casual restaurant, and certainly not fine dining, but if you're wanting that good, comforting and homely meal, that's what you'll get here.While I usually have their gnocci (which is always soft and beautiful) and have tried a chicken pizza once (and thoroughly enjoyed it), the last time I went, I ordered their special which was a homemade roasted pumpkin, sage and ricotta ravioli, with a delicious sage butter and cream sauce. It was delectable and yum.The bottom line is that with everything they have on their menu and the great service and reasonable prices, if you're after a reliable good, casual Italian meal, then this is the place. Lot's of parking on the street and a lot of space inside for a meal for two or a big party of even up to 20 or so.
4 based on 14 reviews
Located at the busy street of Carnegie, @ The Catch Carnegie distinguishes itself from the local Asian foods.A straightforward fish and chips shop located almost at the end of the busy restaurants strips in Koornang Road,Â the shop offers a dine in fish, chips and burgers experience unlike the most fish and chips restaurant -Â and they delivers too (UberEats and Deliveroo)!They have spacious seating on the back with backyard style indoor and in front of the stores too.The design of At The Catch is inspired by their Greek heritage with caricature artwork drawn on the walls with a splatter of artsy, Greek and fun too.As you enter you will see the glass display of their fresh seafoods - all hand prepared daily and all the sauces too!The owner Kostas and Nick involve in the preparation of all the ingredients from scratch. Kostas said that would be the point of difference from all the other fishand chips shops. All seafoods are purchased fresh even they made their own potato cakes.We were eager to try their Prawn Saganaki. Although it was not on the menu but Kostas made it for us to try.The taste is just so heavenly. Succulent prawn cooked to perfection balanced with the potato sauce and bites and feta cheese.Truly simple dishes done right. We ate it with toasted burger buns! It was so smart, I couldn't tell initially that it was burger bun until I flipped it.Weâre so gonna come back for the saganaki :)We got to try their Fish Taco as well - served 3 pieces per serving.Toasted soft taco shell with three pieces of perfectly fried dory fillets with tomato salsa and lettuce then drizzled with mayo sauce.The combination is just so dynamic and worked so well together.Eating this right after got fried was simply perfect. Perfect dine in menu.Finally, we just have to try their burgers too. We were a bit sceptical since we were trying beef burgers in fish and chips shop but hey it also tastes great!The Cowboy Burger were served with homemade 140gr beef pattie, bacon, caramelised onions, lettuce, pickles, American Cheddar Cheese and BBQ Sauce.The patty has a somewhat smoother texture than the typical beef pattie and just melts in your mouth together with the cheese.Although it was not our favorite, but this one definitely enjoyable.Next time you are in Carnegie, stop by at Kostas and Nickâs shop to try their fresh and homey foods whether to dine in or take away.Youâll definitely experience their genuine love for foods and warm hospitality first hand.Note: We were invited to dine at At The Catch, by Jenny of @melbourniancritic. Thank you to Jenny, Kostas, Nick and their friendly team at At The Catchfor their genuine hospitality throughout our experience.Disclaimer: Honest opinions expressed here are purely on our own and are based on our experience at that timeTaste: 4.5Service: 5.0Speed: 5.0Yay: Fish Taco, Prawn Saganaki, The Cowboy BurgerNay: N/A
4 based on 103 reviews
The restaurant its self is very large with comfortable seating arrangements. The service was good without being great. They do refer to having two seatings while we were attempting to book but the restaurant was only 1/3 full We ordered the seafood platter for 2 and we were not disappointed. Everything was cooked perfectly and tasted exceptional. We were able to change the oysters from fresh to mornay. The experience was peasant and i will definitely return
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