Photo Credit: Ocean Warrior Lobster
The Ocean Warrior Lobster is a commercial Southern Rock Lobster fishing boat, operating out of Port MacDonnell.
Normally, if you want the freshest of lobsters, you need to go to the fish market at the crack of dawn, or straight to the source down the southeast, but not this time.
The lobsters will be available at Siberia Bar & Restaurant this Sunday 24 January from about 8:30am onwards. Siberia itself will remain open until 9pm, so why not check out the food and beverage offering at the restaurant as well.
The lobsters are priced at $75 per kilo, with large and small available, but they do suggest that if you want a big one you get in early as they are sure to go quickly.
All the lobsters will already be cooked, and will keep fresh in the fridge until 26 January, so you can enjoy a seafood feast this public holiday.
If you’re not in Adelaide but need your lobster fix, Barossa residents, rejoice, because on Saturday January 23, the Ocean Warrior team will be set up at Foodland in Tanunda.
Be sure to monitor the Ocean Warrior Lobsters Facebook page for updates on where they’ll be, as they seem to pop up all over the place.
Siberia is located at 6 East Terrace, Adelaide SA 5000.
Tanunda Foodland is located at 119 Murray St, Tanunda SA 5352.
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