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Seafood Outbreak : Alexanders Williamstown

Williamstown is a suburb of Melbourne located in the West.  The popularity of Williamstown is boasted by its close proximity to the beautiful bayside scenery with Melbourne city skyline and is popular with tourists.  Alexanders is located on the popular strip of Nelson Place overlooking this beautiful scenery.  I was very impressed with Alexanders and the fine looking decor in the Heritage listed building, which, by the way was formerly The Bank of Australasia.


We came with a group social voucher – that entitled us to a shared Seafood Platter.  The platter consist of a two tier variety of fresh seafood like mussels, tiger prawns, scallops, oyster, calamari, barramundi and baby octopus.  It was accompanied by rice and fresh garden salad.  The mussels and tiger prawns were bathe in buttery sauce which gave such rich tasting flavour.  Scallops were gently seared perfectly and the calamari was seasoned well.   The barramundi was so fresh and fried nicely.

Seafood platterSeafood platter (for two) $115

Seafood platter

After the wonderful meal, we took a walk along the bay.  The view was splendid …

Bayside view



Verdict : Alexanders Williamstown offers fine casual dining with good view, great service and fresh seafood.  An awesome combination that will bring me back to try the rest on the menu with no regrets.

Burp! Checklist
To die for : Seafood Platter
Price : $$$
Yummy Factor : +3.5
Noise Level : Low

[Alexanders Williamstown]
189 Nelson Place, Williamstown, Victoria
P: 03 9397 5621
Mon-Thus: Lunch & Dinner
Fri-Sat: Lunch, Dinner & Late
Sun: Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner

You may also like : Hooks @ The Yarra

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