Is This Crazy Feast The Biggest Seafood Platter in Perth?

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It’s the biggest seafood platter in Perth, so you’ll need to book a table and bring your stretchy pants to down this monster.

Two whole lobsters done two different ways, 18 local oysters done three different ways, scallops, marinated chilli mussels, and house smoked salmon waffles; that’s just the start of the never-ending list of deliciously fresh seafood being served up on Perth’s biggest seafood platter.

Available exclusively to people who book a table at Kailis Freo (yes, they now accept bookings), the monster ‘Holy Ship’ seafood platter is the brainchild of chef Peter Manifis.


“The seafood platter is quintessentially West Australian, and we’ve gone to town on these bad boys! WA is going to eat it up, literally!” he says.

Kailis Seafood Platter Fremantle
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Bring your appetite, stretchy pants, and forgiving wallet because this enourmous feast comes in at $400.00 a pop and feeds anywhere between four to eight people.

So, how much seafood does the biggest seafood platter in Perth and $400.00 really get you?

Get ready to wrap your tastebuds around:

  • 1/2doz natural oysters
  • 1/2doz Kilpatrick Oysters
  • 1/2doz oyster special
  • Market crudos
  • Pickled & marinated seafood (240gm)
  • Peel & eat – king prawns (12)
  • Smoked salmon waffles (4)
  • Whole lobsters cooked two ways
  • Snapper kebabs (6)
  • Fried fish wings (4)
  • Fried cuttlefish
  • Scallop fritters (6)
  • Chilli mussels
  • House slaw & chips
  • Sourdough mini rolls
  • Dipping sauces

It’s the platter that just keeps on giving!

For those with a slightly smaller appetite, there’s always the slightly smaller $180.00 Harbour Delight with a selection of cooked, raw, marinated, pickled, and smoked seafoods; or the $170.00 Reel Raw platter with some raw, pickled, marinated, smoked, and cooked chilled seafoods.

To make a booking, visit the Kailis website or phone 9335 7755.

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