The buzz about Seabuzz is totally justified

Great food, great presentation, great service – Seabuzz is yet more proof that you can have a gem of a restaurant that isn’t smack in the middle of the more usual foodie areas.



Seabuzz is between an old book shop and a weirdy new-age crystal shop on Glen Huntly Rd in Caulfield South, not renowned as a mecca for fine food, and behind the unassuming shopfront is a nicely fitted-out restaurant.



Great service from Dephne and Ye. We were there at 6pm, which is seriously early, and were the only patrons, although another couple turned up just before we left.

We had a voucher that got us four Tapas dishes and a couple of sides, which is more than enough for two normal people.

But that made life hard – how to pick just four from such a great menu? Pretty much everything looked awesome.

But, somehow, we managed.

There’s not much point commenting on all of them, because I’m just going to say the same thing: awesome presentation, brilliant flavour combinations, fantastic to eat, and you just want more more more of each dish.

crispy pork belly and apple chip with apple jam and cider reduction ($16)



jumbo oxtail spring roll w fennel and celery salad ($16)



Sides: butter rice with almond crisp (V) ($6) and sauté spinach with enoki mushroom (V) ($8)



duo of beef: braised, char grilled w crushed potato and chorizo salad ($18)




duck percik, creamy polenta, date and mandarin chutney, black cumin infused carrot jus ($16)



TLDR: Yes, just go there and eat. It’s awesome.

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