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Mures Lower Deck

Mures Lower Deck is a local family style Bistro and Fishmongers, located in Hobart’s working fishing port at Victoria Dock. Established in 1987, it remains a favourite of locals and visitors alike.
Starting at sea, we look after our fish from the moment we catch it on the line, right to your plate. Our staff, who happen to be seafood experts, will help you out with whatever you’re after:
Open from 7 am for breakfast & Tasmanian roasted coffee. Serving Iconic fish & chips, Grills, Salads, Oysters, Platters, Soups & Pizza. The cafe also serves over 32 flavours of ice cream.
Fishmongers serving the freshest local seafood to take home or have cooked in the restaurant along with Tasmanian Pacific oysters.

Fish & Chips on the docks
Easting al fresco at Mures Lower Deck
Kid's favourites - Fish & Chips and Ice-cream
Cold Seafood Platter for 2
Diana, Mures' long-liner fishing boat
Breakast in the Lower Deck
Tasmanian Gummy Shark and Chips
Chilli Mussels
Mures Seafood and Gourmet Products



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