Sometimes Perth's weather is absolutely PERFECT. The sun was shining, there was a cool sea breeze so my cousins and I headed to Fremantle harbour for our dose of oil, seafood and potatoe fried, in other words fish and chips, in particular, fish and chips at Kailis Brothers.
I've never had fish and chips at Kailis before, mainly because I usually go to Cicerellos. I have to say though their grilled bar selection is fantastic, especially for the grilled scallops!! ABSOLUTELY TO DIE FOR! The scallops were succulent, fresh and HUGE.
We also had the seafood basket HUGE. HUGE servings of beer battered fish, actual big fish fillet, with minimal batter (don't you just hate it when you get more batter than fish??), the way it should be. It was fresh, and crispy. Then there was also the scallops which were the same size as the grilled version but deep fried. As well as prawns. FRESH deep fried prawns. (yes I realise that is a bit of an oxymoran there!).
And to top if off, like all fish and chips places in Fremantle, Kailis brothers is located at Fremantle harbour waterfront, so we made the most of the sea breeze.
After stuffing our faces we tried to walk off some of our food by heading towards the Fremantle weekend markets and ended up getting a carton (dozen) of mangoes, yummy sweet, fresh mangoes. Before heading back home.
I think I need to visit Fremantle more often, especially to the markets, there were some interesting things that I found. Pity it takes so long to get there from my place.