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4. Blue Fin Tuna

This is not your common canned tuna in your supermarkets but the quality sashimi grade tuna that cost you a bomb in Japanese restaurants. Most of the blue fin tuna are exported to Japan and the rest of the world because of its quality. That’s why blue fin tuna fishing is one of the most lucrative industries in Port Lincoln.

port lincoln blue fish tuna
(The blue fin tuna swimming in the sea)

The best way to enjoy blue fin tuna is by having it Pan seared or pan fried medium rare or fresh sashimi style with soy sauce and wasabi. One of my preferred places for sashimi tuna in Port Lincoln is the infamous Sarin’s Restaurant and Bar in the award winning Port Lincoln Hotel.

port lincoln sarins tuna

Sarin’s Restaurant and Bar Address and Contact:

Port Lincoln Hotel

1 Lincoln Highway

Port Lincoln SA 5606

Tel: +61 8621 2000

www.portlincolnhotel.com.au

9 thoughts on “Top Five Food in Port Lincoln

  1. Wow, this looks like a great eating expedition! The Boston bay mussels, coffin bay oysters and king George whiting are available at some restaurants in Kl, and they taste really good, but I bet they taste even better when fresh at the source!

  2. Hi Sean,

    Thanks for the info, I didn’t know some of the restaurants in Kuala Lumpur offer King George whiting. Yes, it is the best to have it fresh.

    Wilson

  3. I haven’t been in Port Lincoln yet but I would love to visit this wonderful place because its full of fresh sea foods. I want to taste them especially the oysters. Goshhhh!

  4. Amazing!
    Most number of millionaires, really?
    Port Lincoln seems like a really unique place!

    We’re sure to visit the port when we hit the road next month on our rental car.
    Thank You so much!

    Can you also advice us some places around the area where we will be allowed fishing?

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