We are in our third year at love.fish and in keeping with our philosophy of advocating business sustainability, we will be joining millions of individuals & businesses around the globe in supporting Earth Hour this Saturday 23rd March @ 8.30pm.
Earth Hour is a unique opportunity for all of us to show what one simple idea can achieve, and what one person’s actions can inspire. It is much, much more than a symbolic action of switching off lights for an hour; it’s a continuous movement driving real actions, big and small, that are changing the world we live in.
Candles are ready – see you Saturday!
It is wonderful to get recognised again – especially when it’s for doing something you love!
SMH Good Food Guide 2013 review & placed in the Top Ten sustainable restaurants
'To say that this elegant little seafood bistro is a fish bar – with it’s marbled fish-scale kitchen exterior, Thonet chairs & plentiful sidewalk seating – is a bit like saying Banksy is a doodler. Sustainability underlies everything: fish are wild and line-caught or hail from sustainable land-based fisheries, and are never frozen (prawns excepted). The Ethos extends to operations.
Happy Spring Everyone!
Starting today we are supporting the UNICEF Bread for Good project
The Bread for Good project is a nationwide campaign that invites patrons to donate $2 when they pay for their meal.
All funds raised will support UNICEF’s efforts to help the four million children in the Sahel region of West Africa that are at risk of malnutrition. If you would like to support this project please ask the wait staff to add your donation to the bill.
For every $2 donated, UNICEF can provide enough therapeutic food to keep a child alive for a day.
If you are unable to make it to love.fish in September & would still like to make a donation please follow this link to the love.fish donation page.
After such a wonderful response last year & In keeping with the love.fish philosophy of advocating business sustainability, we will be joining millions of individuals & businesses around the globe in supporting Earth Hour this Saturday 31st March @ 8.30pm.
Earth Hour is a unique opportunity for all of us to become more sustainable and do something positive for the environment. How exciting to be sharing this hour with millions of people taking steps towards a cleaner, greener future.
Candles are ready – see you Saturday!
We are very excited @ love.fish to be included in this years SMH Good Food Guide – not only are we a new entry in our opening year but love.fish has also made the Top Ten Green Restaurants list. Very proud indeed!
SMH Good Food Guide 2012 Review
'Welcome to the fish and chip shop of the future. The first thing you see when you walk into this smartly presented Rozelle newcomer is a blackboard list of 'Fish We Love’, including Ulladulla flathead, Hiramasa kingfish and Palmers Island mulloway-all from sustainable or environmentally responsible fisheries. Impressively, menus are recycled, waste is converted into fertilisers, and cooking oil is refined into biodiesel. Of course all this good intention is pointless if the food doesn’t taste any good. An entree of cute salmon poori is very good indeed, the jewel-like salmon wrapped in flatbread, spiced with za’atar and deep-fried, and a delicate kingfish carpaccio is nicely gussied up with pink grapefruit and edible flowers. Main courses are single-minded: grilled mulloway is a single fillet and a piece of lemon, while fried flathead is just two battered fingers, although sea-sweet and full of flavour.’
We are delighted to be taking part in the Crave Sydney International Food Festival this October. On the 3rd & 11th we welcome you to join love.fish and Andrew Boyd from Martin’s Seafoods for a five course tasting menu celebrating lesser known and more plentiful species. Your dining experience will be complemented with biodynamic wine and the opportunity to discuss how we determine the sustainability of fish and the importance of a holistic approach to being green.
Please see the Crave website for more details. Book online or contact us direct. Hope you can join us!
It is always lovely to get noticed – especially when it’s for doing something you love!
It has already been 7 months since love.fish opened, realising our passion for business sustainability & all things Fish. The wonderful feedback & support, particularly from our local community, has proved to us that people DO care about enjoying their seafood in the most environmentally responsible way possible. You continue to inspire us!
Good Living review
Sunday Life magazine
The Daily Telegraph
In keeping with the love.fish philosophy of advocating business sustainability we will be joining millions of individuals & businesses around the globe in supporting Earth Hour on Saturday 26th March @ 8.30pm.
For safety reasons we are unable to turn off the kitchen lights but all remaining lights will be switched off for one hour – our patrons enjoying a wonderful candlelit dinner.
Why get involved? Earth Hour has done a lot to raise awareness of sustainability issues. But there’s more to it than switching off lights for one hour once a year. It’s all about giving people a voice and working together to create a better future for our planet.
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Introducing Palmers Island Mulloway
Mulloway, also known as Jewfish, is a much sought after fish recognised as one of the finest tasting fish in Australia. It has a firm, white flesh, is low in fat and high in Omega 3s.
As the global demand for fresh seafood increases, so does the pressure on the world’s wild stocks. Aquaculture is one way to guarantee the survival of many threatened species, on which the world’s delicate ecosystem depends.
Palmers Island Mulloway, situated at the Clarence River in Northern New South Wales, is a pioneer in aquaculture committed to providing a high quality product that is environmentally responsible and ecologically sustainable. With increasing consumer awareness of environmental issues…
We are delighted to have opened our doors after many months of research, planning and creating. It has certainly been an enlightening journey to realise our vision for love.fish. Our concept seemed simple – provide great seafood in the most sustainable way possible – but at times this has proved to be a harder task than anticipated!
Thankfully, we are now living in a time of consumer awareness and forward thinking companies realise that producing environmentally sensitive products or reducing their impact on the environment is the way forward. There are so many wonderful products and services out there that give back to our planet – you just have to find them!
The love.fish goal is to showcase…