Trident fish bar’s Queenscliff is one of the longest established businesses on the Bellarine peninsula. With over 25 years of experience in the seafood game. A quick scan through the visitor’s books can vouch for their international popularity with customers from across the seas returning to feast at Trident year after year. “ Better than at home in the U.K .” writes one.

Three generations of family, providing recipes handed down from one generation to the next for the happy stomachs of its many customers. Trident is the innovator in seafood freshness, cleanliness and customer service! Serving the local community, with the freshest cooked and wholesale seafood. “Alex (my father) was the first to sell real cooked calamari rings in a fish shop, not processes. He started this over 15 years ago, now most seafood places (that are any good) have used the same methods. Its calamari, not squid, its battered (lightly) not crumbed, its tenderised, its so soft, so fresh, how do we do it, well…….? (Xenofonda, Owner/Operator @ Trident Queenscliff)

Trident continues to support local community groups, charities and sporting clubs through sponsorship and service. There is a wide range of fresh (All Australian) seafood on display, “the guys go to the market twice a week, and we have a few local professional fishing boats that bring us there catch also, so anything got to do with seafood we can supply it to you at the cheapest price on the peninsular, we fillet all our own fish here on the premises daily” (Ralph and Xenofonda, chefs/operators @ Queenscliff)

Trident continues there award winning practise to sister shop in Jetty Road, Queenscliff. Here you can see more members of this same family offering the same service and quality food. Recently Trident was evaluated and qualified by ”Seafood Services Australia” Trident is one of few of businesses in the state (Victoria) that has been accredited. Look for the logo – Approved Fish Names, This business is licensed by Seafood Services Australia Limited for compliance with Australian Fish Names Standard AS SSA 5300 and country of origin labeling laws for seafood.

Best practice is defined as “ a method or technique that has consistently shown results superior to those achieved with other means, and that is used as a bench mark.” ( Trident, where other businesses come to eat and observe best practise! TRIDENT, innovative, spotless, fresher, better!