Mietta's ReviewRelaxed, affordable, and BYO with no corkage, claypots are on the menu and the speciality of the house is seafood. Almost always a queue of people waiting for a table, get there early, put your name down, and have a drink at one of the nearby bars, and wait for the call to tell you your in! The claypots might take some time to cook, so order some tapas while you wait. Claypots, the restaurant, brims full with seafood delights, and happy customers.
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The Foodies' Guide 2004,Allan Campion & Michelle Curtis,'A bustling spot where the seafood is as fresh as the chef's ideas.Adam Dalton turns out his famous claypots with a huge diversity of flavours.The Morroccan,Cajun or Chinese influences might take your fancy,but the daily specials are the real stars of the show.'
AGFG 2004,score 13/20, two courses for $25 or less
Age, Epicure, 6/4/04,Matt Preston
Age, A2, 17/1/04, John Weldon
Herald Sun, citystyle, 3/2/04, Stephen Downes, Score 12/20,'Claypots is a hugely popular one off downbeat place.The tapas are terrific, and the choice of fish unique in Melbourne.Judging from our claypot, I'd stick to the straight seafood. No bookings, no cards accepted and Claypots is strictly BYO.Be warned, be early.'
Age Good Food Guide 2003. Score 13/20
Sunday Age, 01.03.99
Age, Sunday Life, 24/8/03, Dani Valent
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