Regional Producers Series: Franks Seafood

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Regional Producers Series: Franks Seafood

Frank’s Seafood


With a shared focus on sustainable practices, meet one of our newest suppliers Franks Seafood. Providing an extensive range of superior quality fresh and frozen seafood to elite restaurants and hotels throughout South-East Queensland, owner Frank Mazza has formed long, loyal relationships with only the most reputable suppliers in the industry.

“I am excited to be supplying to Sirromet and have our produce showcased at one of Queensland’s most recognised winery destinations” Said Frank Mazza

“Our seasonal menus are centred around the very best possible produce available and Frank’s seafood is second to none” Said Sirromet Executive Chef Mathew Fulford

Located at West End, Franks Seafood wholesale and direct shop front is unmissable with its beautiful mural by local artist Gus Elkington. Frank is in close contact with Mat and the team, personally delivering fresh seafood to the winery daily and calling Mat each week to let him know what he is has coming in.


“It is important to me to build close relationships with suppliers and that we all support each other. We all want to deliver amazing produce to our customers” Said Mat

Sirromet’s signature restaurant, Restaurant Lurleen’s is renowned for the very best, fresh wild-caught and sustainably farmed seafood, showcasing a wide variety from some of the most well-known regions throughout Australia. Some of which include saltwater Barramundi from the Daintree in Far North Queensland and Cone Bay in Western Australia, oysters from Coffin Bay in South Australia, Queensland prawns, Goldband snapper and John Dory from Northern and Southern Australia, as well as MSC Tuna.


With a particular focus on ensuring all produce has been farmed utilising sustainable practices, Franks Seafood is a proud supplier of MSC certified sustainable Tuna. MSC labelled tuna comes from a fishery that has been independently assessed to the MSC Fisheries Standard, ensuring fish stocks and habitats are healthy and fishing community livelihoods are secure.

“A visit to Restaurant Lurleen’s is more than just the food, it is a dining experience and it is important that our customers know where our produce is from and I try to emphasis that on each menu and through staff education” Said Mat


On the current menu at Restaurant Lurleen’s Mat showcases South Australian Pacific oysters, Hervey Bay scallops, local snapper and Fraser Isle spanner crab.



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