Oceans Food Truck, Kingston Park

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Oceans Food Truck is a high quality family run “food experience” right next to one of our favourite holiday spots at Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park, located smack bang on the foreshore of Seacliff beach AND right next door to a playground. This place is a hidden gem by every sense of the word. We would go so far as to say it’s metropolitan Adelaide’s best hidden beach access.

Known for their crispy freshly cooked seafood, this isn’t just your run of the mill fish and chip van. You’ll find crowd favourite traditional fish and chips, burgers and hot dogs and they also love a seasonal special or two on the menu so look out for things like crab and garlic prawn loaded fries, Sardines a l’orange on Toast or fancy fish tacos.

Open from 8.30am – 3pm and again from 5.30pm to 8pm during daylight savings, you can also pop down for breakfast. Start your morning with a Dad Burger, Granola, waffles or get a bit fancy with something like herbed mushrooms and brie on sourdough toast.

If you want our tip, go for breakfast, spend a few hours down at the beach and then head back up for lunch later.

For the kids there’s fish and chips in a cone, squid and chips in a cone, hot dogs, nuggets and VERY VERY good toasties. We have also been know to pop by for a Peter’s bribery ice cream. Because nothing goes together better than the beach and an ice cream.

There are a few tables on site, but our favourite is to throw in the picnic rug and hit the sand or the lawn area adjacent the playground. It’s also a brilliant place to watch the sun sink below the water at the end of the day with a spectacular St Vincent Gulf sunset.

You’ll find Oceans Food Truck at the front of Brighton Beachfront Holiday Park at Kingston Park (Seacliff). Head down the hill and turn left just before you get to the holiday park entrance.

DO NOT LEAVE WITHOUT TRYING THE SQUID!

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