Ditch the table manners along with the cutlery and get ready to rip in at the recently opened Kickin’Inn in Port Melbourne. Transforming the heritage-listed Rose Hotel on Bay Street, this new spiced seafood destination is bringing plenty of Southern Cajun down under.
Sitting down to dine is quite the experience with a range of different signature Kickin’Inn’s own ‘Kajun’ style spice mixes and flavours that accompany the fresh range of seafood. There’s plenty of ocean-based treasures to choose from with fresh lobsters, mussel pots, baby octopus, bay bugs, Alaskan King crabs, and whole fresh prawns.
Your selection is then cooked and mixed together in a bag of sauce and spices of your own choosing, including the signature 55 spice blend, garlic kajun, garlic butter, and the ‘Sha Bang’ a lethal combination of all the sauces conjured into one.
Taking over two levels of the bayside building this spiced seafood diner is designed to fit the whole crew. Put on a bib, glove up and get ready to get deliciously dirty.
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