Saturday evening at Cicerello’s


December 18, 2006 8:13 PM

On a warm and balmy summer evening, the Ooi family decided to head out for some of that Fremantle Doctor and have fish and chips by the sea at Cicerello’s.

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At Cicerello’s you can have all kinds of seafood dishes including raw oysters and chilli mussels but most people, tourists and locals alike go there for the fish and chips.

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Check out that great sunset. It was a really pleasant night out.

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Remember not to feel the seagulls …

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Or they will shit on you.

It was a shame that we didn’t bring Snoop out with us because we weren’t quite sure we could bring him – until we saw a few families brought their pets along. Next time then. Simple pleasures like this have to be shared to be truly enjoyable, even with the family pet. 🙂

[tags]fish-n-chips, Cicerello’s, Fremantle, Australia, summer[/tags]

18 thoughts on “Saturday evening at Cicerello’s

  1. tfp

    Mmmm, I love fish and chips but rarely eat at Cicerello’s when at Freo, because I find it so horrendously busy all the time.

    I love that sign (Please don’t feed the seagulls of they will S.O.Y.). Would make a cool t-shirt, I reckon.

    Does Snoop like eating fish and chips? I know, it’s naughty. When we eat f & c we always keep aside some fish (minus batter) for the cats. Pixel is especially fond of it. She’s learned to recognise the smell and sight of those paper packages.

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  2. mooiness Post author

    JJJ: yeah nothing is as salty or as vinegar-y in Japanese cuisine is there? Heheh.

    BM: if you get here, you can definitely count on me taking you there. 🙂

    dreymer: me too! the whole meal is so sinfully unhealthy. Woohoo!

    tfp: you are right – it is terribly busy most times. We went a little earlier and as you can see, it’s quite busy by then. Our alternative would have been Kailis.

    Yup a shirt with a variation of S.O.Y. would be cool. Heh.

    Snoop eats everything! He gets the occasional treat of human food. Too much of it ain’t good. Don’t want a fat dog, or worse – one with indigestion.

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  3. girlstar7

    ‘Don’t feed the seagulls or they will SOY’?? Does that actually stand for shit on you or not? If not, what does it stand for?
    And I was drooling looking at the pics, thinking I could really do with some fish n chips right now 🙂

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  4. mooiness Post author

    Lupin: it is indeed huge. We were quite stuffed.

    steph: yes very Aussie. You got the Fish Markets in Sydney though – that’s even bigger, but not as low-key.

    girlstar7: heh I asked that question many years ago, and ppl tell me that that is what it means.

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  6. tfp

    I asked Jac if she’d ever noticed the “seagulls will S.O.Y.” sign before and she hadn’t. But it took her two seconds to suggest that S.O.Y. stands for “shit on you”. 😛

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  7. Nadia

    Actually, I’m not so much a fan of the fish and chips as I am of the seafood chowder and the chilli mussels. Additionally, whenever my dad is down, we’re a little naughty and end up feeding the seagulls with our leftover bread.

    Like you said, simple pleasures have to be shared to be enjoyable. heh.

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  8. mooiness Post author

    JL: que? chish and fips? Heh.

    tfp: that sign is quite obvious around the place. You guys were probably too into the food to notice. 🙂

    Nadia: I hope you don’t get evil looks from the ppl around you. 😉

    michellesarah: true that. A lot of ppl have mentioned that but I dunno we just keep getting drawn back to it. It’s somehow more cosy?

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  9. ene

    I made the mistake of clicking onto your blog and seeing this entry during a very very boring 3-full-days Advanced Excel course.

    Then I had to stare at those pictures of Fish & Chips that brought back sooo many yummy memories for me.

    And then I got hungry and realised there is no such place in Singapore.

    Dang.

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