Wally’s on the Wharf
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Wally’s on the Wharf information
Wally knows a thing or two about fish and chips: hoki, snapper, flounder, John Dory and tarakihi – done in the deep fryer, on the grill or in terrific fish burgers. Whitebait fritters in season, and chips that score well on the crispometer. The reconstituted squid rings are a tad disappointing (but the seagulls don't seem to mind).