Elephant Rock Street Foods:
Sensational local and regional calamari and seafood, beer battered chips and traditional homemade drinks served from our one of a kind, hand-built replica 1948 ‘Airstream’ Food Van.

The best quality Australian Calamari. Wild caught off the Victorian coast and prepared straight from the pier. Panko crumbed and cooked to order.

Tasty, crumbed New Zealand Whiting Fish Bites.

Wild caught Australian Flathead served as hand crumbed Tail fillets.

All our seafood is presented on Cos lettuce with fresh lemon and a choice of Tartare Sauce or Garlic Aioli.

Team it up with some amazing Beer Battered Chips from Tassie or homemade Cranberry Coleslaw.

Our food is all thoughtfully sourced, top quality, real, carefully prepared and cooked to order! Classic and satisfying meals that are as delicious as you’d want them to be!

If you’re hungry tackle the Big Combo Plate with a generous serve of tasty panko crumbed Calamari, Beer Battered Chips, Cranberry Coleslaw and your choice of Garlic Aioli or Tartare Sauce: ‘Fish Bowl’ with tasty Whiting Bites, Beer Battered Chips and Tartarr Sauce

The ‘Fish Bowl’ features delicious crumbed Whiting Fish Bites, Beer Battered Chips and your choice of sauce. It is a delicious and satisfying mid sized meal:

New to the menu:

Salt & Pepper Calamari in a cone or as a ‘Big Plate’ with beer battered chips.

‘Neptune’s Nibbles’ our take on the classic Fisherman’s Basket or Fritto Misto plate – try a bit of everything!

‘Prawn Star‘ our ‘Fish Bowl’ reimagined with a star formation of sensational crumbed Prawn Cutlet topped off with Garlic Aioli or Classic Tartare.

For the thirsty we have homemade traditionally crafted, beverages:

Classic Lemonade, Home Brewed Ginger Beer and Minty Infused Iced-tea.

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Why “Elephant Rock”? Because while building the van our Andrew lived a hop, skip and jump from Upper Beaconsfield’s iconic Elephant Rock … it’s shape reminded him of the 1948 Airstream Wee Wind he was infatuated with! True story!


What’s not to love about dancing elephants?