Planning a Sydney picnic? East 33 are now offering their spring season oysters fresh from the farm to your door

  • Chris Singh
  • September 20, 2021
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Right now, with relaxed restrictions regarding small outdoor gatherings, Sydneysiders have one thing on their mind. Picnics. And some of the city’s best restaurants are moving quickly to adapt, introducing picnic hampers, having bake sales, and putting together produce to make picnic planning that much easier.

Although not much can rival getting produce direct from the farms so you can curate the freshest, most impressive picnic spread possible. That’s why East 33 has been busy putting together their Spring Collection of Sydney Rock Oysters, which are now being offered online so you can get the farm-to-table delicacies delivered straight to your door in time for your next picnic.

The East 33 2021 Spring Series features a carefully curated selection of the season’s finest harvest from 3 farms across NSW, with the collection designed to showcase the most flavoursome oysters available. And seeing as you can’t rock up to your favourite seafood restaurant and order up a dozen of these beauties right now, it’d be a wise choice to hit them up online before they sell out.

The three farms these oysters are sourced from are Wonboyn, Wallis Lake, and Nambucca. That’s a nice range of oysters right there, from Wallis Lake’s medium to high brine level, to Nambucca’s sweet and creamy oyster.

All oysters are now available for order and home delivery all over New South Wales, as well as in Melbourne and Brisbane, from now until 30th November. You can choose to order two dozen shucked or unshucked oysters from two regions for $69, or enjoy a taste of all three regions with a three-dozen pack for $99. All orders are offered with next-day home delivery.

Spend some time on the East 33 website to get across the different flavour profiles of each oyster and then get to ordering. Click here to get started.

Chris Singh

Chris Singh is an Editor-At-Large at the AU review, loves writing about travel and hospitality, and is partial to a perfectly textured octopus. You can reach him on Instagram: @chrisdsingh.