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Coffin Bay oyster

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20.jpg These are Australian oysters from Coffin Bay. They are small / normal in size, but their oyster flavor is comparatively stronger. There is also a nice oyster after-taste in the month.
P.S. This is a dish in a dinner buffet in Marriott Cafe, Admiralty, Hong Kong.


Australian Coffin Bay Oysters at the moment (early October) are still creamy, rich in oyster flavor and have fresh ocean smell. Coffin Bay Oyster served in M​​arriott Café is small in size (should be Plate of 60 -70mm). If you are oyster -lover, you are able to eat many pieces. Each piece of Coffin Bay oyster is succulent, sensational and mouthwatering.

Normally, there are 5 sizes of Pacific Oysters (Australian Oysters are Pacific ones.) The best / most popular one is Plate (60-70mm). Oysters are one of the most nutritionally balanced foods available. They contain protein, lipid and carbohydrate. Oysters are suggested to be an ideal food for inclusion in low-cholesterol diets. Oysters are an excellent source of vitamins A, B, C and D. Four or five medium sized oysters will supply the recommended daily allowance of iron, copper, iodine, magnesium, calcium, zinc, manganese and phosphorus.

White wine is the best companion of oyster. Savoring a piece of fresh oyster and tasting white wine are always said to be nonpareil in dining. There are numerous kinds of oyster and the taste varies. They also differ in texture, flavor, and ocean smell . It is better to start with those with lighter taste. The sequence is normally American, Australian, British and the last is stronger taste French oyster.
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