Sydney Fish Market, Sydney

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The world's third largest seafood market, Sydney Fish Market incorporates a working fishing port, a wholesale fish market, a fresh seafood retail market, a sushi bar, gift shop, a fruit and vegetable market, a beverage outlet, indoor seating, and an outdoor promenade. There's so much to do and see here that most tourists opt to join an official tour. Contact the market's management ahead of time to organize a behind-the-scenes tour of the popular wholesale seafood auction. You can also drop by on a rainy day for a meal of fresh sushi and sashimi, for which the market is renowned across Australia. Keep in mind that the sushi bar gets extremely busy during lunchtime, so it's best to visit earlier in the morning to avoid crowds and take advantage of indoor seating. Take a look at our Sydney tour itinerary tool to schedule your visit to Sydney Fish Market and learn about what else to see and do during your holiday.
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  • This Sydney fish market is very famous, because of the itinerary of the relationship I can only be 7 in the morning to open the door, the way to come is simple, sitting lightly orbit can easily reach, and then it is said that 7 points open the door, at this time most of the stores are still ready for the majority, almost no visitors, see all kinds of raw seafood slowly swinging up is also very interesting, fish market is not big, Five minutes can be done, the outer head of the deck seat area, where there are many sea birds, not vegetarian, at any time Tiger TV coveted visitors food, fish market near the environment Alpine for the dirty chaos, it is a bit like back home to the traditional market, which is less seen in Australia. Look at all the restaurants, you can find this is the price is high, the last point of a combination of the plate with white dinner, taste is not bad, but the whole dining environment and the price is not intimate, when almost 9 o ' clock to leave, visitors also slowly increase, I think of the food time here will be a crowd of wobble flocked, the whole, I think the observation experience here is not good.
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  • As all seafood fresh from the bench, and shall have aquistic as you want, on the edge of the sea, you should get a taste of the wooden tables, keep in mind that gulls intruders.
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  • It was a lot of fun. The oyster is recommended. Australia wine wine cellar is located in the same facilities and good white wine is cheap.
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  • Great and iconic spot for a family outing or a friends' gathering. I usually go by myself and still have a great time. Good variety of fresh seafood. Good value if you get fresh items. The fried or pre-cooked items, though very tempting, are underwhelming and will fill you up very quickly. Best to visit between 10.30-11.30am or after 1pm if you want to avoid the crowds and find a seat. It gets crazy busy between 11.30am and 1 -1.30pm. Also, beware of the seagulls if you sit outside. They are very very aggressive,drawn to food and are not shy around humans.
  • Where do you start...the plan was to go for an hour or so, lol, we ended up there for the whole morning and had lunch there too - some seafood were affordable some not due to their sizes. staff were very friendly and welcoming, but it is a very busy place due to the seafood being fresh. My partner and I ordered our meal and got a seafood platter of our choice, price was good considering what we chose. We loved it, awesome platter of seafood at an affordable price we thought. Be daring and try something new, you will never know unless you step out of your comfort zone and that my partner and I found it very enjoyable morning of exploring and indulging in the seafood on offer.
  • 10/10 would go again, and have several times!. Great place to grab a long lunch and check out the view. You can grab a bottle of wine from the shop along with some glasses and enjoy it outside. If you like oysters make sure to try the Sydey Rock Oysters. They have a massive variety of fresh seafood to buy and take home. Check out the tours to see how it all works behind the scenes AND get loaded up on info and ideas for all the awesome fishes. Also the Seafood School is really fun and informative, even for people who think they 'don't need' cooking lessons!
  • Well it said that Sydney fish market is one of the biggest market there is. Once you reach here you will see lot lot lot of tourist busy eating their seafood. There is a few stall you can choose from. Depend on your liking. The lobster is huge !!!! Downside of this place is that when you are outside there will be lot of seagull trying to steal your food ! 😂
  • Pros: - Good variety of shops hosting a variety of fish and seafood. - Friendly service from pretty much all vendors. - Ample parking. Cons: - Been a fish market you'd expect to get cheaper prices, however, pricing is relatively the same as your local fish store.

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