I would rather disappointing with size of Sydney Fish Market compare to Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne. Anyway, it is merely focus on the seafood, not like Queen Victoria Market have everything under the sun.
There are many retailers such as Claudio’s, De Costi, Doyle’s, Nicholas Seafoods, Peter’s Fish Market. All you need is just walk round and round like touring a supermarket where the colours and freshness of the seafood will really thrill you. Prawns, clayfish, giant lobsters, oysters, salmon, scallops, sea urchins, squids, trouts, tunas, crab. This is the place like seafood heaven for seafood lover with the attractive price.
We end up bought a lobster platter, fish and chip and fried squid. All are every fresh and juicy. Simple cook makes perfect, i totally agreed with it.
We sat outside, so that we could enjoy the view while savoring our catch of the day. We had truly enjoyed the view and the cool breeze, before sea gulls came. One very important note : be careful of the sea gulls, they will target you and your food as their prey.
How to get to Sydney Fish Market:
Sydney Light Rail from Central Station, The Star, Haymarket or Darling Harbour to the Fish Market stop which is located across the road from the market.
Bus Service 501: This City/West Ryde/Ryde bus service departs from Central Station every 30 mins. Embark at Miller street, opposite Jone Street which is 5-mins stroll away from Sydney Fish Market.
Sydney Fish Market
Address: Bank St & Pyrmont Bridge Road, Sydney NSW 2009, Australia.
Tel: +61 2 9004 1100
Opening Hour: Daily 7am – 4pm