Great to visit and very accessible. Has ample parking and has a tram stop right at the entrance. It's also a regular stop for tour groups and you can often see the tour buses coming and going. It's situated next to the harbour and it's lovely to sit by the water's edge while you eat fish and chips or you can opt to try one of the numerous restaurants and food stalls inside. Besides seafood, you can also purchase some fresh produce and delicious cheeses. It's very busy, lively and a great place to visit on the weekends.
Sydney Fish Market has a number of food outlets so you have the choice of sitting in restaurants or taking your freshly cooked meal outside to sit on the waterfront overlooking the fishing fleet.
The seafood is a fresh as it could possibly be because this is a working port where the fishermen's catch is auctioned each weekday.
Favorite Dish: The choice is amazing because the Sydney Fish Market is the world's second largest in terms of variety with over 100 different types of seafood being auctioned each day.
Favourites are the shellfish - crabs, lobsters, oysters, mussels - but fish such as barramundi and ocean trout are also very popular.
A lot of shops to get "fresh" seafood, but it's not that great a bargain. That "bargain" becomes worse when you leave as parking at the market is rather pricey. If you spend more than 2 hours there (and once you pull your ticket, you may drive around 15 minutes before you even find a spot), you'll pay $18.00 bucks. Spend over 2 1/2 hours there and it's $23. Over 3 and it's $28 and so on. The shops that sell hot dishes are okay, but nothing to write home about. It's crowded, sometimes hard to find a seat especially if you're a large group. Smartest thing is to get someone to drop you off, then at least you save the parking fees. That will make the experience a little more palatable.
Well there isn't much to say about this place when it comes to eating, there are several places to eat but the food isn't really well prepared and the prices aren't really worth it !!!! The seafood is fresh but other than that I was really disappointed in the place.....not really worth the trip there !!!!
Favorite Dish: Raw seafood selection is available in abundance....other than that not very cheap !!!!
Nick's is one of the seafood markets/restaurants at the Sydney Fishmarket. They have a huge selection of fresh seafood cooked or raw. Their prepared food area has lobsters, shrimp, scallops, calamari, baramundi and other seafood dishes. Liz and i decided to have some food at Nicks for lunch. I knew I wanted some Jumbo Prawns for lunch. I waited on line and ordered a kilo with some cocktail sauce. Liz decided she wanted some hot food and ordered Lobster Thermidor along with some S&P calamari.
We had a seat at one of the tables in the back. Liz went across the hall to the Wine Shop and bought us a nice bottle of Sauvignon Blanc to accompany our meal. Wow, my prawns were excellent. Large, fresh and so delicious. I dug into them until every last one was gone. Liz loved her Lobster with it's tasty filling and bubbly crust. I had a taste and it was quite nice. He S&P squid was a different type than what I am accustomed to with large flecks of red pepper on the breading. Boy were they spicy but the delicious cold wine helped cool the heat.
As always, we have had excellent lunches here in the fishmarket but Nicks is our favorite for quality, taste and price.
Favorite Dish: The Jumbo Prawns are my favorite. They are sold head and body on and you have to peel them yourself. The meat is very tender, sweet and fresh. It is one of my favorite lunches in Sydney.
The Sydney Fish Market is a must see when visiting Sydney. The fish market sells all types of fresh seafood and fish as well as cooked and prepared food. The market has numerous vendor stalls selling seafood, candy, produce, cheeses and even desserts. Chris and I wandered through the market for a good twenty minutes looking at each vendor and their wares before settling on something to eat. The prawns were huge, the scallops looked heavenly...it was a sight to see.
We decided on a few items from various vendors: BBQ breaded prawns, Salt & Pepper Squid, Jumbo King Prawns and an Apple Sultana Pastry for dessert. The food here is incredibly good and fresh. It is a bit pricey but so worth it in my opinion if you are a lover of seafood and fish.
Favorite Dish: My BBQ prawns were very good and large. I enjoyed the Cooked King Praws which were huge and so tasty. Chris's Salt & Pepper squid was very good and I loved the crispy, spicy breading. The apple sultana pastry was flaky, sweet and still warm. It was a delicious ending to a great lunch.
The Sydney Fish Market is one of those places you always hear needs to be visited. It took until my fourth trip to Sydney to make it here. And boy was it worth the wait.
We paired this with the super ticket for the light rail and rode out from Sydney Central. Upon our arrival we had to cross the tracks and follow the signs up and across the road. You then come in to the parking lot with some restaurants right there that make you wonder, “Is this all it is?” Well luckily no it is not all it is. You must walk across the parking lot and enter the opposite corner of where you arrived.
As you walk past the toy and knife shop, you get the full experience. And that I must say was somewhat disappointing from what I was expecting. It is just a row of display cases and stall fronts. But the food from these places are SO worth it.
We first stopped at a BBQ place to get BBQ breaded prawn and BBQ Salt and Pepper Squid. As it was crowded we walked back and got a seat where I said I wanted to buy additional prawns which I did buying a half kilo of cooked jumbo king prawns. These things were 8 inches long before I cleaned them as I ate.
Favorite Dish: The Salt and Pepper Squid was so fresh and so good I am already dreaming of it and going back for more. The prawns I bought were great too and so much tastier than what I have had in recent memory.
There are a number of stalls selling seafood... all fresh from the sea!
Favorite Dish: Oyster and lobster platter is nice! About AUD25. We also had A Platter for Two which are mainly deep fried seafood, it costs AUD26. The best dish is Rock oysters, AUD14 for a dozen.
Here you'll find lots and lots of fresh seafood, available to buy to cook yourself, or eat at one of the food court outlets or restaurants. Check out some of the local seafoods such as Moreton Bay bugs and Spanner crabs.
The Sydney Fish Market is located by the sea and is a building consisting of many kiosks selling fresh seafood to take home or eat in. Each kiosk has a small eating area, and on weekends there's always a problem finding seats as each restaurant doesn't like it if one brings food from another restaurant (when you might not neccessarily buy food from the same restaurant as your companion).
Favorite Dish: Any food there is good!
The Sydney Fish Market is the largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and the world's second largest seafood market. This is my favourite place to go to for fresh seafood, especially fresh oysters. The best thing about it is that the seafood here is very fresh and is much cheaper to have a nice seafood meal here than elsewhere
Besides a working port and a wholesale fish market, there are also fresh food retail market, beverage outlets, a seafood cooking school and nice restaurants where you can enjoy the meal on a wharf.
Very nice place selling lots of ocran fresh seafood, al fresco dining area as well, sitting by the pier, enjoying the oceans great delicacies, complemented by a bottle of good homegrown Ausrtalian Chardonnay....how good can life get...
Favorite Dish: All the oyster, Sydney Rock Oysters, Tasmanian Oysters, the really sweet and tasty blue swimmer crabs, prawns, can't think of something i don't like. oh, and the sea urchin roe is real tasty too !
If you dont want to spend a lot of money dining in one of Sydney's seafood Restuarants.. visit the Sydney Fish Market and cook up your own Seafood platter. SFM trades more than 15 million kg of seafood annually. Wow now that is a lot of Fish!!
It's very easy to get to by bus, train or car.
They are open every day from 7:00 am, however you have to be quick to get the Fresh fish.. they don't last long.
You can also buy lobsters or other fresh seafood from those stall and they will helped you prepared those seafood. You can also buy them back if you have a BBQ gathering in the weekend. They sell very cheap seafood
We found an outstanding restaurant on the first day in Sydney. Located in Harbourside at Darling Harbour, it is called Jordon's. They serve the most fantastic rock oysters you ever had. Go there.