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Sydney Fish Market

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Monday-Thursday 7:00-16:00, Friday-Sunday 7:00-17:00, Christmas is closed, and each restaurant has different opening hours.
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About Sydney Fish Market

The Sydney Fish Market is a combined wholesale, retail and catering market. If you are a seafood lover, the Sydney Fish Market is definitely a must for Sydney. There is a variety of seafood from Australia and abroad: huge Australian lobster, king crab, oysters, salmon, squid and more. Many seafood stores sell already processed seafood, or you can have it processed in other locations within the market which should be less expensive and very fresh. In addition to trying delicious food in a restaurant, you can take it outside and enjoy a delicious picnic.

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  • 蓝星smile
    5.0

    Sydney Fish Market, the world's second largest fish wholesale market, is the largest fish market in the southern hemisphere, second only to the construction market. In the blue building, there are not only huge deep-sea lobster, fat emperor crab, fresh salmon and fleshy Australian stone oyster, but also Western-style snacks, Chinese or Japanese cuisine and other on-site cooking. If you come from Daring Harbor, about 20 minutes. We came by bus from the University of Sydney, and the route was google. Transportation: You can get off at Fish Market Station by Light Rail. Trams can go straight. The station comes out and turns across the road. There are many people going, just follow the crowd. Time: 5:30-16:00. Everyone says it's best to come around 10 a.m., when there aren't many tourists. You can find a table outside and have a safe meal. Brunch can be settled together. In fact, lunch can also be served. There's no long queue. [What to eat here]: 1. Salmon sashimi 2. Consumption must be eaten. Raw fish fillets and oysters are very fresh. The oysters are directly poured with lemon juice, and then they slip away and get into the stomach. The main customers in the market are Christie's and Peter's at the entrance. We've all worked it out in Peter's. 3. Deep-sea lobster 4. Crab crab is enormous. The price of 15-25 A$/kg is very attractive. Pork crabs are ready-made! In the fish market, there are several ready-made fish, which can be made into a variety of cooking methods you like, such as: onion and ginger, Singapore spicy crab, salt and pepper crab, steamed crab, everything! Anyway, just order whatever you want! The process is to select crabs first, then add about $15 for cooking, add pasta and $10 - $15, pay and then get the number plate. After purchasing indoors, you can eat in the sun in an open place. Watch out for seagulls! Seagulls are very fierce. They'll rob you of your food! __________ Be careful when eating outside! We all ate one box and opened another. From time to time, people at other tables screamed because the gulls took the food away. This is what we ordered. It cost about 86 Australia.

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  • 小蘑菇阿咪
    5.0

    The Sydney Fish Market, founded in 1945, is the largest similar market in the southern hemisphere, with up to 100 kinds of seafood on the market every day. In addition to seafood, it also serves a variety of vegetables, fruits, bread and sushi. Bars, restaurants and delicious delicatessens are everywhere. This is Sydney's gathering place for seafood tasting. Seventy percent of the people who buy and sell seafood are Chinese. The price of prepared set dishes is not expensive, and the selection and processing of live seafood is not cheap. Buying some seafood back to the apartment hotel for a big meal is a good choice, but also in the open-air fisherman's wharf to eat. We went to the fish market around 3:00 p.m., and spent about 40 minutes shopping. We bought a boiled lobster - 69.75, green tiger shrimp - 9.91, oyster half a dozen - 8.95, Arctic shellfish Thorn - 4, cold seaweed - 3, totaling AUD95.61. Then we bought a bottle of Japanese seafood soy sauce - 2.75 at the SUPA IGA Pyrmont supermarket near the Fish Market Light Rail Station. At first, I bought a large lobster for $110.57, 2.3 kilograms. After that, I thought it was a little too big. I could eat too much, but it was not cut open. The market gave way (thank you very much, order a compliment). Then I bought a lobster for 1.55 kilograms, and the unit price was $5/kg cheaper. Compared with the domestic price, of course, is very cheap, like raw oysters can not eat so fresh in China. However, as far as Sydney is concerned, the price of the fish market is not cheap, and supermarket activities are cheaper. It's just that freshness may be poor, but it's not absolute. Figure 1: The Sydney Fish Market was founded in 1945; Figure 2: Eastern Rock Lobster-94.99/kg cooked rock lobster; Figure 3: Super Big Blue Tiger Shrimp - $28.99/kg; Figure 4: Unknown fish - $11.99/kg; Figure 5: Cooked Spanner Crab - $16.99/kg cooked tiger crab; Figure 6: Sydney Fish Market and Anzac Bridge of Australia-Singapore Bridge on the Northwest side; Figure 7: Sydney Fish Market is light. Rail station; Figure 8: Cooked Eastern Rock Lobster - $69.75; Figure 9: Arctic Shellfish - 2 + 2 = $4 / Sydney Rock oyster half a dozen - $8.95; Figure 10: Tiger Green Prawn - $9.91 (as if there were six more).

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  • 300****686
    5.0

    Sydney's leading seafood market. Google Map Search: Sydney Fish Market, you can know what's going on. Go a little earlier, because there are relatively many choices of seafood in the morning, and there are many choices. After entering the market, the right-hand side and the right-hand side are all take away seafood. There are many choices, and they are very fresh, and the price is relatively cheap (compared with domestic imported seafood). If you play in Sydney and have your own apartment to cook, you can choose to buy it here and take it away. It's also a good time to go back and cook for yourself. If you can't or don't want to do it, you can go to the left end of the gate, where there are prepared seafood to eat, there are also taken seafood stalls, there are good files. Price: Basically shrimp, fish, lobster, shellfish and sushi are all eaten, the average per capita is about 80-100 Australian dollars. Of course, there is no upper limit for luxury lobster like Tuhao. I eat here because I am lazy and afraid of not doing well. The way seafood is made here is also relative to that in the West. Cheese-baked lobster: I personally prefer lobster, but when I go in the morning, eating cheese-baked lobster directly is a little too heavy, and the cheese tone is relatively rare, there is no feeling of lashing, so I want the pot friends who feel like that kind of Mianmirasi carefully choose, but the taste is absolutely speechless. ~Roasted and spicy lobster is also very tasty, very in line with Asian appetite. Half the price is around 35 Australian dollars. Seafood sushi: There are two kinds, one is traditional sushi, the other is sushi doughnuts. In fact, the two kinds of sushi are the same, but because the seafood is very fresh, so basically no mistakes. Eight Australian dollars for one, 16 yuan for two. Shrimp meat: I choose two different kinds of shrimp meat. I don't know what kind of shrimp it is. It feels like shrimp, haha ha. But the shrimp meat has a special Q-bomb. The shrimp paste inside the head of the shrimp is very fresh and delicious. Fish: There are many choices of fish, but I have a general view of fish, so I recommend fried fish, because the taste is better, roast fish is drier! Want to go to the small partner, go quickly, here is really worth going once.

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  • 摩小亚
    5.0

    Sydney's fish market is also one of the must-see attractions to Sydney. There are several bigger fish shops, and they can provide cooking services. There are also a lot of ready-made seafood in the shop that can be selected at will, so ah, this fish market can see and eat, it is really a good place. This store is the most popular one among them. Follow your steps and Xiaoya will try it for herself. Go out early in the morning and come here early for seafood. It's easy to get dazzled by so many varieties. Fortunately, I don't like seafood very much, and I like those kinds of seafood, so it's easy to choose. You can choose your favorite seafood varieties and sizes in different areas, and then choose a favorite flavor in its recommended cooking methods. Pay and take the number plate. Wait until your meal is ready. Go over there and pick it up by yourself. Then go to the next table and bench. Because there are fewer tables, so it's lucky to have a seat. Don't be picky. It's bound to be put together. Locations are available indoors and outdoors. [Lobster] There are two kinds of big lobster and small lobster. The price is not cheap. One big lobster costs more than 1,000 yuan, and the small one seems to be several hundred yuan. Prices are clearly marked on the brand, on the kilogram sale. There are many ways of cooking, such as garlic, hot and so on. We tried the hot taste, okay, a little Sichuan cuisine. Lobster can also add noodles, oh, that kind of rougher noodles, more people can add one. You can choose your own variety, and then ask the clerk to help you slice and order as many as you want. The same salmon has different prices because of different parts. Fish brisket that part is 150 yuan a kilogram, or cheap. After eating salmon and tuna, I feel that salmon is delicious. Tuna may not be of good quality. It doesn't feel so fresh to eat. [Grilled eel] It's really tempting to see a whole piece of grilled eel in the window. I chose one, which seems to cost about 80 yuan. It can help slice, but it can't be heated. So ah, that grilled eel is ice, hard. It's very old. It feels very similar to eating dried meat. That's really the most chewy roast eel I've ever eaten. It's weird. Dislike! Generally speaking, everyone is addicted to eating fast. The seafood here is very delicious. Although it is not as good as the restaurant and the service, the atmosphere is very good. It's worth experiencing. It tastes good.

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  • Rubylanlan
    5.0

    Sunday's Sydney Bus capped at A$2.7. Oh, it's a good time to go out on the road. The bus arrived very quickly and the traffic was very convenient. Many cars entered the parking lot by themselves and needed to queue up. They were free within one hour and then 5 Australian dollars per half hour. It's said that the market closes early, so I arrived at 10 a.m. and then more and more people came. When I first entered the market, I was still studying where the map should go, and then I found that it was like a big food generation. In fact, every family was almost the same. If you see a seat or want to eat, you can order it casually. The price of each family is the same. There are many kinds of seafood, and they are really fresh! The smell of the sea is coming. Raw oysters, scallops and anything can be eaten fresh and fresh, super tender and juicy! Eastern and Western snacks can be tasted with less people, and more people can order some ingredients for the chef to cook. I think the phenomenon of dirty mess is good, after all, it is aquatic products, the ground is a little wet, in addition to a large number of people, the management is quite orderly. At the meal point, the outdoor seats near the dock become very tight, and seabirds will surround them, but they will not grab food at the table. As for the price, if it's for good food and cheap, I think the former is the only one. I ordered three cheese scallops 10, half a dozen plain oysters 19, baked scallops 4 bunches of 10 Australian dollars, baked Octopus 16.5 a box, salmon spine 14 Australian dollars a kilogram, fruit yogurt 9, scallop spine 6 Australian dollars. Price for reference, the domestic is similar, but here can guarantee freshness, and for the local people is very cheap!! Personally, I think it's still worthwhile [pitiful]. I'm sure I'll remember the experience of hungry eating and drinking here. It's good to have long insights. There are many kinds of oysters, the price range is a bit large, not particular about the point of ordinary and delicious, let me miss a few days ago in the Sydney Tower self-service oyster meal, feeling that it must be worth the cost [proud]

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  • ccp0927
    5.0

    For seafood enthusiasts, this is a paradise in heaven! It's so fresh! Everything you want to eat, everything you want to try! And the price is really not more fair! Some Chinese stalls can also communicate directly in Chinese. The only disadvantage is that seabirds should be careful to grab food while sitting outdoors, although they are very special and comfortable. I'm not sure I need to be careful about what I eat! ____________ Ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha ha

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  • 考拉羊洋
    5.0

    If you come to Sydney, you will definitely come to the fish market in Sydney. It is most convenient to choose to be a light rail in the city. You can get off at the fish market station in less than one minute and get to the door of the fish market. Fish markets are usually opened at 7 a.m., and most people want to buy the freshest, so they go early. We got up a little late. It was almost 8 o'clock by the time. There were already a lot of people. There are many families selling seafood fish here. We bought an Australian dragon at the most famous Peter's house to eat raw and make stings. Another Chinese shop next door ordered a Portuguese crab and fried ginger and onion. We were sitting on the outside bank of the river, which was specially decorated for people who ordered meals here. It was really good to see the beautiful Blackwatter Bay and enjoy lunch in the sunshine. The price here is clearly marked, usually in pounds or ounces or KG units, can be directly let him deal with the store, without additional costs.

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  • the_air
    5.0

    The earliest place in Sydney is probably the fish market. The auction started at 6 o'clock and distributed tens of thousands of tons of seafood to Sydney's large and small tables in an extremely efficient way. Visitors can also purchase the latest and affordable seafood platters and enjoy them with the eyes of a group of pelicans and seagulls and tigers. It's recommended to go in the morning. It's more lively. Then you can buy cooked seafood and eat it on the spot. There's also sushi made now. Especially after a few days of Western food, it's very delicious.

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  • Badcchouse
    5.0

    Sydney's largest fish market? Come over at 9:00 in the morning, people will not be too many in a small port, there are many seagulls and other things inside a large fruit and vegetable supermarket strawberry $104 boxes, or very cheap lobster. These can be processed into the door of two or three small restaurants, many seafood are cooked roast oysters, roast scallops, roast prawns, but the taste is general, a little light remember oneself. Several bags of pepper have been added

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    Reviewed on 1505047574000
  • 你已被人使用
    5.0

    It is said that all fishing boats in Sydney have to unload, divide, pack and transship to all markets selling seafood in Sydney. At the same time, it will leave some seafood to be made here and become a tourist attraction.

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