Wednesday, 10 July 2013

Sydney Fish Market

Initially, Sydney Fish Market was not listed in our itinerary. We were on the way to Blue Mountain after taking buffet breakfast at Ibis Hotel World Square. Our minibus driver, Chris, sent us to this world's famous fish market before heading north to meet the Three Sisters. Our schedule was full because the journey would takes slightly more than 2 hours. We have only 15 minutes to look and shop around here, and that was only sufficient for me to order some fresh seafood for all of us!

Sydney Fish Market.  The easiest way to get here is to take a
Light Rail (tram) from the Paddy's Market / Chinatown.

There are many choices here... just trust your instinct!

Snow Crab!

Generally there are two types of seafood platters here: The Hot Platter,
which are deep fried or grilled seafood usually comes together with
rice or fries, and the Cold Platter as shown here, which consist of
icy seafood such as cooked prawn, live oyster...etc.

Baked half lobster

Salt & pepper calamari

Grilled prawn skewer

My favorite Cheese Baked Oyster

Live Oyster, A$9.50 for 6 pcs! 

Bought some sashimi too!

This is all I got within 15min!

The hot seafood platters, which consist of scallops, fried calamari ring,
oven baked oyster, fillets and fries.

We actually had our seafood not at the Fish Market, but at a random park
around the Pyrmont Area! What a crazy day!

Live Oyster!

Fresh Salmon sashimi 

Seafood feast at the park

(Advice from me: don't order too much hot platter because you can get it everywhere. Go for the fresh one!)

There a many seafood restaurants at the Sydney Fish Market, you can either eat-in or take-away. Be prepared to be spoil by the choices of seafood here!

Take a Light Rail (a.k.a TRAM), from Paddy's Market or the Chinatown:
Paddy's Market -- Exhibition Centre -- Convention Centre -- Pyrmont Bay -- The STAR -- John Street Square -- Fish Market

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