Welcome to Sydney Fish Market
Experience the vibrant atmosphere of Sydney Fish Market, an authentic, working fish market located on the harbour in Blackwattle Bay, Pyrmont - just a short distance from downtown Sydney.
Sydney Fish Market COVID-19 Update
As the focus on Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19) continues around the world, the health and safety of visitors, employees and other workers here at Sydney Fish Market is our highest priority.
COVID-19 Update: Sydney Seafood School
Sydney Seafood School has suspended all face-to-face classes for the short term. However we are excited to now offer SSS@Home - a virtual cooking class and meal you can enjoy at home.
There are good commercial teriyaki sauces and marinades available, or you can make your own by combining equal quantities of light soy sauce and mirin. The name comes from the Japanese words “teri” meaning shine and “yaki” meaning grill, as meat and fish are brushed with the marinade while being grilled to give a shiny coating.
Ras el hanout (literally ‘top of the shop’), a classic North African spice mix, is traditionally a blend of the spice merchant’s finest spices. There are many variations, but most contain a dozen or more different spices, with old traditional recipes often including hashish and Spanish fly! This garlic sauce is delicious with any sort of seafood, meat or vegetables, thin it with a little water or lemon juice if need be to achieve a drizzling consistency.
The vine leaf wrapping helps protect the fish from the heat of the barbecue as well as providing a pleasantly crisp coating. Any leftover lentil salad can be kept, refrigerated, for a few days and is delicious on its own or as a side dish with any grilled seafood, meat or poultry.