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.
COVID-19 Update: Monday 1 June
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.
This dish shows off Tuna’s jewel-like colour against a background of deep green rocket. Of course you can leave the Tuna in the pan for longer if you prefer more of a cooked texture … but you will lose the rich red colour.
Lemak means ‘creamy’ and this creamy coconut milk Laksa from Singapore and the Straits of Malacca is the version best known in Australia. It can however be adapted to include almost any seafood you like, including Mussels, Scallops and any firm-fleshed fish, just remember not to overcook the seafood as it will continue cooking in the residual heat of the soup.
Char kway teow is a popular dish in Singapore and Malaysia where its name literally means "stir-fried rice cake strips". The rice cakes are flat sheets of rice dough folded into a block, which are cut into 1-cm wide strips and separated into noodles.