Sydney Fish Market
SFM is the largest market of its kind in the Southern Hemisphere and the world's second largest seafood market in terms of variety outside of Japan.
You can reach the iconic Sydney Fish Market via a beautiful walk through Jubilee Park along the waters edge to Blackwattle bay then take Pyrmont bridge road. Great place for lunch tho crowed on the weekends. Great seafood yum cha on the first floor overlooking the water. Book in for one of their…
Grab the bike and bike over to the fish markets (about 15 min ride) for the freshest seafood around.
The iconic Sydney Fish Market is a hive of activity with fresh fish sales, restaurants and lovely views.
One of the biggest tourist locations in Sydney. Grab some fresh seafood and sit by the water and enjoy. Our favourite is Claudio's for there prawns and fresh sashimi
The best fish and oysters in the world comes from the Sydney Fish Markets don't miss this treat...opens very early
“Tramsheds is a great place for dining, gelato, groceries and a nice wine whilst watching sunset. ”
“-being a favourite. Close by are The Landsdowne on City Road and The Duck Inn on Rose St Chippendale. Both around 10/15 minute walk away.”
“Lebanese street food and creative cocktails in an industrial-chic venue with a relaxed vibe.”
“A family owned shop which has been in Glebe for over 100 years and is recognised as one of the best fruit and veggie shops in Sydney. It is on the corner of Glebe Point Road and St John's Road. Closed Sundays. There is also a cheese, meat, and pasta shop next door. The cheese room in the back is amazing!! There is also a bakery, dessert cafe next door. All three are the same owner.”