No trip to Sydney would be complete without paying a visit to the infamous Sydney Fish Market located in Pyrmont.
Entrance to Sydney Fish Market
There’s something very calming about this blue building. It’s probably because in my head interprets it as “Entry for delicious fresh seafood”
Fresh Whole Fish
Fresh fat fish at red hot prices.
Ready to be cut into perfect sashimi pieces.
Freshest Sushi Platters
Probably the freshest sushi you’ll ever eat.
One HUGE GIANT BIG Crab
One huge, giant, big expensive crab. No I did not consume it, but I would have liked to.
The Many Warmers of Delectable Seafood
Batter prawns, seafood sticks, octopus and more.
Soft shell crab, abalone, white bait and more prawns.
This was our seafood platter masterpiece. Scallops, kilpatrick oysters, oyster mornay, prawn skewer, octopus, squid, fish and chips with lemon wedges. It cost us $70approx. You will need four people to almost finish the platter.
With a side of Lobster Mornay
This turned out to be quite filling. This creamy cheese sauce is loaded with a potato mash.
Huong Giang Menu
Unfortunately my favourite vietnamese restaurant in Marrickville, Old Thanh Huong, was closed for my last night in Sydney. However I am happy to try new places.
I was pleasantly surprised to see three portions of Goi Cuon (Fresh Rice Paper Rolls).
Broken rice with a marinated grilled pork chop, shredded pork and a fried egg.
Bun Thit Nuong Cha Gio
Bun is also known as thin rice noodles. This dish is served with a combination of Cha Gio (Spring Rolls) and Thit Nuong (Grilled Pork) accompanied by Nuoc Cham (Dipping Sauce).
Thit Bo Luc Lac
Thit Bo Luc Lac (Shaking Beef) served with red rice.
Pho Dac Biet
Combination Pho the lot. There’s something very homey about Pho and it was the perfect meal to end my trip in Sydney.
Our whole meals, including drinks costed $50approx!
Did you say 24 hour Krispy Kreme?!
The Many Varieties of KK’s
While we were there the special flavour for the season, inspired by Easter, was a Cream Egg Donut.