We didn’t arrive early enough to watch the auctions at the Sydney Fish Market, but enjoyed an early lunch and had a good view of Blackwattle Bay.
On the first morning after a long trans-Pacific flight, the fish market is good tourist destination. Earlier is better. The Sydney Fish Market
is a short walk west from the bus stop in Pyrmont
where we got off. After passing under the Western Distributor
elevated freeway, we found low building around a big parking lot.
The first store we encountered was Deep Seafood Cafe and Oyster Bar. We were still early for lunch.
The lobster and shrimp might have been attractive to most people, but half of our family is allergic to them.
We walked over a few more doors to De Costi Seafood, which also had displays full of shrimp.
Getting service from behind the sneeze guards requires some service.
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