Treat your senses in Pyrmont, home to the Sydney Fish Market, acclaimed restaurants, classic pubs, charming cafes and bars, and The Star, an exciting entertainment complex. The harbourside neighbourhood’s colonial and maritime heritage complements the mouth-watering delights.
The Sydney Fish Market is open seven days from 7am. You can buy fresh seafood and savour it on picnic tables overlooking pretty Blackwattle Bay. There are restaurants, too. Reserve a spot on a behind-the-scenes tour, which operates every Monday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday at 6.40am.
You’ll find a delicious range of restaurants, including several award-winning restaurants featured in The Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Food Guide. For fine dining, The Star has you covered with delectable delights such as Sokyo, Momofuku Seiobo and Black by Ezard, a steakhouse.
For waterside dining, explore Pyrmont's wharves. Savour the fusion of Italian and Japanese cuisines at LuMi Bar and Dining, near Wharf 10 and Sydney Heritage Fleet. Flying Fish is on the historic Jones Bay Wharf, near Pirrama Park where the is held in May.
Three classic pubs on Harris Street serve hearty meals – Harlequin Inn, near Union Square, The Dunkirk and Quarrymans Hotel, which specialises in craft beer. In a historic terrace on Harris Street is Bar Zini. A stroll south is Gallon, a wine bar with sandstone walls and an enchanting courtyard.