Celebrate the Year of the Dog and experience the rare opportunity of enjoying Sydney Fish Market after dark.
On Friday 16 February 2018 from 4pm-10pm, the Sydney Fish Market will transform into a night market to celebrate Chinese New Year with a load of seafood delights.
On a normal day, Sydney Fish Market is always busy with many tourists visiting from all over the world. In recent years, the main demographic of visitors are from Asian countries, such as China, Hong Kong, Singapore, Malaysia, Taiwan, Vietnam, Indonesia and the Philippine.
The Chinese locals and tourists absolutely love fresh Australian seafood and they enjoy a scrumptious feast here at the Sydney Fish Market. So this is a great opportunity to come and embrace the good fortune of Chinese New Year and enjoy the gastronomic seafood delights this great Fish Market has to offer.
The Lunar New Year offers the perfect opportunity to explore seafood in Chinese style and rustle up some good fortune for the coming year.
You can delight your senses and dine on seafood and food stall offerings, dining options include Chinese cuisine and Yum Cha at the licensed restaurants, fresh and cooked seafood from the retailers, seafood BBQ, oysters shucked to order, fresh fruit and desserts from the fruit and veggie stall.
Similar with most cultures, the Chinese celebrate their new year with family get together with delicious festive food. Of this festive feasting, a large portion of it is fresh seafood with a high demand for king crab, lobsters and abalone. This is a great opportunity to stock up for your own Chinese New Year feast at home with some amazing seafood from the Sydney Fish Market.