Top 5 Seafood Joints In Sydney by Aussie Trip Advisor

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Top 5 Seafood Joints In Sydney With spectacular waterfront dining locations,  Sydney claims to be Australia’s fine dining capital. No doubt it's one of the best places to indulge in fresh seafood. Sydney has got a host of hot seafood joints where quality and sustainability are incomparable. Whether in the heart of the city or along the shore, Sydney has a great deal to offer when it comes to seafood. http://www.aussietripadvisor.com/blog/2016/9/12/top-5-seafood-joints-in-sydney

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Here’s our ‘pick-of-the-litter’: Nicks Seafood Restaurant | Darling Harbour Nick’s Seafood Restaurant in Darling Harbour, combines excellent seafood with a stunning view. With an average main costing $40, Nick’s has many signature dishes, including the grilled baby barramundi, calamari, and fresh lobster mornay and includes both casual and fine dining options. While the interior is swankier, the patio along the water is casual and often requires a reservation for its popularity. For those visiting Sydney Harbour by boat, Nick’s offers delivery straight to your deck. Blue Fish | Darling Harbour Blue Fish claims to have the best fish and chips in Australia and a range of every martini that you can imagine. There are almost 39 of them, prices starting from $14 - cucumber and mint, salt and pepper, nectarine and honey, chocolate, kiwi and basil, blood orange, ginger, aniseed, espresso, butterscotch and what not. They even have a Chilli Oyster Martini, but only if you can stomach it. It's nearby to the Maritime Museum. I prefer to sit outdoors with a stunning view, among the tourists and school holiday families & I must say, it feels like I'm on holidays, too.

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Rockpool Sydney | CBD Looking for a fancy seafood restaurant in the heart of Sydney, then your search will end no further than ‘Rockpool’. Located in the central business district of Sydney, Rockpool has earned its reputation as one of the best seafood experiences in Sydney. They play a little differently here with the menu. Dinner serves a customary menu of 8 to 10 courses, with a typical price of $150. A 3 course lunch will also run you $75 per person. Orso Bayside Restaurant | Mosman Just across the Bridge, Orso has a fabulous balcony overseeing the water with floor-to-ceiling glass windows. Outstanding views of the waves adds to a unique culinary experience. Orso strongly focus on European, Italian, and Mediterranean seafood. Some of their fortes include Tasmanian salmon with crab, wild barramundi fillet steamed in a paper bag, prawn tortellini, and their deservedly famous seafood platter.

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