The food quality is so poor, taste is bad for cooked food and and my kids ended up with diarrhoea after the eating. Waiter keep asking and forcing you to buy more. Overall experience is the worst I have in Sydney.
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Not impressed with the service - Always check your change. Firstly paid for meal using a $100 dollar note, Cashier immediately stored the note away and gave significantly less change (missing $50+ thought we gave him $50 instead) , usually you should hold onto the...More
Ordered a fried platter for two. The different seafood items were all battered with the same batter so everything tasted the same. Very greasy too. Perhaps it will be a better choice to choose a grilled platter so that you can taste the different flavours.
Of all the places to buy seafood in the fish markets we chose this one. I was extremely disappointed. One positive- the calamari was tender, that is the only positive! The food was cold, not just lukewarm, COLD. The lobster was tough, cold and bland....More
Terible food at FISH MARKET CAFE. Ordered seafood platters paid.Got wrong food sustituted on it with cheaper stuff n plenty cold old chips to fill up the platters Ist shop on left when you go into fish market arcade at sydney fish market. I will...More
Extremely disappointed and simply disgusted at the customer service. We sat down on one of their tables with seafood from another store, with the intention of ordering more from the Fish Market Cafe. A few of us sat down at the table while one person...More
One of the first shops as you walk in via the main entrance. The store is always busy and one of the busiest in the market. They serve a variety of seafood platters or single items ranging from lobsters, crabs, scallops, octopus to mussels, prawns...More
I love the fish markets in general, today I wanted to treat myself to some seafood cooked fresh and in before the crowds start. There is a good selection of seafood on display and looks appetising. This is where the compliments run out though. A...More
On a FIFO visit to old friends we made the trip down on a Sunday morning, not usually the best time but not too crowded. First stop was brunch & this time we also had abalone, $8 a pop but very well presented. Still amazed...More