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Fish at the Rocks

The Rocks, Sydney, New South Wales

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Sydney's Fish at The Rocks restaurant has been serving fresh seafood and fine wine in a welcoming and laid-back setting for years. Housed in a historic building dating back to 1919, the restaurant's interior echoes the tranquillity of the ocean. Those with a crustacean fixation can feast on whole Tasmanian lobster, Moreton Bay Bugs and Queensland King Prawns.

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Features

  • Family Friendly
  • Private Dining Room

Cuisines Seafood

Price Mains $30 - $40

Type Restaurant

Functions

Max capacity: 100 pax

  • Functions - Fish at the Rocks has combined its two upstairs rooms into one large space opening out onto the balcony. The fireplace is in operation on cold winter nights, while the balcony offers a pleasant seabreeze on balmy summer days. Used for everyday dining, this room is also available for functions for up to 40 people.

Reviews

5.0

I have used this restaurant regularly for biz dinners and the food continues to impress. We have not had a bad meal, poor service or disappointing visit. Baked Barramundi is to die for. BYO makes it a special treat, however wine list is upto the food. Will be back as often as I can, and may actually work through other choices on the menu.

SK

Nov 2013

This gem in Sydney stands tall in comparison with Comme Chez Soi in Bruxelles and Lasserre in Paris when you rate the quality of the food. It is outstanding when you rate quality in comparison to price. Laid back professional that serves dishes with the wow-factor that results in goose bumps when you talk or write about it. The baked baby baramundi with vegetables and shrimp entered my top ten best dishes ever. The team that makes this comes true is utterly professional and friendly.

The European Gourmet

Jun 2013

I,ve dined here regularly for over ten years and the food is always great. Staff are really friendly and the service is fantastic. It's a small, but usually very busy place and this is must be about the best seafood you can get in Sydney.

Anna-Liisa

Jul 2012