According to its website, Blue Fish claims to receive "two daily supplies of fresh seafood direct from the Fish Market". To their credit, Blue Fish does seem to live up to this promise--our Marinara boat was sinking with fresh octopus, mussels, pippies and prawns. No frozen marinara mix to be seen, although the prawns were a little lacking in flavour and two chunks of bread on the bottom of the dish created the illusion of height. The sauce was a little sweet but overall a pleasing non-greasy dish.
We also sampled the fish and chips which were good, but not spectacular--the batter was a little more greasy than light for our liking.
Service was average--we waited for ages for our order to be taken and our drinks took a while to arrive. Their desserts (apparently all made on the premises) do look tempting (mango and mascarpone tart, white chocolate and passionfruit souffle, and vanilla creme brulee) so maybe we'll have to come back for a second opinion.
Blue Fish seafood marinara boat $26.50
Selection of fresh squid, oky, mussel, pippies and prawns
quickly pan-fried with tomato, garlic, chilli and parsley
Blue Fish Famous Fish Chips $19.90
Beer battered and served with house tartare sauce
Shop 287 Harbourside Shopping Centre
Darling Harbour, Sydney
Tel: +61 (02) 9211 0315
Breakfast, Lunch & Dinner 7 Days Till Late
Fully Licensed, B.Y.O. Corkage $ 4.00 Per Person
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