The Best Seafood Delivery Services in Sydney for Your Next Dinner Party

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Entertaining season is here, but let’s face it, we’re always entertaining family, and friends in the summer months. While some enjoy hosting, others dread it, which is why getting a catered seafood platter or sashimi platter is the perfect option for your next dinner party.

Sydney offers many seafood delivery services, but if you want the best quality seafood, and exceptional delivery service, here are the best ones to order from.

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Best Fresh Fish Delivery Sydney

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Steve Costi’s Seafood

During lockdown, Steve Costi’s Seafood launched their new online store, delivering market-fresh seafood, prepared and packed each morning, directly to your door. You can choose from a huge selection of the freshest, highest quality seafood, including whole lobsters, fish fillets, oysters, prawns, seafood and sashimi platters, and ready-made meals such as seafood lasagna and fish pie. Have peace of mind knowing you’re ordering from the best in the business. Steve’s father opened a fish shop in Lakemba in 1958, and Steve Costi’s Seafood began back in 1985 with the opening of Steve’s first store in the world-class David Jones food hall on Market Street, Sydney.

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Manettas Seafood

This online and interactive marketplace brings together the best fishmongers in the industry onto one platform allowing you to have access to the freshness and variety of the seafood market without leaving home. It is the only premium delivery service that delivers across NSW, QLD, VIC and ACT metro and regional areas. Although seafood is their main identity, they also provide meats and fruit and vegetables, in partnership with Andrew’s Meats and Parisis. With Christmas just around the corner, be sure to get your orders in early for a hassle free holiday.

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FishMe is Sydney’s newest one-stop shop for all things seafood delivered to your door. Whether you want oysters for your opulent first home-opening or salmon sashimi for your girls night in, FishMe offers competitive pricing and fresh seafood. You will find an endless selection of mini sashimi platters, Alaskan King Crab, oysters, Hot Pot & BBQ Seafood Packages and even Patagonian Toothfish—to name a few. Prices start from $8.95 for Hokkigai Arctic Surf Clam Sashimi Tray to $225 for Seafood Sharing Platter. All menu items are made fresh to order and are delivered directly to your door, either ready to eat or for you to rustle up at home (minimum order value is $40).

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Peters Fish Market

Located in the heart of Sydney Fish Market since 1944, Peter’s has gained a huge following in the local and international seafood-loving community. You can order fresh seafood packs and bundles depending on your needs. They offer BBQ packs, ready to eat platters, sushi, sashimi, and whole fish. They even have sauces and condiments to go with your seafood. The online store is easy to navigate, with options to choose from according to your specific needs, whether you need whole fish or caviar. Prices are also reasonable, especially for prawns leading up to Christmas.

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De Costi, who sells his fresh seafood inside Sydney Fish Market has started a seafood online delivery service in Sydney, so you can get the same great produce delivered to your door. Under the name GetFish, simply choose what you want, including fresh whole fish and cuts, platters, and DIY kits. You can order half lobster mornay, seafood paella, oysters Kilpatrick, and aburi scallops. All the ingredients you need to throw an epic dinner party.

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East 33

One of Australia’s largest oyster producers will deliver oysters by the dozen direct to your door the next day. You can ask for shucked or unshucked and each pack contains a variety of oysters from different regions in NSW. Some are salty, some are sweet, and others are richer—think of it as a tasting platter. Regarding the price, expect to pay a pretty penny, but know that these oysters are as fresh as they get for online seafood delivery.

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All of the Sydney Food News You Need to Know

For all your Sydney food moments.

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There’s plenty to celebrate this year, from new menus to restaurants throwing parties, bottomless brunches, and more.

Here, we have the latest on Sydney’s food news, from chefs taking over restaurants to limited-edition menus and feasts for all your friends to enjoy.

  • To celebrate World Gin Day, and for one week only, gin and food lovers can try nagashi-sōmen—translating to ‘flowing noodles’— which sees noodles sent down a bamboo chute for diners to collect with chopsticks. The one-off experience will be hosted at Kid Kyoto, where guests can enjoy their flowing noodles alongside a menu paired with delicious KI NO BI Gin cocktails. Purchase tickets here.
  • Tuck into a Fireball Burger
  • Feeling the cold? Fireball Whisky and Bar Luca have teamed up for the ultimate firey menu. Offered for a limited time only, head down to Bar Luca for $6 Fireball shots all day, a Fireball shot and cocktail on arrival, and an all-you-can-eat bites of the full “Blame Fireball” menu on Saturday, July 1. Book a spot here
  • For two nights only, on Tuesday the 20th and Tuesday 27th of June, Graeme Hunt, Head Chef of Sydney’s trending late-night bar and dining venue at Zaffi, will be stepping up to the kitchen at award-winning bar PS40. Pop-up guests can expect a mosaic of colourful Lebanese-inspired bar snacks paired with exclusive midweek sips made by the mastermind behind the experimental bar, Michael Chiem.
  • Fan of Cinderella? The Great Hall is transforming into The Royal Palace for an enchanting high tea from July 1-2. There will be dancing and fun, and then Cinderella will run out of the venue leaving behind her glass slipper—the search for the missing beauty will begin. Tickets for the Cinderella High Tea costs $80-85 and you can purchase them here.
  • Grill’d has dropped two new burgers, and they’re beyond anything we could have imagined. Taking inspiration from Mexico, Grilld’s two new burgers are a Zesty Mexi and Luxe Nacho Burger. The Zesty Mexi features a black bean pattie with corn chips, tasty cheese, slaw, jalapenos, and chipotle mayo mixed with green tomatillo lime salsa. For meat lovers, the Luxe Nacho Burger is the same as the Zesty Mexi, but with a premium Wagyu pattie.

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