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by Justine Crowley (subscribe)
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Published January 7th 2012


This is the only great alternative when it comes to quality seafood at Darling Harbour since Jordan's has since closed down. Nick's Seafood is also in a perfect location along the waterfront at Cockle Bay Wharf.

Expect the best tasting seafood, which could easily compete with Doyle's seafood restaurants. Beautiful and fresh mussels, and their salt and pepper squid is just so flavoursome, fresh and strong. The fish and chips is just so divine.

Come to this establishment reasonably hungry, and the best compliment to any host is always an empty plate. Gaze around the tables and will you see this as a regular event here.

You are paying for prestige and the ambience in tandem with outstanding service. You are getting your money's worth here. However the décor itself is quite disappointing for an upmarket seafood restaurant. No sane person would expect to pay top dollar to sit on a plastic like chair; you would expect something way more comfortable. The latter would be my only letdown with this establishment.

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Why? Quality seafood, perfect every time
When: Lunch or dinner
Where: 201 Sussex Street Sydney NSW
Cost: $40 per person depending on items ordered
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