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We were expecting to find a seafood market, with different vendors and specialities, but the address took us to the same place as Rachael's seafood restaurant where we'd eastern the previous day!
It's actually just a couple of fish counters and a boat display next...More
Date of experience: September 2018
carmelbdarwin, Owner at Carmel's Seafood Market, responded to this reviewResponded September 8, 2018
I do apologise for any confusion as I am in the transition of a name change for that sole reason from Darwin Fish Market which conjures up the image of that being similar to the Sydney Fish Market or Melbourne Markets. You are not the...More
We are just visiting Darwin and ducked into the fish market to see if they had wild caught fish for sale. They had a great variety, very fresh and delicious baramundi, prawns and oysters that we selected. It was so delicious that I'm salivating at...More
I like to go on a cool day, to choose oyster and a handful of prawns. There are a few different types of prawn to choose from. Then, straight home and eat! Yum. Staff very friendly and seafood very fresh.
Mum and I went for lunch and we came away saying it is the worst seafood market (just a shop) we have ever been to and worst fish and chips we have ever had! We had snapper and it was not cooked in the centre...More
Date of experience: May 2018
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carmelbdarwin, Owner at Carmel's Seafood Market, responded to this reviewResponded July 27, 2018
Totally understand: we are just a shop - that is why we are currently in the middle of a name change from Darwin Fish Market to Carmel's Seafood Market therefore less confusion when people are visiting and expecting similar to the likes of Sydney Fish...More
Went to buy some prawns yesterday and they were around the same price as the supermarkets in town. We bought the 5kg box for $125 which worked out cheaper if you have time to eat that many. We had 7 people and a few days...More
We visited the Darwin Fish Market often whilst living in Darwin. We loved the fresh Jew fish. Each time we cooked it it was flavorsome and tender. We also tried a variety of prawns and octopus and was never dissapointed. Make sure you give the...More