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Sydney Seafood School: October 2010 classes

You have to be fairly quick off the mark if you want to book a place at the renowned Sydney Seafood School (SSS) at the Sydney Fish Market. Most of the September classes are already fully booked. So get your skates on and book your plaice soon (sorry!) if you want to book for an October class. The Sydney Fish Market (SFM) is one of the most prestigious and largest of its kind in the Southern hemisphere and the variety of fish available here is rivalled only by Japan. The Sydney Seafood School, which dates back to 1989, is reputed to be Australia‘s top cooking school. The history of the school is quite fascinating, much of the innovation being inspired by the need to educate customers about what to do with all the unusual varieties – many of which their earlier customers had never even heard of before. By the way, it’s not just fish on offer at the SFM. There’s also a bottle shop, a fruit and veg market and a deli. Classes on offer this October include: sushi, tapas, BBQ dishes as well as a variety of cuisines such as Spanish, Thai and Moroccan. It’s an inspiring menu of classes, I’m sure you’ll agree. The classes range in price from $85 – $155 and include a meal (which you’ve just learned how to cook) and complimentary wine tasting. The classes are in three parts, starting with a demonstration, then a hands-on cooking session, then you can enjoy your meal. Sydney Seafood School: October 2010 classes

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  1. This sounds fab i will need to look into it for my next visit to sydney. The seafood in sydney is really quite spectacular especially the morton bay bugs. sydney is definitely one of my favourite places to eat out in.

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