Seafood King Josh Niland Is Opening a Stall at the Carriageworks Farmers Market
Like its Paddington sibling, the weekly Fish Butchery market stall will be slinging sustainably caught fresh seafood, take-home dinner packs and snacks to-go.
As the brains behind celebrated Paddington restaurant Saint Peter and more recently the new-school fish shop Fish Butchery, Josh Niland has earned himself a reputation as one of Sydney's kings of seafood. Now, the chef is adding another fish-focused offering to his stable, with plans to open a weekly Fish Butchery market stall at the Carriageworks Farmers Market.
Launching this Saturday, August 11, the new venture will riff on its Oxford Street sibling, celebrating sustainably caught fresh seafood, expertly butchered and ready to cook. There'll be an oft-changing haul to choose from, as well as dinner packs, with all the trimmings necessary to create the likes of a bouillabaisse, a native curry, or a four-person family fish feast.
Those less inclined to hit the kitchen will also find a rotating selection of grab-and-go snack options, like his coveted hot fish pies.
Find Niland's Fish Butchery stall at Carriageworks Farmers Market each Saturday.
Published on August 07, 2018 by Libby Curran