Five ways to celebrate Darling Harbour’s inaugural Sydney Oyster Week

Sydney Oyster Week (or rather Sydney Oyster 10-days) is upon us, currently running up until 30th September with just about everything a self-respecting oyster lover could want (ie, cheap-as-chips high quality oysters).

It’s the first year for this briny celebration, so you can expect the ever-changing Darling Harbour to be showing off their best side, from the luxe Sofitel and stalwart Nick’s Seafood Restaurant, to The Port and Fratelli Fresh.

Here are the spots you need to go to get involved.

Oysters and Champagne at Sofitel Sydney Darling Harbour

Head to Champagne Bar on September 26 and 27 where “FOUR Oysters & Wines” will see oysters from leading Australian regions paired with wines from local vineyards for an epically lush tasting event. And if you can’t make it on those two days, head along anyway – the Champagne Bar is doing up $1.95 oysters all week.

Champagne Bar, Level 3, 12 Darling Drive, Sofitel Sydney, Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW 2000

Dozen of Oysters at The Watershed Hotel

Enjoy half a dozen Sydney rock oysters with ponzu sauce and a glass of wine, sparkling or tap beer for $29; or indulge in a full dozen Sydney rock oysters and a glass of wine, sparkling or tap beer for $40.

198 Harbourside, Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW 2000

Complimentary Chandon at Nick’s Seafood Restaurant

For every dozen oysters purchased, patrons will receive a complimentary glass of Chandon.

T.102 Cockle Bay Wharf, Sydney NSW 2000

$1 Oysters at The Port

Head to The Port to sample some of Sydney’s finest rock oysters for only $1 each. Wash them down with a $10 glass of Maison Mumm with every oyster purchase.

2-10 Darling Dr, Darling Harbour, Sydney NSW 2000

Sydney Oyster Week at Fratelli Fresh

Fratelli Fresh is jumping on board for Sydney Oyster Week, serving a deal where for every full-priced drink purchased, you can enjoy up to six oysters at just $1 a pop.

ICC Sydney, tenancy 2/14 Darling Dr, Sydney NSW 2000

Sydney Oyster Week ends on 30th September.

Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

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