The Pyrmont Growers Market takes place the first Saturday of every Month and this early starting Growers Market (7am-11am) is a smorgasbord of eats and produce; with cooking demonstrations to boot. A destination visit, the SMH Pyrmont Growers Market is a really rather fantastic market with some of Sydney’s best producers here showcasing their goodies and yes, they do sell out so you should get in earlier than later. It sides alongside the waterfront making for a pretty pleasant day out.

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It gets busy.

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Kinkawooka Mussells is here and they’re selling their juicy pot ready, debearded live mussells. The recipe for the mussells marrys Young Henrys with Pepe Saya Creme Fraiche and is a delicious yummy treat.

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If Brooklyn Boy Bagel‘s Matraville cafe is too far to get to; you’ll find Michael Safran here with his NYC, bagel, pretzels and more.

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A highlight this visit was meeting Pierre/Pepe Saya and tasting his delicious artisanal butter and then there’s the WA truffled butter now in season.

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Also here, cooking demonstrations and during our visit, Neil Perry and daughter Josephine Perry are on stage showcasing how to cook a bit of a delicious seafood stew: Blue-eyed Travella, mussell and saffron stew.

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Dessert Makers are here. They’ve got some great eating treats.

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Saffron cake samples and Saffron are sold at the Saffron stall.

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Award winning Brilliant Foods is here. There’s fresh seafood and chowder (ready to serve options) here.

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Also at the SMH Growers Market – a range of produce – fruit and veg and then some. Also spotted the yumcha food truck.

Coming round once a month; the SMH Pyrmont Growers Market is one everyone should experience. There’s heaps more stalls here – from Makmak Macarons to Black Star Pastry. There’s even a market tour that takes about 30 minutes (we strongly suggest doing your shopping first as the good stuff might sell out while you’re on tour). Pop in and check out all the eats and grab a coffee. You can even wander up to the star and grab some delicious PizzaPerta and Gelato Messina

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