Sam Prince has expanded the Méjico brand with a spin-off concept that revolves around Australian seafood.
Méjico Fish Market has opened on Campbell Parade in Sydney’s Bondi Beach and sees a focus on locally sourced and sustainably farmed large fish.
Prince was inspired to create the venue after enjoying fish-centric venues during his travels across the globe.
“Sam was also inspired by the open kitchens he has seen around the world, seeing chefs or fishmongers working their magic for all to see – he wanted to bring that experience to Méjico Fish Market, so when guests walk through you’ll be able to catch a glimpse,” says COO Karen Westfield.
Diners are able to dine in or takeaway from a menu that covers everything from fish bowls to fish burritos that feature yellowfin tuna from Coffs Harbour, Coral Coast barramundi or trout from Tasmania, to name a few.
The burritos are served with lime rice, turtle beans, corn, hibiscus hot sauce and jicama salsa, with the fish bowls seeing a base of herby lime rice teamed with greens, puffed wild rice and seeds, tomato salsa and a choice of dressings.
Méjico’s signature guacamole with plantain chips is also available at the eatery along with the corn ribs with chilli, lime, miso and crispy onions.
Méjico Fish Market is open for lunch and dinner daily.