This Woy Woy institution will let you do seafood in a number of ways – fish and chips from the kiosk, fresh market to go, or (our pick) head out the back to the restaurant.
The light-filled dining room juts out onto the calm waters of Empire Bay, and has floor-to-ceiling windows so you can see pelicans zoom in and out, boats putt by and mangroves peacefully blowing the coastal breeze.
For first-rate seafood, literally, on the water, Woy Woy Fishermen's Wharf proves a hard spot to pass by. Family-owned and run for more than 40 years, Fishermen's Wharf was originally a small boat-hire business before becoming a fishmonger in the 1980's.
Becoming a restaurant in 2011, then enjoying a huge renovation a few years ago, the Wharf quickly built a reputation for its modern versions of classic seafood dishes made with exceptionally fresh fish.