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Mutrah Fish Market

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Mutrah Fish Market

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Konstantia M wrote a review May 2020
Piraeus, Greece1,409 contributions149 helpful votes
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It is not a real tourist attraction but it worths a visit. It is situated near the old port, near the Marina hotel. Is an authentic fish market were you can take pictures and interact with the locals who are very gentle. Also, you can find fruits and vegatbles in low prices. If you have time, pay a visit!
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Chris H wrote a review Mar 2020
Muscat, Oman8 contributions5 helpful votes
Lets face it, it's not really a tourist attraction, at least not for me. The old market, or souq, had more of an attraction because of its history, but this is new. We were there to buy fish (and veg next door) so unless you really want to see lots of dead fish, why bother?
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Date of experience: July 2019
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BorntocruiseUK wrote a review Jan 2020
Heathfield, United Kingdom11,099 contributions392 helpful votes
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Situated close to the port gates, this makes it very easy for visitors off the many cruise ships that visit this lovely port. Start walking in one end and a natural flow takes you out into the vegetable market. It’s a hive of industry as some are preparing the fish whilst others sell it. I thought it would be quite smelly but surprisingly it wasn’t. A whole range of fish and shell fish is for sale.
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Date of experience: January 2020
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Werther Veulemans wrote a review Nov 2019
Leuven, Belgium424 contributions6,286 helpful votes
The local Omani’s are super gentil, it’s an authentic way of negotiating and communicating with them (this is already a souvenir on its own). Super fun to just have a quick look and take pictures! 🐟
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Date of experience: November 2019
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safakAntalya wrote a review Sep 2019
antalya71 contributions25 helpful votes
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It is located at the West end of the Mutrah Corniche. There is plenty of parking space. You must go there early (around 07:00 a.m.) to see the variety of seafood. There is also a fruit and vegetable market inside. As time passes, liveliness and variety drops. Prices are quite reasonable. Big red mullets, for example, are sold at 2 OMR per kg. At the end of the building, you can give your seafood for preparation (removal of organs & fish scales etc.). Having your seafood prepared, I suggest you to go to the restaurant just across the street for cooking. Upon your preference, they fry or stew it for you for 2 OMR per kg.
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Date of experience: September 2019
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