Bouillabaisse is the most famous fish stew of the Mediterranean made with cooked fish, shellfish and vegetables. To give the dish zeal a variety of herbs and spices are used.
The soup’s most distinguishing characteristics gives the soup what it is widely famous for, soupe d’or, soup of gold is derived from garlic, orange peel, basil, bay leaf, fennel and saffron.
Trattoria Prego’s bouillabaisse has a mix of fresh Kingfish, pippis, prawns and mussels.
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We have it on good authority that seafood and veggies are good to have before a flight. It’s recommended that you have a small, light and warm meal before you departing and this bowl of goodness is just one of the fantastic options on the menu at Trattoria Prego - Sydney International Airport’s only clay oven al fresco eatery.
With all the nutrients from the veggies and the fact that seafood contains omega 3 and loads of protein, we think that a visit to Trattoria Prego is a must before your long haul flight!