A year ago, when the fish market was just coming to life, it was a chaotic place.
Hundreds of fish were on sale every day.
But that has changed since the opening of the Market Garden in the summer of 2018.
“The fish market has grown a lot, from about 50 fish in February to 200 fish now,” said Praveen Gaur, a manager at the fish and seafood market in Ponce City Market.
“It’s grown so much, we have to be careful that the price is not inflated.”
The market’s popularity is one reason why it’s attracting a lot of tourists from across the country.
The fish market also has an Indian-themed theme.
Gaur said he sees Indian tourists buying fish and selling it at the market.
“They want to know about Indian cooking, and Indian culture,” he said.
But what do they get for their money?
A lot of the fish sold at the Fish Market Garden is from the United States.
“We are importing most of our fish from the U.S. to the market,” Gaur added.
But there are still some fish left over from a previous sale, and those are being processed at the Ponce de Leon Food Market, located in the south of the city.
“I don’t think the market is going to have any problems,” Gaj said.
“When the market opens, there will be some Indian products.”
Ponce, home to many restaurants and boutiques, has a history of producing and selling Indian food.
The market is not a traditional market, but instead is a collaboration between the Piscataway City and Piscato-Rome Indian restaurants.
In the past, Indian food and drink was sold only at the markets.
In recent years, restaurants have started to serve food from the market as well.
In Ponce city, there is also a restaurant and market, with a menu that includes Indian food such as chicken, vegetables, fish, rice, fish curry, and fish and rice.
Gauri said they are looking to expand the market to more Indian restaurants, which is why the Pascato-Romagna Indian restaurants are starting to sell their fish at the Market.
The Fish Market is part of a $1 billion development plan that will transform the Pissato-Romano Indian neighborhoods of Ponce-Saint-Martin, Pascatello and Saint-Martin.
In its inaugural year, the market will include a pavilion with a new pavilion that will be open to the public, and the area will be made more appealing to tourists.
The plan is to expand that pavilion to include a larger kitchen and a new market, according to Gaur.