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Put your sea legs to good use this Easter long weekend with a list of our favourite seafood dishes for sharing with your family and friends.

1. Chiswick at the Gallery

Take a cultured stroll around the NSW Art Gallery in Sydney in the morning and then treat yourself to some lunch – may we suggest some delicious Sydney Rock Oysters with plum, ginger and white pepper, the scrumptious seared Cone Bay barramundi,and a carafe of a flavoursome, spicy Argentinian red wine. The renowned Matt Moran has hit the spot again with the perfect mix of casual luxe and fresh, flavour-filled produce that echoes the original, famed Chiswick in Wollahra. Chiswick_at_the_Gallery

Image; Chiswick. 

 

2. Phillipe

Philippe Mouchel is what food legends are made of. Settled into a chic Melbourne lane-way, the newly opened Philippe has quickly become a favourite around town. There’s traditional French dishes like a Wild Barramundi fillet with linguini and soup de poisson or a smokey charcoal grilled flounder – and even some vegetarian options like the mouth-watering chestnut veloute. Our personal favourite? Signature Oysters served from the raw bar, with seawater jelly and Chantilly (not that we’re biased!).

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3. Saint Peter Paddington

When Josh and Julie Niland opened the doors to Saint Peter last year, they reset the seafood bar at a whole different level. The Niland’s favourite Signature Oysters? Dave Tunsteads Rock Oysters from Port Macquarie, which have “a grapefruit rind and watermelon skin and a short, sharp metallic finish followed by a zinc tang on the back pallet.” This seafood only space is perfect for a Good Friday lunch or dinner, where everything is on the menu. Yum.

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Image; I’m Still Hungry

 

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