photo credit: Josh Niland
Saint Peter is one of the hardest reservations to get in Sydney, but a meal at this fine dining spot is a seafood experience like no other. Billed as “fin to scale” dining, Saint Peter serves a set menu of sustainable seafood prepared carefully by chefs right in front of you at a marble-top bar. And as serious as that sounds, it makes for a theatrical experience that’s a whole lot of fun. You’ll need to plan ahead if you want the full dinner experience, but lunch is a little more casual, with an a la carte menu of oysters, fish charcuterie, and a selection of salads and vegetables. And, if you’re interested in a spin on the classic fish and chip shop, the same chef owns Charcoal Fish, where the beer-battered stuff comes with yogurt tartare sauce, and you can order Murray cod fish wings.