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Bondi Icon – Sean’s Panorama – Dinner with Chris

Sean’s Panorama is a Bondi Icon. What better place for the return of one of this Blog’s regular posts “Lunch with Chris” however in true Covid fashion we had to pivot to dinner because Sean’s is only doing lunch on the weekend and Bondi on a weekend is not somewhere I want to be.

Also having just experienced Sean’s High Hopes Roadhouse in Bilpin the idea of local seasonal well cooked food blessedly free from Sydney’s frequent glitz and gimmick felt just about right at the moment.

This little beachfront restaurant looks like a coastal café but has the heart of a fine diner, and for nearly 25 years it has been setting the standard for thoughtful modern Australian cooking. These guys were all about the local produce long before it was cool.

There are three sittings to accommodate the restrictions during the time of Corona. One very impressive waitress did all three on her own with a great deal of grace and warmth. If you go, tip her well!

During Covid Sean’s Panorama is doing a fixed menu, three courses a choice of two dishes. BYO wine.
There is the plate of just out of the garden crudités, Chris had the terrine I had Cauliflower soup crowded with tiny mussels. Delicious. I went fish for my main and Chris Chicken we both finished with the blood orange tart with ginger…do have this if its on the menu.https://seanspanaroma.co

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  1. Better head down there some time. Never been as Bondi can be so incredibly difficult to park or get to from Newtown.

    Sounds and looks wonderful.

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