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SYD­NEY Saint Peter

Josh Niland’s first out­ing could soon be Aus­tralia’s best seafood restau­rant – show­cas­ing ex­cep­tional, lo­cal fruit de mer, util­is­ing the whole fish and cham­pi­oning fish of­fal. The brunch in­cludes oys­ters, a sea urchin crum­pet, span­ner crab omelette and grilled sar­dines on toast. 362 Ox­ford St, Padding­ton


The cou­ture-clad crew are on the move, nab­bing this Surry Hills site just as Movida makes an exit. Porteño on Cleveland is now an event space, but Porteño on Holt is tak­ing the Ar­gen­tinian meat den to new food sweat heights. 50 Holt St, Surry Hills

Butcher & the Farmer

Eth­i­cal and sus­tain­able cru­sader Jared Inger­soll is back with a gi­ant 300-seater in the re­de­vel­op­ment of the Rozelle Tram sheds. Think fire pits and Aus­tralia’s largest ro­tis­serie slow cook­ing all meats. 1 Dal­gal Way, For­est Lodge

MEL­BOURNE Ricky and Pinky

An­drew Mccon­nell is con­stantly evolv­ing, hav­ing bashed down the walls of his pop­u­lar bistro, Builders Arms Ho­tel, and Moon Un­der Wa­ter, to try his hand at some­thing new. This is a mod­ern and fun spin on Chi­nese, with lazy Su­sans and a space big enough to feed 130 dumpling dis­ci­ples. 211 Gertrude St, Fitzroy

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