A DEEP DIVE I NTO SEAFOOD

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YOU’VE heard of the meat sweats, right? That glut­tonous sen­sa­tion when you’ve gorged your­self to car­niv­o­rous ex­tremes? Well, I re­cently ex­pe­ri­enced the seafood equiv­a­lent af­ter be­ing guided around four of Syd­ney’s top nosh spots for all things fishy by host Maeve O’Meara.

It be­gan with a break­fast serve of sea urchin donuts and cof­fee at Saint Peter’s in Padding­ton (think the most in­dul­gent tuna bagel, only bet­ter); fish pie and cider at nel (com­fort food heaven, near Cen­tral Sta­tion) for brunch; and the day rounded out – like my waist­line – with a les­son in mak­ing tomato and chilli crab lin­guini for lunch at Bar Machiev­elli, Rush­cut­ters Bay.

In be­tween were the tasti­est Por­tugese morsels from Bibo, the hottest new bar and eatery in Dou­ble Bay which served up the most de­li­cious bacaloa (salted cod). And in this week’s episode of this bril­liant se­ries, Movida’s Frank Camorra (pic­tured with O’Meara) shares his recipe for the same dish.

As al­ways, O’Meara is not only a charm­ing dining com­pan­ion but a font of all food knowl­edge, show­ing all of her nearly 20 years ex­pe­ri­ence in this job.

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