Saint Peter


saint-peter-tailJoshua and Julie Niland’s new Paddington restaurant Saint Peter showcases Australian sustainably sourced seafood…a menu that changes daily, the best quality fish available, new options such as dry-aged fish and fish offal. Great attention to detail flows into everything they do.

Australian Gourmet Traveller said “The salty smack of Petit Clair de Lune oysters with a half-bottle of oysterman Steve Feletti’s Borrowed Cuttings picpoul and some fine and honeyed Berkelo sourdough and cultured butter. Charry herring contrasted with the freshness of a parsley salad. Pale chopped albacore, raw and shining with citrus on crisps of bread. Lush rillettes of ocean trout hidden under rounds of radish. The pleasures of seafood at Saint Peter are great and they are many.”

Saint Peter
362 Oxford Street, Paddington
Tel 02 8937 2530

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Oyster Zen

Wine and kisses_IMG_2039Moonlight Kisses & Borrowed Cuttings Piquepoul Blanc…pure Oyster Zen.

We’re a winner in delicious. Magazine Produce Awards!

DPA State WinnersThe 2016 delicious. Magazine Produce Awards have been announced and we are proud to announce that our Moonlight Kiss Sydney rock oysters have been a winner in the 2016 State Winners ‘From the Sea’ category.

The 2016 delicious. Produce Awards saw a new approach to the Awards’ nomination process with the country’s top chefs and restaurateurs asked to nominate the passionate producers they work so closely with. The awards are the result of the delicious. Produce Awards State Judges meeting tasting their way through the crop of nominees in the Earth, Dairy, Paddock and Sea categories. The State Winners will now progress to the national judging phase.

delicious. Editor-in-chief Kerrie McCallum said: “Australia’s produce, producers and chefs are globally renowned for excellence. Opening nominations in 2016 exclusively to the country’s leading industry experts has meant the calibre of entries this year is unprecedented in terms of quality and innovation, including some really exciting new producers we haven’t seen on the Produce Awards stage before.

The State Winners are blind-tasted by a national panel of judges who decide the overall category winners, revealed at a special event in Sydney on September 12.