Fish restaurants

The Lobster Cave and the confusions of confusions

The Lobster Cave and the confusions of confusions

by Pam and Ed Imagine you were going to spend $330 on a meal for two. You could go for a four course a la carté at Vue de Monde for $150 a head (subject to the day and time of the week). You may bust your budget when you order a glass of wine each. Still, you get the full Vue De Monde experience. And the view. Or you could visit the Tuesday night Chef’s Table at Attica for […]

St Peter’s: Melbourne (fish) place

St Peter’s: Melbourne (fish) place

There are many complicated questions to answer on sustainability and eating fish. Should I eat farmed fish is one? What about tinned tuna? That has to be completely unsustainable I’m guessing. Thankfully, St Peter’s on Melbourne Place does all the thinking for you so you can relax and concentrate on eating truly delicious fish accompanied by decent Italian wine I wasn’t in the mood for a whole fish and was just up for a quick lunch so chose the Spaghettini […]

The Atlantic storms into Crown with Cooke

The Atlantic storms into Crown with Cooke

Through the fishnet, Southbank at sunset. For a country girt by sea, how few really great fish restaurants are there in Australia, let alone Melbourne? Come to think of it how few fish restaurants are there at all, beyond fish and chip shops? Bacash in South Yarra is famous for fish. As is Esposito in Carlton, it’s baby sister St Peter’s and the Albert Park Hotel and all are worth the detour. Donovan Cooke barking orders at the pass. Then […]