Sean's dining room is small, homely and quaint, with an eclectic collection of art on the peg-board walls and the odd knick-knack, lending the restaurant a distinct beach shack feel. The homeliness is enhanced by the tiny open kitchen where the tantalising scents of seasonal Australian cuisine waft freely through the air.
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Is this the most unpretentious hatted restaurant in Sydney? Sean's Panaroma (note: say, and spell, ‘pan aroma') is a Sydney institution which opened on Bondi's Campbell Parade, way back in 1993.
A man before his time, Sean Moran was one of the first chefs to implement a paddock-to-plate eating philosophy. He's against genetically modified foods and he, together with partner Michael Robertson, have designed their Bondi restaurant with a closed loop system that involves composting and recycling. Aside from the ethical eating to be done there, one of the big draw-cards of this restaurant is view. Stunning vistas of Bondi's coastline can be observed from the dining room and it's a landscape that doesn't disappoint, regardless of the weather.