In the heart of St. Leonards, Sydney, lies a culinary gem that has been making waves in the gastronomic world. Petermen, the brainchild of partners Josh and Julie Niland, recently earned itself Two Hats at The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide 2024 awards.
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At the core of Petermen’s philosophy lies a deep-rooted dedication to championing growers and producers who are pushing boundaries in their respective fields. The restaurant is a beacon for those seeking to elevate the standard and change the culture of how we perceive and consume food. Josh Niland’s passion for sustainable sourcing is palpable in every aspect of Petermen’s operation.
An element in Petermen’s dining experience which may go unnoticed is the integration of NOROCK’s Parkway self-stabilising table bases in antique bronze. Our patented bases ensure a seamless and stable dining experience, allowing guests to focus on the culinary creations before them. The antique bronze finish adds a touch of timeless elegance, perfectly complementing its sophisticated interior. This isn’t the first time the Niland’s have specified NOROCK’s, you’ll also find our table bases at their restaurants Charcoal Fish and Fish Butchery. This exemplifies the Niland’s attention to detail in all aspects of their restaurants, and a strong desire to provide an incredible dining journey to their patrons, again and again.
Petermen’s menu is a harmonious symphony of the finest Australian seafood and vegetables. Each dish is a testament to Josh Niland’s unparalleled expertise in seafood, recently winning the Oceania Cruises Chef of the Year award at The Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Food Guide Awards. With an unwavering commitment to sustainability, the menu showcases a diverse range of seafood, from the rock oyster starters to the yellowbelly main.
Petermen is not merely a restaurant; it is a testament to the transformative power of culinary artistry and a celebration of the bounty that Australia’s land and sea have to offer. With our self-stabilising table bases providing a stable foundation for Josh Niland’s culinary masterpieces, diners are in for an experience that is as extraordinary as it is unforgettable.
Petermen: 66 Chandos Street, St Leonards NSW 2065
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