North Bondi Beach wouldn't be the same without Sean's Panaroma, perched on a slight rise a stone's throw from the famous beach. It's been there since the mid-1990s and owner Sean Moran now graces his table with fresh produce grown on his farm in the Blue Mountains, aptly named "Farm Panaroma." Dishes change regularly and are only featured on a blackboard: they may include backed snapper with red capsicum (bell pepper), olives, eggplant, and tomanto, or a ravioli of zucchini,
mozzarella, and lemons. There are many fans in Sydney, but also a few that say the service is hit-and-miss (if not a bit arrogant), so be warned. A good way to while away a lazy day is the five-course degustation for A$110 and A$160 with wine.