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If you eat at only one restaurant in Sydney, make it Sean’s

If you eat at only one restaurant in Sydney, make it Sean’s
Sean Moran at work in the kitchen. (Image: Ilsa Wynne-Hoelscher for The Wall Street Journal)
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By Odette WilliamsIn my 20s, I lived around the corner from Sean’s Panaroma, in my hometown of Sydney. At the time, my roommate Rosie and I – both broke actresses – would walk past the restaurant on our way home from a swim at North Bondi Beach and wish, one day, to be taken there on a date. Fed up waiting, I asked my nan and mum to take me for my birthday. Even without the snogging, it was everything I imagined: simple and perfect.All these years later, I’m interested in the notion of a meal holding the key to a pl...

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