A faithful disciple – The Australian (Feb. 2011)

April 30, 2011 //

I ONCE went to a renowned Hobart Cantonese for lunch, determined to spend someone else’s money, a cathartic notion. But several things got in the way.

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Saint Peter’s review – The Age Epicure (Feb. 2011)

Chef Maurice Esposito was banging on about sustainable seafood long before it became a hot-button issue.

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No small fry – Gourmet Traveller (Feb. 2011)

Maurice Esposito’s skill with seafood at Saint Peter’s just happens to be one of the best arguments there is for sustainable eating, writes Michael Harden.

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Serious seafood in the CBD – Herald Sun (Jan. 2011)

NEW CBD brasserie Saint Peter’s plumps for seafood and lots of it. You’ll find schools of many briny beasts to choose from, and the cooking is good and sometimes better. It’s also often original, and always fresh and simple.

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The Age – Good Weekend

November 27, 2010 //

Saint Peter’s – A new restaurant named in honour of the patron saint of fishermen has opened in the CBD with a charter to serve only sustainable produce. Maurice Esposito has joined with Mariano Massaro
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Melbourne Magazine

October 20, 2010 //
Melbourne Magazine Review

It’s been on his mind for the past 10 years, but finally, seafood specialist and owner of Esposito’s in Carlton Maurice Esposito gets to open his second restaurant.
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Broadsheet Melbourne

October 12, 2010 //
Saint Peter

Named after the patron saint of fishermen, St Peter, Maurice Esposito opens his sustainable seafood restaurant in the city.
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