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By Melanie Colwell
October 29, 2019
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By Melanie Colwell
October 29, 2019
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These days, new restaurants love to shout about their ethical practices from the rooftop. A decade ago, this was less common. So, when sustainable seafood restaurant Love Fish popped up on the scene in Rozelle, it made quite the splash. Led by Michelle Grand-Milkovic and Michael Milkovic, Love Fish set about proving that sustainability didn't need to be adopted at the expense of innovation — and, in fact, it could do the opposite.

In 2018, the couple brought these values to Barangaroo's waterfront with a second iteration of Love Fish. Here, you can expect the same focus on fresh, locally and sustainably sourced goods prepared with simple techniques that hero the produce. That means dishes like salt and pepper calamari with chorizo powder and wasabi mayo; chargrilled octopus with roasted chickpeas and tahini; and grilled Coral Coast barramundi fillet. The wine list is equally considered with the majority of labels sourced from Australia and New Zealand.

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