Closing the door on Gastro Park, Grant King looks south for his new guiding star at The Antipodean. And, writes Pat Nourse, the results are most promising.
There’s drama in the look and on the plate at the new Kisume, but does it all add up to good times? Michael Harden puts it through its paces.
Neil Perry’s osteria is a welcome addition to Sydney dining, delivering straight-up Italian food with plenty of sophistication.
Beechworth local Project Forty Nine brings a slice of Italy seasoned with regional Victoria to Collingwood, writes Michael Harden.
Are you looking for pioneering Australian fine dining in high-definition, served with low-key cool? Pat Nourse presents the case for Sixpenny.
Experience. Know-how. Old-school hospitality. The Recreation is a polished operation with a firm focus on flavour and style, writes Michael Harden.
Vast new Barangaroo restaurant 12-Micron offers much to intrigue the discerning aesthete. And, writes Pat Nourse, some of it is very tasty indeed.
With a menu informed by the flavours of the Med and an unbeatable beachfront location, Captain Moonlite nails the seaside-dining brief, writes Michael Harden.
Atlas Dining transports diners to a new culinary destination every four months, writes Michael Harden, and pulls it off with aplomb.