Gourmet Traveller

The art of… dining out

Like any dedicated food-lover, I don’t have an “ideal restaurant”. In food, as in love, the true connoisseur never confines themselves to a particular “type”. We embrace the full spectrum of edible experiences out there, perfectly willing – in fact, hoping – to find ourselves pleasantly surprised by something strange and new.

Over the past two decades, dining out in Australia has become a gloriously democratic pleasure, and Australian foodies know they’re just as likely to find a memorable meal at the

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