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21st Jul 2017

Our top 5's:

Dave and Alicia's Best :
  1 : Tetsuya's
  2 : Attica
  3 : Vue de Monde
  4 : Bistro Guillaume
  5 : Rockpool Bar and Grill
Lachie & Sarah's Picks :
  1 : Attica
  2 : Jacques Reymond
  3 : The Lake House
  4 : Pearl
  5 : Matteo's

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Attica - Sun 28th Aug 2011

Far too long between visits

A lot has happened between now and the time I last visited Attica. It's gone from having the AGFG "Dish of the year" to being 73rd best restaurant in the world in 2010, to being the 53rd best in the world (according to the San Pellegrino restaurant awards)....

Philhellene - Tue 30th Dec 2008

The next big thing

The new kid on the block for ex-Piraeus Blues owner/operators John and Athanasia Rerakis, Philhellene sits comfortably on the border between traditional Greek fare and modern Australian adventure. We were lucky enough to grab a table between Christmas and New Yea...
Ocha - Mon 20th Jul 2009

Ocha is one of those places you'll never find, unless you're told about it. Hidden away in suburban Kew, we managed to secure a Friday night booking at the rather specific time of 8:10pm only because of a cancellation. From all reports, being on the waiting list for a table is the norm here, and reg...
Syracuse - Thu 11th Jun 2009

Late night supper

Nestled comfortably among the lawyers and bankers of Collins St, Syracuse has long been the haunt of the Friday-night suit crowd. The tall ceilings of the Victorian era Bank Place building reflect opulence and charm and the Mediterranean cuisine is built around a ...
Rockpool Bar and Grill - Thu 9th Apr 2009

Several months ago we were lucky enough to attend a truffle lunch in the Yarra Valley, where we were seated next to a rather prominent family in the Melbourne food scene. At one stage, the conversation turned inevitably to restaurants, and I overheard a snippet along the lines of "...I can't believe...






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