Each issue is packed with great dish ideas, hot restaurants and bars, entertaining tips, the best hotels and lavish spreads on some of the world’s most intoxicating travel destinations - everything you should expect from the Australia's premier food and travel magazine.
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WHAT GT LOVES THIS MONTH
Dishes and destinations • The Gourmet Traveller team share where they’ve been and what they’re eating.
MIDAS TOUCH • New openings, philanthropic food, flight check, and the luxury fashion houses taking over hotels.
RESTAURANT NEWS • THE LATEST FROM CHEFS AND RESTAURANTS AROUND AUSTRALIA
ON THE PASS
FOOD FOR GOOD
FLY WITH ME • We check in and check out some of the world’s best premium flight experiences. This month we road test United Polaris, United Airlines’ business class
THREE TO TRY • DESIGNER HOTEL TAKEOVERS
SOUTH OF FRANCE CALLING • Join Gourmet Traveller editor Joanna Hunkin and Oceania Cruises for a spring evening soiree at Martinez in Sydney’s Circular Quay.
Chips • Whether you call them crisps or chips, there are few things more addictive than the crunch of golden fried potato. These are some of the best in class.
ABIGAIL ADRIANO • The Miss Saigon lead talks Filipino home cooking, sidelining a career in law, and carrying on a cultural legacy.
Lemons • This versatile hybrid fruit brings zest and zing to Mediterranean dishes, writes SIMON RICKARD.
AMAR SINGH • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month we meet the Australian of the Year 2023 NSW Local Hero, Amar Singh.
Dining out • This month, we return to Attica, sit at one of the country’s best omakases, drink up Bar Heather in Byron Bay and hit an Adelaide Hills’ institution.
ATTICA • Ben Shewry and his team prove why Attica is still as relevant as ever, writes MICHAEL HARDEN.
YOSHII’S OMAKASE • Behind a heavy sliding door at Crown Sydney, one of Australia’s trailblazing Japanese chefs exhibits a rare mastery of the craft, writes MATTY HIRSCH.
BAR HEATHER • This small Byron-meets-Paris wine bar boasts some big names and some even bigger flavours, writes TRISTAN LUTZE.
HARDY’S VERANDAH • Mount Lofty’s elegant fine-diner offers much more than good views, writes KATIE SPAIN.
A FRESH TWIST • Award-winning whisky, festival season, a legacy winemaker, top drops, and a toast to Australian sparkling.
SPOTLIGHT ON • Elle Foster, head sommelier at Restaurant Botanic, Adelaide SA.
DRINKS NEWS • TOP DROPS, NEW OPENINGS, AND INSIDE TIPS FROM THE EXPERTS
HEAD IN THE CLOUDS
NIC BOWEN • Winemaking is in Nic Bowen’s blood. As Howard Park Wines’ chief winemaker, he and the team make everything from sparkling wine to cabernet sauvignon, all of which reflect the Burch family’s Margaret River and Great Southern vineyards.
A toast to AUSTRALIAN SPARKLING • No longer a lesser drop reserved for “sham friends”, Australia’s finest bubbles are rising to the top, writes SAMANTHA PAYNE.
IRISH COFFEE • Each month, we explore the origins behind some of Australia’s signature drinks and learn how to recreate them at home.
3 IRISH WHISKEYS TO TRY
Gold stars • NED GOODWIN presents Aussie shiraz and chardonnay heroes and first-class Bordeaux and Champagne drops.
4 WINES TO TRY
EVERYDAY • From easy-to-prepare dishes for entertaining to simple suppers, these everyday recipes keep things fast and fresh.
Portuguese tarts • Crisp pastry, sunshine-yellow custard and a caramelised top make these tarts a global hit.
ANNUAL RESTAURANT AWARDS • Presenting the finalists in Gourmet Traveller’s...