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.
WHAT GT LOVES THIS MONTH
Dishes and destinations • The Gourmet Traveller team share where they’ve been and what they’re eating.
Bread winners • International openings to have on your radar, a culinary cruise, the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival back in action, and Italian snacks worth seeking out.
SWEET AND SPICY
GREAT AUSTRALIAN BITES
ON THE PASS • with DANNY ROSSI, BELONGIL BEACH ITALIAN FOOD
THREE OF THE BEST
RETURN OF THE MELBOURNE FOOD & WINE FESTIVAL
TOGETHER AT LAST • The hospitality industry reunited for a star-studded night at Gimlet in Melbourne to celebrate the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Awards.
Gluten-free pasta • Fresh or dried. these five pastas are sans wheat but still full of flavour and bite.
Quince • More than just a paste on a cheese board, these golden fruits have their roots in ancient history, writes SIMON RICKARD.
ISABELLA MANFREDI • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet musician and music industry advocate Isabella Manfredi.
NEW SOUTH WALES & VICTORIA • A taste of Italy is growing on banks of the Murray River, writes SAMANTHA PAYNE.
A TASTE OF MURRAY DARLING
Dining out • This month, we explore some of the best new Italian dining around the country, including Lana in Sydney and Melbourne’s Di Stasio Carlton.
ROCK SOLID • Neapolitan classics get a modern makeover at this new kid on the Hobart block, writes ALIX DAVIS.
NO DRAMA • Great food without fuss or fluster defines Italian fine-diner Lana, writes ALEXANDRA CARLTON.
NATURALLY BETTER • Low-fi wines and flavour-forward dishes fire up Italian-accented good times in a buzzy, no-fuss setting, writes FIONA DONNELLY.
THE GOOD LIFE • Big flavours and attention to every detail make this new Italian in the neighbourhood a must-visit, writes MICHAEL HARDEN.
EVERYDAY • From weeknight suppers to simple entertaining, these everyday recipes keep things fresh, fast and simple.
THE ultimate EASTER Feast • Create a delicious Easter menu with the latest kitchen appliances from Harvey Norman
Easy CROWD-PLEASER • CREATE authentic woodfired PIZZA IN AS LITTLE AS TWO MINUTES IN THE BREVILLE PIZZAIOLO BENCHTOP OVEN
LIGHT starters • air-fry, cook, grill – CREATE RESTAURANT QUALITY SEAFOOD DISHES WITH INNOVATIVE TEFAL EASY FRY & GRILL AIR FRYER
Main EVENT • MAKE FAST WORK OF puréeing, blending and slicing WITH THE POWERFUL KITCHENAID FOOD PROCESSOR
HOMEMADE treats • MAKE light work OF THESE HOT CROSS BUNS THANKS TO THE SMEG HAND MIXER WITH A DEDICATED DOUGH HOOK
Sweet FINALE • Barista-style coffee IS READY TO SERVE WITH DESSERT THANKS TO THE JURA E8 AUTOMATIC COFFEE MACHINE
Gnudi • Simple to prepare, these spinach and ricotta dumplings make a quick and delicious alternative to gnocchi.
NOT MADE in ITALY • JORDAN KRETCHMER meets the producers that draw on Italian food-making traditions, but with an Australian edge.
VENICE’S NEXT RENAISSANCE • After the pause, the ancient lagoon city reconsiders its future and paves its way forward, writes EMIKO DAVIES.
SOMETHING FISHY • It was the...