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.
STEP BACK IN TIME • Retro hotels, new restaurant openings, chefs share their nostalgic dining memories, a new food podcast, and cracking condiments.
EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW (AND FONDUE) AGAIN
LIGHT IT UP
ON THE PASS
THREE OF A KIND Retro hotels
BACK IN THE DAY DINING • Chefs share dining memories of yesteryear, from nostalgic chains to family rituals.
SUMMER NIGHTS • This November, Gourmet Traveller and Oceania Cruises invite you to join us for an evening of European elegance at Ormeggio at The Spit, as we look ahead to new adventures in 2023.
Little ray of sunshine • Escape to Noosa in November for a tantalising taste of luxury at the new pop-up Hotel Clicquot.
Party people • Hospitality’s best and brightest joined us for the Gourmet Traveller Restaurant Awards at Shell House.
PERFECTLY PROVENCE • A Provence Rosé for every occasion
OUR WINE EXPERTS
Picnic with friends
Fancy dinner party
Horseradish • This old-fashioned condiment delivers a heady kick to any dish. We discover five of the best horseradish root-powered pastes.
DYLAN ALCOTT • The Australian of the Year on backpacking, bold red wines, and boat trips on Lake Como.
Mangoes • Summer heralds the return of this sweet and exotic tropical fruit, writes SIMON RICKARD.
MATT MEWBURN • Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet blacksmith and workshop teacher, Matt Mewburn.
THREE COGNACS TO TRY
Mexico’s finest • There’s more to tequila than slammers and regrets. SAMANTHA PAYNE guides us through a flight of the agave-based spirit’s four essential styles.
Dining out • This month, we visit a Brisbane newcomer serving Chifa fare, and Lennox Hastie’s pinxtos bar Gildas.
CASA CHOW • A splash of Latino-Chino escapism with pisco-driven cocktails and an addictive playlist lights up Brisbane’s food scene, writes FIONA DONNELLY.
ANVERS • A sleek new diner on an Adelaide Hills winery offers a taste of the Med, writes KATIE SPAIN.
GILDAS • Firedoor’s Lennox Hastie opens a Basque-inspired wine and pintxos bar where walk-ins are welcome and everything’s easy, writes ALEXANDRA CARLTON.
CHAUNCY • A bijou French-leaning bistro in central Victoria is well worth the trip, writes MICHAEL HARDEN.
EVERYDAY • From weeknight suppers to simple entertaining, these everyday recipes keep things fresh, fast and simple.
Beef Wellington • Wrapped in golden puff pastry, this prime cut of beef with a rich layer of pâté and mushrooms is a classic crowd-pleaser.
PERFECT BLEND • Express your coffee style at home or in the office with the latest in barista-quality coffee machines with an impressive range of features.
DEFINING MOMENTS • For more than 55 years, Gourmet Traveller has reported on the evolving nature of dining trends. Here FIONA DONNELLY pinpoints the big shifts that have shaped the way Australians dine.
BEYOND white BREAD • What would old-school Australian...