Fine Dining Restaurants
These restaurants don't have Michelin stars. That may be because Michelin doesn't rate restaurants in their country, or that they failed one of Michelin's criteria. Either way, we think they're great and well worth a visit.
You can access our reviews from the list below or the Locations... menu to the left:
In Adelaide, Australia
- The Manse (142 Tynte St., North Adelaide). World class food and beautiful decor.
- Magill Estate (78 Penfold Rd, Magill). Molecular cuisine Australian style.
- Àuge (22 Grote Street). The best tuna I have ever eaten.
- Vincenzo's Cucina Vera (77 Unley Road, Parkside). A shrine to the rewards of patience.
- Jolleys Boathouse (1 Jolleys Lane). Piggy perfection.
In Melbourne, Australia
- Rockpool Bar & Grill (Crown Complex). It's all about the cow.
- Vue de Monde (Normanby Chambers). Hard to get a table but worth the effort.
- Cutler & Co (55-57 Gertrude Street, Fitzroy). Suckling pig of joy.
In Sydney, Australia
- est (252 George St). Three hat food - see what the fuss is about.
- Marque (4/5 355 Crown St, Surry Hills). Sometimes challenging but seriously creative.
- Tetsuya's (529 Kent Street). Refined and delicate.
Elsewhere in Australia
- The Lane (Ravenswood Lane, Hahndorf). One of our all time favourite lunch spots.
- Marque IV (Elizabeth St Pier, Hobart). Very nearly excellent.
- Appellation (Seppeltsfield Road, Marananga). Creative food, excellent service.
- National Portrait Gallery (St. Martins Place, London). Best view in London and tasty food to boot.
- Le Train Bleu (1er etage Gare de Lyon, Paris). Belle Epoque beauty and classy looking food.
In New York, the USA
- Eleven Madison Park (11 Madison Avenue). You can have too much of a good thing.
- Gramercy Tavern (42 East 20th Street). Good food without pretension.
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