These restaurants range from a "hole in the wall" Lebanese restaurant to some excellent café style places. The one thing they all have in common is the quality and tastiness of the food. Decor and service are another question entirely!
You can access our reviews from the list below or the Locations... menu to the left:
In Adelaide, Australia
- Jerusalem Sheshkebab House (131b Hindley St.). The best falafel in town.
- Assaggio (92-94 King William Road, Hyde Park). Flashy decor not matched by the food.
In Sydney, Australia
- Bodega Tapas (216 Commonwealth St, Surry Hills). The best tapas ever tasted.
- Brazuca (48 N. Steyne, Manly). Not one for vegetarians - meaty fun Brazilian style.
In Willunga, Australia
- Russell's Pizza (13 High St). Delightfully quirky venue plus tasty wood oven pizzas.
- Fino (8 Hill Street). Regional based home cooking.
Elsewhere in Australia
- Montrachet (224 Given Terrace, Paddington). A perfect French bistro in Brisbane.
- The Salopian Inn (Cnr McMurtrie & Main Rd, McLaren Vale). Gutsy peasant style cooking in a premier wine region.
- MoVida Next Door (164 Flinders Street, Melbourne). Tiny but tasty tapas.
- Warung Babi Guling Ibu Oka (Jalan Suweta, Ubud). Suckling pig Balinese style.
- Ottolenghi (287 Upper Street, Islington). Salad as an art form.
- Les Retrouvailles (38 Rue du Boeuf, Lyon). An absolute treasure - cheap, fabulous food served by a comic book French chef.
- Le Fouquet's (99 Av des Champs-Elysees, Paris). The best chips in Paris.
- Targa Bistrot (Lungarno Colombo 7, Firenze). A memorable meal served by a great chef and charming host.
- Taller de Tapas (Placa Sant Josep Oriol 9, Barcelona). Sunshine and perfect sardines Spanish style.
In the USA
- Porchetta (110 East 7th Street, New York). Pure piggy heaven.
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