Top Five Restaurants in Australia

04 Sep 2014
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Are you from the land down under, or are you planning a trip there? If so, get your reservations in to Australia’s top five restaurants…


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Cuisine| Perched on the edge of Sydney Harbour with a view overlooking Australia’s most famous architectural landmarks, the gleaming white waves of the Opera House and great heights of Harbour Bridge,’s award-winning restaurant Quay is the stuff of culinary dreams.

Upper Level, Overseas Passenger Terminal, The Rocks, Sydney 2000|


Head Chef | Phil Wood

Cuisine | Focusing on ‘modern Australian cuisine’, the Rockpool is eponymous with fine dining and elegance in Sydney. Priding itself on its use of fine Australian produce, the restaurant celebrates traditional cuisine while approaching it with a soupcon of modernity.

11 Bridge Street, Sydney, NSW 2000, Australia |


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Cuisine | Combining his ‘eternal dissatisfaction’ with his indisputable skill and finesse, created modern cuisine at its finest. Having gained experience with some of the world’s best chefs, he set up his Surry Hills-based restaurant, which is considered a go-to place for a feast of balanced, though-out dishes.

5/355 Crown St, Surry Hills NSW 2010 |


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Cuisine | Setting the benchmark for fine dining in Melbourne very high, Attica is renowned throughout the country. believes that food is more than just about consuming something delicious, but it is a means to evoking emotions and thoughts. His use of fresh and high quality ingredients echoes this wonderful dining experience.

74 Glen Eira Rd, RipponleaVIC |


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Cuisine | Taking inspiration from his heritage, Chef Wakuda has brought ’s to global attention. The restaurant is critically acclaimed for its combination of French techniques and Japanese culinary philosophies.

529 Kent Street, Sydney NSW 2000 |