Sydney fine dining that looks as good as it tastes If you’re after food that stimulates all your senses and delivers fine dining in Sydney that is as visually satisfying as it is tasty, Automata is the place to visit. The menu is made of choices that combine vibrant colours with refined presentation skills so that each dish reflects a collective passion for culinary aesthetic.
Making reservations for lunch at Automata is the ideal way to catch up on what’s hot in the local food scene and have an experience in fine dining that would be hard to beat. If the futuristic, industrial decor doesn’t wow you, the food is guaranteed to please (not to mention, totally photogenic).
Singapore might've planted the flag in Sydney, thanks to Singaporean hotelier Loh Lik Peng's Old Clare Hotel and developer Stanley Quek's Kensington Street restaurants, but the opening of a branch of Automata proves it's still a two-way street.
Fine dining isn’t dead, but it is definitely reinventing itself, as diners look for the upscale food they love packaged with a buzzy, convivial atmosphere, flexible hours and fewer rules. Note the more modest four-course tasting menus being rolled out at Canberra’s classy Aubergine, Sydney’s Automata, the Hunter Valley’s Muse, and more.
The Australian Financial Review is proud to again present Australia's Top 100 Restaurants awards. Our top restaurateurs and chefs have ridden Australia's modern prosperity and the global foodie craze to become a signature national industry, reflecting the quality of our produce, the reliability of our standards and the diversity of our culture.
Carriageworks’ exclusive dinner series, Sydney Table, brings together Sydney’s best chefs and creatives for four new unique dining experiences during Vivid Sydney 2017.
Following a sold-out series in 2016, Mike McEnearney curates a lineup featuring Australia’s most respected chefs — together with Creative Director Tony Assness, and Lee Tran Lam as Master of Ceremonies.
This is the theme of the latest installment of Canon's The Lab series via Leo Burnett Sydney, which aims to shift creative thinking behind the lens. The latest episode, titled The Lab - Menu, sees three photographers challenged to create images inspired by a blind tasting experience at acclaimed Sydney restaurant Automata - with none other than founder and head chef, Clayton Wells.