Graze the afternoon away with a few of Australia’s best chefs at Hinterland Feijoas, Australia’s first certified organic feijoa farm on the Sunshine Coast. With a menu celebrating the tasty uniqueness of the feijoa fruit. Bringing the farm to the table are Clayton Wells (Automata & A1 Canteen, Sydney), Matt Stone (Oakridge, Yarra Valley) and Darren Robertson (Three Blue Ducks & The Farm) who all share the philosophy of preparing fresh, sustainable, locally-sourced whole-foods.
For Good Food Month, you’re invited to join Thomas and Clayton in an intimate sitting of just 50 people. You’ll be treated to the finest in-season produce over a multi-course dinner, including wine and beer.
Thomas Frebel is truly the chef’s chef, and together with Sydney favourite Clayton Wells, this is an event that food lovers will relish. Destined to sell out very quickly, please don’t hesitate in buying your tickets to one of the most exciting food events in the calendar.
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.