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From street stalls to beach resorts, the exacting taste of emperors has left a remarkable legacy in central Vietnam. Kendall Hill eats like a king.
Chef Luke Powell has trained his exacting skills on platters of wood-fired goodness at LP’s Quality Meats, writes Pat Nourse. Bring a posse.
Rediscover the true taste of tomatoes – there’s no substitute for the home-grown, vine-ripened real thing.
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The sunshine capital offers chic new stays.
Gallic good times indoors and out – it’s our French issue and here's a preview of the recipes.
Here are some of our favourite addresses for extended spells away, whether for work or play.
Bouillabaisse, salade Nicoise, pissaladiere, ratatouille… our collection of these classic Provencal recipes, and many more, is waiting for you in our latest slideshow.
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We've kept things light and served the chicken with tender green beans, but it would also be great with a creamy mash or rice pilaf to soak up the braising juices.
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Wondering what’s on the menu in Australia’s best-loved international beach destination? Kendall Hill reports on the coolest places to eat, drink and make merry in Bali.
If you were seeking evidence for the ever-evolving diversification and specialisation of Australia's small-bar culture, The Everleigh would make a good Exhibit A. This is a bar for grown-ups, a bar that takes its business seriously, but does so in a way that eschews intimidation. That seriousness is focused on making sure customers have a good time through the fine-tuning of drinks, service and music with an experienced hand. It might be a meticulously curated bar but it never feels staged or pretentious. It's also a whole lot of fun, like the fantasy of a cocktail bar made real. Make ours a double. The Everleigh, Level 1, 150-156 Gertrude St, Fitzroy, Vic, (03) 9416 2229
We've made our decisions and folded our napkins. Please raise
your glass to the winners of the 2013 Australian Gourmet Traveller
WORDS MAX ALLEN, MICHAEL HARDEN & PAT NOURSE PHOTOGRAPHY DIEU TAN, JARED FOWLER, VANESSA LEVIS, BEN DEARNLEY, MARCEL AUCAR & JULIAN KINGMA
Check out the rest of our 2013 Restaurant Awards coverage here.