The shores of Noosa, the clear blues of Bondi Beach, the Yarra’s bustle, the serenity of Lake Burley Griffin. A good view doesn’t guarantee a good time, but the places that marry the two demand attention. We wrap up the country’s greatest places to eat and drink by the water.
Mornings at Matteo Downtown involve more than the Italian standards of pastries and espresso. There are scrambled eggs, as well as porridge, mushrooms, sausage and more, all delivered with an Italo-Australian twist.
The next piece of the puzzle falls into place at Brisbane’s ambitious riverside development and it comes in the shape of an overwater bar designed by Anna Spiro and helmed by chef Damien Styles of The Fish House.
Everything you love about the Newtown original, in a more central location. But that’s not all. The CBD outpost is carving out a space of its own with new cocktails, an enormous wine list and a fresh menu.
Melbourne may be ahead of Sydney in the Indian dining game, but a new restaurant in Surry Hills from the man who brought Victoria Dhaba and Horn Please could narrow that gap. Get to know Don’t Tell Aunty.