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Diners seated at Kiin restaurant in Adelaide.

Kiin

A lively, creative take on classic Thai flavours is spicing up the lives of Adelaide locals and visitors alike, writes KATIE SPAIN.
Sundas take on otak-otak

Sunda, Melbourne review

A talented chef makes a convincing case that native Australian ingredients have a place within Southeast Asian tradition.
An assortment of dishes at Sydney's Sang by Mabasa, including bibimbap, skewers of scotch fillet and spring onion and fried chicken.

Sáng by Mabasa, Sydney review

Handmade, hand-crafted and following the principle of "taste of hand", Sáng by Mabasa has an assured touch, and expands the definition of Korean dining in Sydney.
The mezzanine at Bentley, which is fresh from a renovation and menu overhaul

Bentley, Sydney review

With a newly refreshed look and an updated menu, Bentley consolidates its position as the rare restaurant where wine and food meet on an equal footing.
The dining room at Lesa, the newest restaurant from the Embla team

Lesa, Melbourne review

The boys from Embla have levelled up their offering. The wine bar’s first-floor sister restaurant, Lesa, is gathering fans fast – and for good reason.