Top 5 Restaurants in Australia

Here are our pick of the top 5 restaurants in Australia, with each of them having won at least one award, although some of them have gained a reputation for winning numerous prestigious food industry awards.

One thing Australia is certainly not short on is first class restaurants. There are an abundance of wonderful restaurants where you are sure to be more than satisfied with the delicious cuisine, with many of the country’s top restaurants being located in the larger cities of Melbourne and Sydney.

1. Bilson’s Restaurant – Sydney City, New South Wales

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When dining at Bilson’s Restaurant, guests can indulge in divine cuisine such as Lasagne of Freshwater Marron Lobster; Grilled Stuffed Truffled Pig’s Trotter, Boudin Noir and Apple Puree, and Black Rockfish Quenelle with Petrossian Caviar.

Bilson’s Restaurant offers the ultimate in fine dining experiences, perfect for a luxury honeymoon or romantic dinner. This elegant restaurant, owned by well-known restaurateur Tony Bilson, even boasts its own sommelier and cheese expert.

2. Rockpool Bar and Grill – Southbank, Victoria

 

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Melbourne’s Southbank has numerous dining options, however by far the most outstanding is the award-winning Rockpool Bar and Grill. Located within the prestigious Crown Casino complex, at the Rockpool Bar and Grill patrons are offered more than just fine food – here you are treated to a complete dining experience.

Along with tasty morsels such as Lobster Omelette with Prawn Sauce, guests enjoy seeing the fresh produce that adorns the restaurant, including hanging small goods and the freshest of vegetables. The finest wines to complement your meals are stored at a constant 14o to ensure that they are always ‘just right’.

3. Tetsuya’s – Sydney City, New South Wales

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Cuisine at Tetsuya’s is a unique blend of French and japanese, with the signature dish being Confit of Ocean Trout served with Unpasteurised Ocean Trout Roe. This could be followed with a delectable dessert such as Early Season Berries With Orange and Grand Marnier Jelly and Champagne Ice Cream.

Tetsuya’s, in the very heart of Sydney, is not only one of the best restaurants in Australia, it has also won many international awards. Owned by Tetsuya Wakuda, Tetsuya’s is an inviting restaurant in a heritage-listed building that makes patrons feel special from the moment they step inside.

4. Jacques Reymond – Prahran, Victoria

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Jacques Reymond offers exquisite contemporary Australian cuisine and fine wine, and is popular for private dining along with boutique events. Set in a spectacular Victorian style mansion in Prahran, patrons can treat themselves to such fare as Seared Calves Liver or Black Lasagne of Blue Swimmer Crab, followed by Spiced Pineapple and Ginger Cream, Lemon Myrtle and Bush Pepper Berry Ice Cream.

5. The Grange Restaurant at The Hilton, Adelaide City, South Australia

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Whether you are enjoying a romantic weekend away or indulging in a luxury Australian vacation, you are sure to find many exquisite restaurants around. For something truly decadent, a dining experience at any of these top 5 restaurants in Australia will be sure to leave you will magical memories to last a lifetime.

For the ultimate in luxury holiday dining, dinner and overnight package deals are available.

This magnificent five star hotel restaurant combines the unique style of Asian culture with Australian ingredients and french techniques. The Grange Restaurant at The Hilton is run by legendary chef Cheong Liew who is recognised internationally for his fine cuisine.

Diners can enjoy delicious meals such as The Four Dances of the Sea Рsoused snook, raw calamari, squid ink noodles, octopus aioli and spiced prawn sushi followed with the Grange Dessert Dance W black rice palm sugar pudding with praline torte, watermelon spum̩ and chocolate figs.

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