Jeni Port Bye bye wine lists: The drinks list is exploding with cocktails, gin and craft beers cutting in on the action.
Janne Apelgren How Victoria's newly-annointed best restaurant is helping to boost tourism in a tiny town.
Chris Shanahan Quaffers: Brewer Christoph Zierholz hopes to move his Fyshwick brewery and bar to Kingston.
With its moody, clubby New York vibe, polished delivery and off-to-the-left sommelier, Sepia is a compelling dining experience.
Lenny Ann Low Handmade touches add something special to this bustling corner spot.
Catriona Jackson Persian food made with love and skill, and at great prices.
Natasha Rudra This "weird and awesome" Indian restaurant makes for a cheap and cheerful Dickson dinner.
Bryan Martin Out in the fringe among Gold Creek's tourist attractions, Versatile hits the spot for value and functionality.
Here's a great meat-free Monday salad that will set you up for lunch or for dinner: Warm salad of blue cheese, sweet potato and hazelnuts with watercress.
When making a cake at home I look for one thing: ease. Nothing puts me off more than fiddly, time-consuming recipes. This apple and ginger rye cake fits the bill of ease.
Andrew McConnell named Victoria's best chef
The man who won Citi Chef of the Year might have been away in New York, but the Good Food Awards partied on, with Victoria's culinary elite gathering at the NGV to celebrate their achievements in food. (03:08)