Each year The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide releases a list of the hottest new openings since the last guide was published. Here's this year's list.
Megan Johnston A new social enterprise in the inner west offers a menu with an Italian bent.
Peter Barrett During dinner rush hour, Melbourne diners can expect to queue for up to 90 minutes at some no-bookings restaurants.
Chris Shanahan Quaffers: Brewer Christoph Zierholz hopes to move his Fyshwick brewery and bar to Kingston.
Angie Schiavone A family-run Afghan restaurant impresses with dumplings.
Dani Valent Yorkshireman Michael Slade is a meat-lover, but there's big love for vegetables too at this hip Melbourne restaurant.
Lenny Ann Low Handmade touches add something special to this bustling corner spot.
Angie Schiavone Family-run Afghan restaurant impresses with dumplings and more.
Kylie Northover Since artisan bakery-cafe Long Shot opened around eight months ago in the largely corporate southern end of Docklands, the queues have been growing.
Dani Valent Yorkshireman Michael Slade is a meat-lover, but there's big love for vegetables too at this hip northside restaurant.
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.
This cake is perfect by itself, but if you want to go right over the top, serve it with some vanilla ice-cream. It's also a great way to use up leftover savoiardi biscuits.
When you savour fresh, delicious raw food recipes you can fully tick one of the all important boxes in your daily nutritional requirements … vegies!
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)