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Din Tai Fung

Din Tai Fung, Central Park.

Sally Webb Coloured dumplings can divide the best of friends at the latest outlet of this Taiwanese chain's empire.

Rating: 3 out of 5 stars
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Short Round

Matt Holden The ploughman's lunch, the labourer's lunch: call it what you will, but these boards of bits and pieces are irresistible.

Seasonal selection: The labourer's lunch.

Photo: Eddie Jim

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18/20

Esquire

Ryan Squires proves fine dining can still be fun at his CBD restaurant Esquire.

Esquire in Brisbane.

Photo: Harrison Saragossi

Brisbane's top 20 bars

Paella and a glass of sangria at The Sangria Bar at Ole.

Cameron Atfield, Keira McIntosh, Matt Kirkegaard What makes a great bar is a subject of contention, but high on the list is a well thought out drinks list and ambience that encourages lingering. Great food is icing on the cake. Here are our favourites.

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13/20

Grill and Sizzle Fusion

Natasha Rudra With more than a few well executed dishes, this suave Asian fusion restaurant far exceeds what you'd expect from a suburban restaurant.

Owners: Duncan Leung and Jimmy Zhao..

Photo: Rohan Thomson

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Flavour of spain: Slow-cooked lamb

Lamb neck chilindron with celeriac puree.

If one flavour stands out from my time cooking in Spain, it is the taste of Aragonese lamb from the north-eastern Pyrenees region. I have used lamb neck for this recipe because of its robust flavour and for the ease of removing the bone once cooked. Pair it with earthy-flavoured celeriac.

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Crostini to ease the winter blues

These crunchy toasts make great entrees and are essential to an antipasti platter. Emiko Davies shares three lovely toppings.

Fig and prosciutto crostini.

Photo: Emiko Davies

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