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Just open: Showbox Coffee Brewers

Justin Hemmes fell for its charms and opened Papi Chulo, now Manly has nabbed Bo Hinzack, the talented former owner of Mosman's The Penny Royal.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Feb 24 23:59:39 EST 2014

Red Rabbit bounces back

While Claude's had just four sets of owners in 37 years, the restaurant that replaced it has its second owner in just a few months.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Feb 24 23:59:59 EST 2014

Blue ducks spread wings

This year is quickly turning into Sydney's year of the restaurant spin-off.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Feb 24 23:59:09 EST 2014

Pavoni adds kiosk just a Spit away

The Spit has spat out more than its share of failed restaurants, but one chef is quietly building an empire on its sandy shores.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Feb 24 23:59:19 EST 2014

Sydney's best cheap eats

Kids Bento Box at Umi Sushi and Udon.

The Sydney Morning Herald 2014 Good Food Under $30 award winners.

Food News | | Mon Feb 24 19:42:04 EST 2014

Balmoral Boathouse in limbo after council complaint

The Boathouse Balmoral is currently closed for eat-in dining due to seating issues.

Food News | Short black | Mon Feb 24 11:41:50 EST 2014

Sydney CBD to get a new food precinct

Michael McCann

It is rumoured to be called the Wharf Lane Precinct and will be located on Sussex Street.

Food News | Short black | Mon Feb 24 09:41:57 EST 2014

Daggy no more: moscato wine fizzes its way to popularity

It's pink, fizzy and coming soon to a dinner party near you. Moscato, once considered the daggy aunt of the sparkling wine family, is enjoying a revival as producers jump to meet the huge growth in...

Food News | Rachel Olding | Sun Feb 23 03:00:00 EST 2014

Anchors away

Justin Wise from The Point restaurant.

A banquet of bounty awaits food and wine festival-goers.

Food News | Dani Valent | Sun Feb 23 03:00:00 EST 2014

Five of a kind: Melbourne Food and Wine Festival


Melbourne Food and Wine Festival events include a mussel festival, Mad Men moves, scientific experiments, sweets and how to fly fish.

Food News | Justine Costigan | Sat Feb 22 03:00:00 EST 2014

Pre-pay restaurant Prix Fixe opens in Melbourne

Bacchanalia, one of the dishes on Philippa Sibley's initial menu at Prix Fixe, Melbourne's first ticketed restaurant.

Prix Fixe, Melbourne's first ticketed dining venue, has opened.

Food News | Hilary McNevin | Fri Feb 21 13:26:50 EST 2014

Adriano Zumbo's ultimate Tim Tam

Launch of Adriano Zumbo edition Tim Tams.

Celebrity pastry chef Adriano Zumbo has joined forces with Tim Tam to release three new flavours.

Food News | Bites | Thu Feb 20 16:04:23 EST 2014

Pasta judging in Victoria

Pasta Judging at the Royal Melbourne Showgrounds.

Supporting a range of specialty pasta makers, the Royal Melbourne Fine Foods Awards Autumn Program Pasta category is Victoria’s only pasta competition and pays tribute to a long tradition of artisan...

Food News,Clinique | | Thu Feb 20 14:18:41 EST 2014

Win a food photography masterclass

Raspberry mint ripple and Chocolate delight icy poles by Arabella Forge.

Instagram @goodfoodAU your best black and white food shot (using a filter is fine) using the hashtag #goodfoodcomp and be in the running to win a ticket to a six-hour food photography workshop with...

Food News | | Thu Feb 20 12:17:02 EST 2014

Lettuce begin ...


Lettuces are historically a cool-season vegetable but there are some varieties that can survive the hot summer.

Food News | Owen Pidgeon | Wed Feb 19 03:00:00 EST 2014

Rich harvest reward of tender care


For Suri Talip, gardening has a spiritual side, writes Susan Parsons.

Food News | Susan Parsons | Wed Feb 19 00:01:00 EST 2014

Ernest Hillier chocolates falls into foreign hands

Ernest Hillier chocolates.

After a century of peddling sweet treats, Australia's first chocolatier, Ernest Hillier, has joined the long list of famous food companies to fall into foreign hands.

Food News | Mark Hawthorne | Tue Feb 18 15:50:30 EST 2014

Melbourne Food and Wine Festival to transform railway bridge with Immersery pop-up

Immersery dumplings.

Top Melbourne chefs and an army of staff will create an ambitious, water-inspired festival hub.

Food News | Sarina Lewis | Tue Feb 18 03:00:00 EST 2014

Pho Nom coming to Emporium development

Pho is a popular Vietnamese soup.

Jerry Mai, a pioneer of Vietnamese cooking, is turning her attention to the popular noodle soup pho.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Feb 18 03:00:00 EST 2014

Best of the best NSW produce

Batlow apples

Many years ago, wheat farmer Doug Cush was in Italy selling wheat. When a buyer for one of the large pasta manufacturers asked him where he was from, Cush told him somewhere between Narrabri and...

Cook,Food News | Barbara Sweeney | Tue Feb 18 03:00:00 EST 2014