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Stokehouse City to open in May

The Van Haandel Group is moving the Stokehouse into the city, albeit temporarily.

Food News | Espresso | Fri Mar 28 16:24:10 EST 2014

Dry times for relocated Nu Nu at Palm Cove

The original Nu Nu restaurant.

Diners at Palm Cove's Nu Nu will find it's a long time between drinks for the next few weeks.

Food News | Natascha Mirosch | Fri Mar 28 12:37:30 EST 2014

Taste metal? You're not nuts: you may have pine mouth

Spaghettini of zucchini, mint, pinenuts, & pecorino.

An unusual malady called 'pine mouth' is literally leaving a bad taste in the mouths of some pine nut fans.

Food News | Megan Johnston | Fri Mar 28 10:26:20 EST 2014

Queensland Wine Week kicks off on Monday

The second annual Queensland Wine Week is held next week and features tastings, road trips and dinner events.

Food News | Graze | Wed Mar 26 10:58:01 EST 2014

How to cook your way to YouTube success

instagram cake

If you're a whizz in the kitchen you might just be Australia's next home-made video channel star.

Food News | Larissa Ham | Wed Mar 26 09:52:00 EST 2014

Heston Blumenthal tipped to open Melbourne restaurant

Heston Blumenthal.

Heston Blumenthal is preparing to open a restaurant in Melbourne.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Mar 25 17:41:30 EST 2014

French chefs wake up to uninhibited Aussie cuisine

Australia's national cuisine.

Australia's new wave cooking has long been admired in the English-speaking world, and now it seems chefs from the land of haute cuisine are finally waking up to its uninhibited charms.

Food News | | Tue Mar 25 09:11:30 EST 2014

Shannon Bennett to relaunch Observatory Cafe as Jardin Tan

Shannon Bennett.

Vue de Monde's founder is about to take control of the Royal Botanic Gardens' Observatory Cafe.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Mar 25 08:30:13 EST 2014

Upcoming events for Melbourne meat-eaters

Jess Pryles aka Burger Mary.

Fancy Hank's Bar-B-Que's slow-cooked saddleback, the Carnivore's Ball, and Burn City Smokers.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Mar 25 03:00:00 EST 2014

Hortus Project glasshouse and cafe to open in Docklands

Hortus Project will open later this week.

Coffee roaster Seven Seeds and Utopian Folk collaborate on a temporary cafe at the Docklands waterfront.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Mar 25 03:00:00 EST 2014

Just open: Pallino Bar and Clever Polly

One of Thornbury's original 1950s espresso bars is revived, and a new natural wine bar opens in North Melbourne.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Mar 25 03:00:00 EST 2014

George Calombaris in talks with Hayman Island

MasterChef's George Calombaris is the latest name linked to the restaurants at Hayman Island, which relaunches later this year.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Mar 24 23:59:00 EST 2014

Hall Street heats up

Late arrivals join Bill Granger at Bondi's Hall Street development

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Mar 24 23:59:07 EST 2014

Walsh Bay's Seawall second venture for Kirstie Brown

As chief financial officer for tech and telecommunication companies, Kirstie Brown knows restaurants are a risky financial proposition.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Mar 24 23:58:10 EST 2014

Fourth Village Providore tipped to join Danks Street

If there was a sharemarket for Sydney's eat streets, Danks Street, Waterloo would be a highly traded spec stock.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Mar 24 23:58:51 EST 2014

Mystery behind Westfield restaurant closures

How has yet another rising food star bitten the dust at Westfield Sydney?

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Mar 24 23:58:44 EST 2014

Sydney diners stung by condiment charges

Soy sauce.

A charge for soy sauce or mustard? Some Sydney restaurants are hitting up diners for their consumption of condiments.

Food News | Scott Bolles | Mon Mar 24 11:01:19 EST 2014

Big supermarkets put consumers on trial at concept stores

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When it comes to the modern supermarket, some shoppers matter more than others.

Food News | Neil McMahon | Sun Mar 23 03:00:00 EST 2014

Lentil as Anything: Bill of fare that suits everyone's pocket

The gnocchi with creamy vegies by Abitya Bajpai of Lentil as Anything in Abbotsford.

At first glance it could be seen as a recipe for disaster. But Sydney's highly competitive dining scene is about to welcome a new restaurant concept that invites patrons to pay as little or as much...

Food News | Eamonn Duff | Sun Mar 23 03:00:00 EST 2014

Xanthi in Westfield Sydney closes

Venison with mixed pulse salad.

In the latest blow to the dining credentials of Westfield Sydney, David Tsirekas's Greek restaurant Xanthi has closed and a liquidator appointed.

Food News | Short black | Wed Mar 19 17:35:30 EST 2014