Yes, folks, after a COVID-19 driven hiatus last year, The Good Food Guide is coming back, and we're starving.
It's been one hell of a year, so pour yourself a glass of something cold, and look forward to a delicious summer ahead.
The only bar on the Hawkesbury, serious tacos, gelato collaborations, omakase dining and a pasta festa that welcomes all.
Caviar bumps and glorious crabs, a world-saving superfood, salty doughnuts, sexy potatoes and Sundays worth getting up for.
Bone china made from actual bones, the best sausages in town, wild honey, a life-altering Chilean hotdog, neighbourhood heroes and exploding dumplings.
Boozy coffee's back, a Peruvian pisco party, kimchi and other ferments, Syrian breakfast, twilight gardening and rogue lamingtons.
Baking for Beirut, rich hams, fancy ramen, coffee on tap, good news for bread nerds, beers in the sun and a very good carrot.
Attica Summer Camp, Japanese sandwiches, park wines, seafood platters and a two-day New Year's feast.
Drinks on the Yarra, custom-made knives, side hustles, tofu presses, regional Indian dining, layer cakes and Vietnamese scotch eggs.
Gin-soaked caviar, porridge bread, blue ribbon picnics, espresso vending machines and one lasagne to rule them all.
Babka, bagnums, bagels, tacos, Christmas dinners to your door, fish sauce caramel gelato and giant sculptures.
The legends of lockdown, boutique bottle-os, next-gen publishing, edible Aussie nostalgia, kitchen garden restaurants and local pies.
In no particular order, your essential guide to Victoria's best summer eating and drinking.
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