Here's a look at some of the very Adelaide attractions at Tasting Australia.
Australian-helmed restaurants Nahm, Burnt Ends and Waku Ghin all slipped slightly on this year's list.
Northern Thailand's organic produce makes its way down to the Michelin-starred restaurants of Bangkok, and even over to tourist mecca Phuket, thanks to the late king's Royal Projects.
The French Riviera has stellar food befitting its status as a haunt of the rich and famous, but also simpler, equally tantalising options.
When in Bologna, do as the Bolognese do: indulge in a bowl of the city's famous meat sauce and pasta dish.
A traditional hangi, feasting in Hobbiton and foraging for ferns in New Zealand.
What it's like to visit the only newly-awarded Michelin starred street food restaurant in Bangkok.
An ever-growing band of Australian chefs have been drawn to Tasmania by the exceptional local produce and the passion for cuisine that the Apple Isle can boast.
Expat restaurateurs find Japan's capital is a natural fit.
From the outskirts of Mount Gambier to a pub in the Adelaide Hills, you can find world-class wine in the most unexpected places.