These Australian restaurants take the concept of fine dining to a very different level. Extraordinary is an understatement, when you aim for pure bliss. Here’s why they’ve made to our list - must-visit restaurants of 2016. Ready with your flight tickets and visa?
Peats Bite Restaurant, Sydney
Located at Sydney’s beautiful Hawkesbury River, Peats Bite is a water access only property that’s ideal for a long and relaxed brunch. Soak yourself in the beauty of nature as you enjoy several gourmet versions of the fresh local produce that spread out over a nine course meal.
One & Only Hayman Island
This iconic private island resort located at the heart of the Great Barrier Reef is Australia’s most fabulous concoction of style and nature’s elegance. The island’s executive chef, Grant Murray works closely with local producers to serve the finest dishes. There are several fine dining experiences at the resort, including the Chef’s Table and an exclusive tasting menu.
Emirates One & Only Wolgan Valley
A three-hour drive from Sydney, Emirates One & Only Wolgan Valley is located at the Greater Blue Mountain region. Experience providore-style dining at the Country Kitchen; a six-course feast awaits you at the Wolgan Dining Room. For those you prefer to dine amidst nature, the resort’s Valley Bar and Terrace lounge is pure bliss.
Daintree Eco Lodge & Spa
Experience the heights foodgasm amidst the healing spirit of nature at this unique contemporary property. Enjoy the sights and sounds of the rainforest as you are served some of the world’s finest dishes.
Echoes Restaurant, Blue Mountains
Located at the edge of the Blue Mountains National Park, this restaurant gives you the most `amazing panoramic view of the Jamison Valley. Known for its award-winning signature dishes, there’s a distinct Asian influence that sets this restaurant apart from the rest.
Author : Iona Chatterjee