Gourmet Traveller Magazine - December 2023
Gourmet Traveller Magazine - December 2023
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In this issue
Best of Bali
WONDER AND AWE
The desert canyons and fabled mud-brick town of AlUla oasis yield street eats and Michelin-star dining in a remote corner of Saudi Arabia, writes BELINDA JACKSON.
Sri Lanka's east coast is still wonderfully unspoiled, writes LEE TULLOCH.
DINNER PARTY GOALS
In their new book The Dinner Party, restaurateurs MARTIN BENN and VICKI WILD invite us over for a sunset soirée that sets the standard.
LUXE for LESS
In 2023, customers are looking to dip in to fine-diners a little more lightly. ALEXANDRA CARLTON and LARISSA DUBECKI share how to experience the best of Sydney and Melbourne for less.
The promise of bespoke French bubbles lured Lucas Restaurants to Reims to craft a signature blend for Society with Piper-Heidsieck. MICHAEL HARDEN tags along.
Crisp pastry, sunshine-yellow custard and a caramelised top make these tarts a global hit.
NED GOODWIN presents Aussie shiraz and chardonnay heroes and first-class Bordeaux and Champagne drops.
Each month, we explore the origins behind some of Australia’s signature drinks and learn how to recreate them at home.
A toast to AUSTRALIAN SPARKLING
No longer a lesser drop reserved for “sham friends”, Australia’s finest bubbles are rising to the top, writes SAMANTHA PAYNE.
MEET THE MAKER NIC BOWEN
Winemaking is in Nic Bowen's blood. As Howard Park Wines' chief winemaker, he and the team make everything from sparkling wine to cabernet sauvignon, all of which reflect the Burch family's Margaret River and Great Southern vineyards.
Mount Lofty's elegant fine-diner offers much more than good views, writes KATIE SPAIN.
This small Byron-meets-Paris wine bar boasts some big names and some even bigger flavours, writes TRISTAN LUTZE.
Behind a heavy sliding door at Crown Sydney, one of Australia's trailblazing Japanese chefs exhibits a rare mastery of the craft, writes MATTY HIRSCH.
Ben Shewry and his team prove why Attica is still as relevant as ever, writes MICHAEL HARDEN.
Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month we meet the Australian of the Year 2023 NSW Local Hero, Amar Singh.
THE KITCHEN GARDENER Lemons
This versatile hybrid fruit brings zest and zing to Mediterranean dishes, writes SIMON RICKARD.
A QUICK WORD WITH ABIGAIL ADRIANO
The Miss Saigon ead talks Filipino home cooking, sidelining a career in law, and carrying ona cultural legacy.
The art of...romance
The romance of Italy has less to do with art and architecture, and more to do with finding poetry in the everyday,
Made in ITALY
With three of the world's top food authorities along for the ride, ANNA HART goes gonzo in Emilia-Romagna.
A lovingly restored 18th-century villa and a glamorous shorefront resort at Lake Como are the stuff of dreams
Solo but more connected than ever, ALEXANDRA CARLTON takes an uncompromising tour through the Renaissance city.
Italian with a twist
Chef ALEX WONG shares some of the unique dishes that define his menu at Lana and helped push him out of his comfort zone.
EMIKO DAVIES visits sun-kissed Sicily and captures the traditional art of making astrattu.
BY THE WAYSIDE
Pig’s blood, chicken crests and all types of offal define Italy’s forgotten dishes
Dine like an Italian
There are rules around la tavola that need to be observed. Get them right and you will experience the full weight of Italian hospitality. Get them wrong and, well, you’ll learn
Not nonna's Italian
The similarities between Italian and Asian cultures make Italian cuisine a perfect playground for chefs. Yet while Australian diners are quick to embrace Anglo chefs specialising in Asian cuisines, it can prove more difficult when the roles are reversed.
Amp up your knowledge of the Italian staple with this guide to styles and shapes.
In vino veritas, mate
Hailing from Italy, made in Australia, SAMANTHA PAYNE celebrates the legacy of Australitaliano wines, whatever we call them.
REVIEW - Dining out
This month we visit a Fitzroy trattoria, a Blue Mountains fine-diner, an Adelaide pizza joint, and a new steakhouse in Sydney.
Kylie Kwong celebrates the individuals helping to grow a stronger community. This month, we meet Equality Australia chief executive, Anna Brown OAM
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