'International Restaurant Guide'

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Oui Sydney Chefs

Kumar Mahadevan

 Chef Mahadevan’s distinctive and elegant brand of Indian fare has delighted diners for the past 25 years. As ABHI’s celebrates its 25th anniversary Gault&Millau caught up with Chef Mahadevan to learn more about the man regarded as the ‘Godfather of Indian cuisine’. 

Michael Moore

 As chef and owner of O Bar and Dining, Chef Moore has created a menu that is inspired by the healthy eating philosophy in his best selling cookbook series 'Blood Sugar'. As a diabetic himself, Chef Moore has created a dining experience that focuses on healthy eating in a contemporary setting without comprising flavour, enjoyment and fun. 

Lucio De Falco

 After being headhunter from Italy to come to Australia and become a pizzaiolo, Lucio De Falco, has made a name for himself through Lucio Pizzeria in Darlinghurst and his new location in Zetland 

Indulge featured Sydney Restaurants

Bistro Boulevard
40 Avalon Parade, Avalon NSW
2 Ash Street, Sydney NSW
Café Nice
2 Phillip Street, Circular Quay NSW

Recipe of the week


Check out Chef Michael Moore's recipe from his latest book Blood Sugar, Quinoa & Healthy Living - recipes for everyday living View recipe

Oui Melbourne Chefs

Mattia Aloisio and Federico Frigato

 Meet The Grand Hotel's new chefs! Frederico Frigato and Mattia Aloisio have some serious international credentials and have worked for some of Europe’s best restaurants and now are now putting their own vision into The Grand's menu 

Nic Poelaert

 Brooks of Melbourne part-owner and Head Chef Nic Poelaert was born, bred and trained in France. He can list some of the world's most well known chefs as his teachers, such as Michel and Sebastian Bras in Laguiole, France, Gordon Ramsay in England and Shannon Bennett at Vue de monde in Melbourne. 

Ian Curley

 He started out as a chef as a way to meet girls and now he is one of the country's best chefs! Chef Ian Curley is the Executive Chef for The European Group which owns some of Melbourne's most beloved venues. So what's one of his tips to his success, "every service is a new service." 

Melbourne Restaurants to watch

29 Cotham Street, Kew
Another Hellenic project - Mastic is a little detour from what you have come to expect from George Calombaris, this café is all about a healthy lifestyle through wholefoods. Word is this is where Blumenthal gets his green smoothie from.
Tipo 00
361 Little Bourke Street, Melbourne
Few new Italian restaurants can create a buzz in Melbourne – but this one has. With ex-Vue de monde chef Andreas Papadakis paired with outstanding technique & execution it has become a standout – mangiamo!
L'Hotel Gitan
32 Commercial Road, Prahran
The next venue from the Reymond family has opened. The completely refurbished hotel now has a French touch plus re-vamped areas that include a dining room, bar, PDR for 12 and a private event space at the top. The atmosphere is relaxed, designed for casual dining with the heart of the venue being the rotisserie and open kitchen. The wine list is of course well managed with a range of varieties to suit.