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Chae is Melbourne’s most in-demand restaurant. There's a 6000-strong waitlist to try Jung Eun Chae’s unique take on Korean cooking.
“This eatery is a celebration of everything I love in life with care, community, collaboration and delicious, life-giving food at its heart."
Nana Thai Style Hotpot & BBQ is no longer in a car park, but it still offers mookata: a Thai dish that bubbles around grilled meat.
Try pastrami rendang and gado-gado sandwiches from Warkop – if you can. This new Richmond cafe has a menu that often sells out.
The team behind Sydney's Yan has created a one-of-a-kind restaurant: a Colombian eatery that evokes smoky Asian flavours.
Sydney's Maiz eatery goes beyond tacos. Its Mexican menu offers sopes, chilaquiles, an ancient Aztec staple and a take on Vegemite.
Tokyo Lamington's new Sydney site offers lamingtons with inventive flavours, such as Neapolitan ice-cream, and memories of Japan.
It's taken years for Melissa Canclini to perfect her gnocchi recipe. Her secret is that it's filled with good ingredients and a labour of love.
These climate-friendly manakish feature samples of Victorian olive oil, baking classes via video calls and a tailored za'atar blend.
Forget plain vanilla – ube, cheese or halo halo gelato thanks to Kariton Sorbetes.
Shokupan is the star at Melbourne's Le Bajo, which serves fruit sandwiches, azuki bean toast and Nagoya-inspired breakfast sets.
Visit Raza Central's food truck and restaurant and you'll find El Salvador's national dish and a menu by a Salvadoran of the Year.
He's Australian-Chinese, she's Italian-Macedonian. They grew up eating food-court Chinese and now serve a modern version of these memories.
La Petite Fauxmagerie has feta, labneh and butter that's even impressed a French local. The shop's origin story will also surprise you.