From the Food desk

What's happening on plates locally and around the world.

How to find it in Hanoi without a list or fear of food poisoning.
He's never touched a drink in his life, yet an Indigenous entrepreneur has crafted a “delicious” beer using nuts from local trees.
Hong Kong tourists with a strong stomach are participating in a different kind of local activity: and it involves custard buns.
Four ways Australian coffee is changing in 2019. Plus the Goth latte.

Eat well

Separate the food from the fad with the latest health news.

China now has the largest number of obese children in the world. Joseph Zhou from China’s first food tech accelerator tells SBS about pending changes to China's food...
When Dr Michael Mosley speaks about the benefits of the Mediterranean diet, intermittent fasting and good guts, the world listens. But how far does the doctor go...
The Southern Europeans who siesta - nap after lunch - really do have it right. A quick nap could help us recover after a carb-laden lunch and balance our hunger...
The size of your brain doesn't just predict your IQ. According to a new Australian study, people with a bigger section of their brain will find the taste of...
After Meliame Fifith had a major stroke, she was told she would never walk again. Three years later, the 49-year-old mother of six is walking and living a much...


Your local insider for just-opened restaurants, cafes, bars, food events, festivals and pop-ups. 

Sydney’s new Portal isn't just any cafe – it's a profit-for good eatery extending a hand to refugees and others in need.
Yuin man, Dwayne Bannon-Harrison, with Kylie Kwong are helping to spread an important message to Australian chefs about using Indigenous-owned ingredients.
From pear and pine kimchi to Korean cinnamon punch granita, Peter Jo (Restaurant Shik) and Junghyun Park (Atomix) are redefining the cuisine.
Talent from acclaimed restaurants in Manila and New York join local heroes to advance Filipino food at Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.
If you haven't put Tasting Australia on your food festival hit list, then here's a taster of what's in store come April.