Plotting out where to eat on your trip? From a paddock-to-plate dining experience to a disco-inspired bar, Australia has the perfect dining experience to offer. This March, discover the delicacies available Down Under, accompanied by stunning views and vibes for an extraordinary gastronomic affair.
Check out this month’s hip new dining spots below.
The Artisan Farmer (Nabiac, New South Wales): A three-and-a-half hour drive from Sydney, The Artisan Farmer is a fresh new hangout in the town of Nabiac that brings a true paddock-to-plate dining experience. Everything served at this ultra-local bakery, café, and butchery is produced on site, be it the herbs grown in the garden, the coffee roasted, or the beef in the burger. With a dedication to creating vibrant culinary experiences centred on locally grown and sourced produce, The Artisan Farmer authentically delivers a dining experience like no other.
Such and Such (Canberra, Australian Capital Territory): If you’re travelling in a group, Such and Such is the perfect spot for you. Designed for company, the restaurant serves up dishes made to share, with a luxurious 80- seat venue for everyone to sit back and relax. Get the full laidback experience with a glass of wine from an extensive wine line boasting premium international and Australian drops. Oysters, pasta, and whole fish are among the highlights of the tastefully luxurious a la carte menu, all locally sourced from producers that share the team’s focus on sustainable, quality cuisine.
Dolly (Adelaide, South Australia): Book a date night at this disco-inspired bar in Unley, one of Adelaide’s trendiest suburbs. The sleek new location is just south of the CBD, the perfect spot for a night of drinks. Dolly offers share-style snack bites and a crafty cocktail menu which features inspired creations like The Parton with gin, elderflower, and macadamia and pineapple. Whether you’re looking to have a drink, for something delicious to eat, a boogie with friends, or all of the above, Dolly brings all the vibes with a touch of disco.
Maison Lassialle (Margaret River, Western Australia): Maison Lassialle is a fine French patisserie in Margaret River that brings a taste of Paris to the Western Australia wine region. The patisserie recently launched a High Tea offering, available on Thursdays between 11:30am and 1:30pm, served in the French-themed café and gardens. The menu features French favourites such as foie gras Gougère, macarons and panna cotta, with vegetarian and vegan options also available. Pop by this location and unwind with a sweet treat.