Wednesday , January 27 2021

2018 Delicious 100 list revealed

The most important list for food lovers throughout Australia is released today: the Delicious 100.

Fresh and edgier compared to other restaurant review systems, Del 100 serves hundreds of the best restaurants in NSW, Victoria, Queensland and SA.

Do you agree with the choice of experts? As always, the Del 100 site allows readers to rank their own restaurants – and the results will be published on December 2 as a People's Choice award.

Here's a look at the three best from each state:


Arrive at the Sydney restaurant market with profitable tags from seafood restaurants without sea views. Two years later, and Saint Peter finally escaped skepticism and landed on the Delicious 100 list thanks to the husband and wife team Josh and Julie Niland who flawlessly took fish.

Meanwhile, Momofuku Seiobo from David Chang at The Star has been quite developed under the new (ish) chef Paul Carmichael who was fired at the point of the list in number two.

Finally Esther, the jewel in the culinary crown of Chippendale, crept into iconic status by placing it as the third-best Delicious food offer in NSW.

Read the complete NSW Delicious 100 here.


Newcomers, Greek restaurant Hellenika in Calile in Fortitude Valley, Brisbane, dropped some of Queensland's biggest restaurants to be crowned number one in the country in the sun.

The 150-seater restaurant overlooking the hotel pool combines top-class service, a list of drinks from nearly 500 wines, with perfectly cooked Greek food from the finest ingredients.

Burleigh Heads restaurant, Rick Shores, with its superb sea views and suitable pan-Asian dishes, occupies No. 2.

The North Queensland restaurant on the beachfront of Nu Nu in Palm Cove, which offers cracked dishes that lure local ingredients, is the third.

Full Queensland Delicious 100 here.


Pt Leo Estate on the Mornington Peninsula may be just one year old, but it really makes a mark in a Victorian-style dining place, occupying the top position in the list of countries.

Led by chef Phil Wood, a double show of the bustling Pt Leo restaurant and 45-seat luxury restaurant, Laura won a jury with a celebration of peninsula production served in an amazing sculpture garden.

Number one last year, Igni in Geelong, entered at Number 2, with rates that were turned on by chef Aaron Turner as elegant as before and delivered other quinella to Victoria regional this year.

Armadale & # 39; s Amaru – People's winner & # 39; s Choice last year – completed the top three, and also took the award for the best vegetarian option.

Full Victoria Delicious 100 here.


In SA they do it differently, joining Delicious 100 for the first time.

Here are three of their advantages, starting from the Best Advertiser Restaurants at Salopian Inn.

The area's favorite for years, The Salopian has risen to another level in several times. Owner / chef Because Armstrong now uses a lot of his crops from his own backyard and that is seen in beautiful dishes such as steamed snapper with ginger, white soybeans, peas, long beans, and cabbage.

The best new restaurant in SA is the Arenberg Cube – a dining experience that exists outside the world, as husband and wife chef Brendan Wessels and Lindsay Durr produce a series of continually pleasing pieces of food.

Osteria Oggi has a foundation that is firmly built on tradition but provides a light spirit and contemporary panache. Italian flavorful wines, Italian accented staff, and rooms that feel as if you are entering a bright piazza – there is no other place that catches "la dolce vita" like that.

Full SA Delicious 100 here.

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