THREE AUSSIE EATS

GQ (Australia) - - TASTE & TRAVEL -

20. HU­BERT, SYD­NEY

Bril­liant de­sign. Bril­liant food. Bril­liant am­biance. Bril­liant wine list. Bril­liant, bril­liant, bril­liant. From the guys be­hind Shady Pines, The Bax­ter Inn et al, it sees 10 William’s Dan Pep­perell serv­ing up a slice of French cook­ing that he says was in­spired by preWW1 cook­books. 15 Bligh St, Syd­ney; restau­ran­thu­bert.com

21. OS­TE­RIA OGGI, ADE­LAIDE

An Ital­ian from nonI­tal­ians – but it’s hard to care when the fare el­e­vates the coun­try’s culi­nary tra­di­tions. Our go-to when in the SA cap­i­tal, Oggi’s part of the culi­nary hap­pen­ings that have made it worth tak­ing a new look at the City of Churches. 76 Pirie St, Ade­laide; os­te­riaoggi.com.au

22. AUTOMATA, SYD­NEY

Nearly a year af­ter the fan­fare at­tached to its open­ing, and Automata re­mains our in­ner-west haunt of choice. Why? Well, the ever-chang­ing five-course set menu is in­ven­tive, re­fresh­ing and eas­ily the best value in Syd­ney. 5 Kens­ing­ton St, Chip­pen­dale; automata.com.au

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