Restaurants in Australia

Arthur’s simply loves pizza. Case in point: the battle for the rights to Arthur’s Pizza went all the way to the highest court in New South Wales.

“To the table” is the meaning of this Darlinghurst restaurant’s moniker as well as the motto: a long, communal table of Indian marble invites diners to talk and eat.

A 10-year-old Sorrento staple with informal wooden tables and chairs, serves up piping hot fish-and-chips and chopped salads topped with calamari.

A tiny fruit and berry farm a half-mile or so from the Tasmanian coast, the sign promises an array of bests—the best ice cream, the best fresh berries, and the sign doesn't lie. Eureka, it turns out, is blessed with a perfect berry-growing climate, a litt

This winner of Sydney’s Best Seafood Restaurant on Pier 21 of Jones Bay Wharf serves innovative dishes like tea-smoked salmon, white soy torched scampi, and line-caught snapper in white Sri lankan curry sauce alongside a panoramic view of the iconic harbor.

Try the bratwurst sandwich (spicy or mild) offered with five kinds of mustard.

Owner Denis Horgan arrived from Perth in the mid 1950’s to surf. He invested in land, and set down roots with Robert Mondavi as his mentor. Horgan's lemony Chardonnays have been called Australia’s best.

Not to be confused with the local vegetarian restaurant of the same name, this Chinatown restaurant serves traditional Taiwanese fare in a small, often crowded space at the end of the Dixon Street pedestrian mall.