By Flora Cox

Australia’s Best cities for foodies

With numerous food tours around the Australian cities it will be easy for you to know all the minutiae about Australian dining. Engage with some of best Australian wine makers as you tour some of the world’s re-known wineries. To get you started below are some of the top foodie cities not to miss out on your gourmet tour.

Perched to the Tasman Sea, this city has practically no scarcity of seafood. This winning mix of fresh seafood as well as flavourful produce makes Sydney a food enthusiast’s haven. Modern Thai cuisine sets Sydney apart from all other cities. Chefs in Sydney have turned the ubiquitous Thai food into something quite magnificent. Like any gourmet hotspot that needs inspired chefs, Sydney has some of the best. Tetsuya Wakuda the finest for fusion, Neil Thompson best in Australian cuisine and David Thompson well known for Thai food. It’s clear that Sydney’s Cuisine is inspired from all around the globe.

Melbourne city is quite distinct, right from its constricted lane ways to the city’s shabby inner suburbia. Meaning that Melbourne is naturally inclined towards being casual regardless of the grandness the central city offers. Comparing it to Sydney, Melbourne boasts the fine details, the coffee as well as a rich interior life. The city has a long established food culture that makes its diners more discerning.

Restaurants and cafes in Perth off numerous of options to savour for anyone looking for somewhere to eat healthy for less. In Perth City you will find Asian classics, deli sandwiches, small plates or the ever present street food. A Friday night walk along Forest Place in the Hawkers market one is bound to see all kinds of cuisines. Notable is South American cuisine such as the popular Columbian staples served by Marcelitas Empanada. There is also Prato feito which is basically rump steak, rice, salsa, farora, cassava, and black beans and not forgetting the smoky grills by El Asador.

Brisbane is famously known for its Brisbane Festival that sees many tourists and locals join in to sample the culture and vast cuisine. Whether the delicate French pastry, a huge bowl of ramen or burgers is all you fancy, then Brisbane is the place to be. As a first-time visitor you will stare amazed at the golden croissants, traditional baguettes baskets and the elegant cakes displayed on the windows of restaurants and cafes. In Brisbane you will experience some of the best and authentic boulangerie-patisserie and will feel like Paris all over. You will pleasure the almond croissant and chocolate torsade for a surprisingly small amount.



Adelaide boasts a rich history of English settlement and bound by crystal-clear sea waters including endless hills with rolling vineyards. There is definitely plenty of nice places to hangout and have some really great food. A South Australian foodie experience cannot be complete without taking a trip to the famous Adelaide Central Market which basically the Adelaide’s food haven. Here you will find endless rows full of fresh produce, flavours and cheese. You can have a noodle laska from most restaurants as well as pizza from Lucia’s.

Get your Australian visa today and get going for your gourmet trip which will include exploring Australian cosmopolitan and indulging yourself with some of the finest restaurants and cuisines across Australia.

Author bio

Flora, a passionate traveler and blogger who shares her thoughts one various topics she came across. As a solo traveler shares her stories on many blogs. Presently she is working for Australian visa which is a visa service provider.

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