To judge Australia’s best city – food and wine is a big part of the mix. Ivan Aristeguieta, Adelaide-based comedian, hits the streets to ask you how what you think was the best Australian foodie destination.
Australia has an excellent rep – both locally and abroad – for food, wine and boutique brews. With vast land expanses and a melting pop of a population, Australian restauranteurs are up there with the best of them, producing outstanding food influenced by flavours from around the world. With the wines to match.
Not to say that all Australian cities perform equally, though. Melbourne and Sydney have long competed for Australia’s culinary title (with the most restaurants and bars of all cities)… but is this reputation unjustified? We chose some often surprising (and for some, maybe controversial) facts from the Australia’s Best City database, and asked Ivan see if people could guess the answers.
In the food category, we chose a few of the things that we think makes a great foodie-destination, and used them to rank Australian capitals on their culinary magic.
Check out all the facts in the Food category on Australia’s Best City.
If there’s something you’d like to see in this category but we haven’t covered it, send us an email, and we may just look into it for you.