Who’s the Culinary Capital of Australia?

Thu, Feb 18, 2010


There has been quite a bit of controversy in the Australia food community as of late. What city is the culinary capital of Australia? When you take a look at the article done over at news.com.au there are quite a few reasons why they are listed as the capital of Australia when it comes to food.

Sydney for its fine dining, diversity in cuisine, and produce. Simon Wilkinson, an Adelaide food editor said “affordable restaurants, top-notch produce from land and sea, and the close proximity of Australia’s most celebrated wine regions make Adelaide Australia’s food capital”.  The article also states that there is quite the range of different cuisines in Adelaide as well as their famous wine region.

Another would-be food capital is Melbourne. Quality for low cost, historic food markets, and a coffee obsession.  Next in line would be Brisbane, for its “fresh scene not dogged by tradition or old school tie mentality”. And last on the list is Queensland for best produce, and plenty of costal access.

What makes a culinary capital? What city do you think represents Australia’s food scene the best?

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