TripAdvisor Reveals Australia’s Best Fine Dining Restaurants for 2022


Australia’s best fine dining restaurants have been revealed, with Tasmania’s Wild Harvest winning the first gong of TripAdvisor’s Travellers’ Choice awards for 2022.

The ranking is calculated based on the quality and quantity of restaurant reviews and ratings on TripAdvisor collected from July 1, 2021 to June 30, 2022.

Wild Harvest, located on King Island, is known for its “sea-to-table” cuisine, featuring some of the freshest local produce and stunning ocean views.

It was followed by EXP. restaurant in Pokolbin, with other high-profile restaurants also dominating the list.

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Melaleuca in Port Douglas came third while Charred Kitchen & Bar in Orange, NSW came fourth.

The only major city restaurant to make the Top 10 is Japanese restaurant Sokyo in Sydney, which took fifth place.

Others included Me Wah in Hobart in seventh position, The Gates Restaurant also in

Pokolbin in eighth and L’isle de France Terrigal, located on the central coast, secures ninth place.

Margan Restaurant & Winery, from a Hunter region village called Broke, came in tenth.

Unfortunately, no Australian restaurant made the list of the world’s top 25 restaurants in the online travel company’s “World’s Best Fine Dining”, where winners were chosen by an algorithm that analyzes millions reviews and ratings collected in one year from travellers. around the world.

A Michelin-starred restaurant in the UK – The Old Stamp House Restaurant – has snagged the top spot for the second year in a row.

Inspired by Cumbria’s heritage, the restaurant is known for its rare breed meats and forage products.

It is in the picturesque town of Ambleside and is housed in the former office of romantic poet William Wordsworth.

Oro Restaurante in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, came second, with Madonnina del Pescatore in the Italian seaside town of Senigallia and Spaniard Martin Berasategui placing third and fourth respectively.

Meanwhile, Gourmet Traveler also revealed the winner of its Australian ‘Restaurant of the Year Awards’ on Wednesday, with South Australian Restaurant Botanic taking the top honor.

“There’s no question that Restaurant Botanic is a performance of bravery,” said Joanna Hunkin, editor-in-chief of Gourmet Traveler. “It combines fun and adventure with polish and balance.

“Chef Justin James does not seek perfection but rather embraces the beauty of irregularity and nature, making the most of the restaurant’s iconic location and using the bounty of the garden to create something unique to his place”.

Margaret, the restaurant in Double Bay, has been named both Best New Restaurant and NSW State Winner for Restaurant of the Year.

Tasmania won the Best Dining Destination award for Van Bone at Marion Bay, while Hobart’s Fico was named the state winner.

In South Australia, Botanic restaurant won the state award and was named restaurant of the year, while the creative duo behind wine bar Willunga Muni – Mug Chen and Chia Wu – were named best new talent .

From Victoria, Thi Le was voted Chef of the Year, while Shannon Martinez was named Restaurant Personality of the Year. Tedesca Osteria was named the state winner for the second year in a row.

Gold Coast wine bar Paloma was named Wine Bar of the Year, while Essa received the Queensland State Award.

Rounding out the state winners, Pilot was named ACT’s Best Restaurant for a second consecutive year, while Perth’s Lulu La Delizia took the honor for Western Australia.

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