The Hottest Restaurant Openings in November

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Akash Arora serves up Australia's hottest new restaurants.

PERTH

Epicurean

The food: How much culinary punch can you pack into a precinct? Joining Rockpool Bar & Grill and Nobu, Epicurean will open in December at the spanking-new Crown Towers hotel, serving international cuisine under the baton of executive chef Sean Marco.

The drinks: Hand-selected wines from the Margaret River region and an assortment of Champagnes. 

The atmosphere: All glass and stone, this light-filled dining room is perched above the resort pool.

The location: On the banks of the Swan River, six kilometres from the CBD.

Crown Towers, Great Eastern Highway, Burswood

HOBART

Dier Makr

The food: Melbourne chef Kobi Ruzicka’s part bistro, part bar is all about simple fine dining. “We won’t use more than three main ingredients in a dish,” he says, citing examples such as seared lamb with eucalyptus and the smoked whey caramel dessert.

The drinks: About 50 Australian and international wines, plus a succinct menu of bespoke cocktails using homemade liqueurs and syrups.

The atmosphere: Think high ceilings, white walls, communal and small tables and a fun vibe.

The location: Hobart CBD

121-123 Collins Street, Hobart

The Hottest Restaurant Openings in November 2016

SYDNEY

Devon Cafe

The food: After two years on Waterloo’s Danks Street, Derek Puah’s café is moving to Barangaroo. Expect signature dishes such as Breakfast with the Sakumas (miso-grilled king salmon), plus a new dinner menu of Asian-inspired tapas. 

The drinks: A tight selection of Australian and international wines, craft beers and about half-a-dozen cocktails.

The atmosphere: Casual vibe with a mix of table and counter seating and vast floor-to-ceiling windows.

The location: Sydney’s new waterside Barangaroo precinct.

2/19 Barangaroo Avenue, Barangaroo

ADELAIDE 

Hardy’s Verandah

The food: Boutique hotel Mount Lofty House has removed a few of its guestrooms to make way for a new restaurant facing the Piccadilly Valley. Chef Wayne Brown (ex-Saké) is at the helm, with dishes such as charcoal ox tongue and suckling pig.

The drinks: The 250-strong wine list is loaded with South Australian drops but features other Australian and international wines, too, plus craft beers, ciders and whiskies.

The atmosphere: An intimate space comprising three rooms with windows overlooking the scenic hills.

The location: A 20-minute drive from the CBD, in the picturesque Adelaide Hills.

74 Mt Lofty Summit Road, Crafers

Top image: Devon Cafe 

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