For Uruguay–style barbequed chicken cooked over charcoal sojourn to Smithfield.

Neil Perry goes back to the drawing board for the fourth time, shifting the focus at Jade Temple) to include Thai and Korean dishes. Will the new concept silence the critics and feed the fans?

Sydney’s first urban winery finds a bigger and better home with a winery, cellar door, bar and events space.

With a combined love of fried chicken and the motoring world, Wish Bone drops into Enmore.

“Our toughest challenge is impressing the Potts Pointers,” says the owner of Lot. One, which recently slid into Rockwall Crescent. After Missy French and ABC Restaurant and Bar couldn’t make the site work, will the modern Australian diner turn that around?

Between BYO snacks and an ex-Noma chef taking care of the drinks, She Loves You in Newtown is the new favourite local.

A robata grill and ramen restaurant from an ex-Aria chef is bending genres with a menu that includes French sauces and yuzu-spiced duck broth.

The public bar at The Rocks' Orient Hotel, which opened in 1844, has been renovated. In addition to a new coat of paint the bar in the centre of the room has been reworked to look the way it would have in 1844.

The oldest trading hotel in Taralga – about a two-and-a-half-hour drive south-west from Sydney – has been reborn as a culinary destination. Run by chef-turned-publican Hugh Wennerbom, the Argyle Inn pulsates with life.