Good Food is the most trusted, independent food brand in Australia: essential reading in The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age, and at goodfood.com.au. It’s also Australia’s Home of the Hats: awarded to the country’s best restaurants for more than 40 years in the Good Food Guide and at the national Good Food Guide Awards. Good Food’s editorial team is second to none for its depth of expertise, and the brand is highly respected by both its readers and the country’s best chefs for its quality content, stunning photography, trusted recipes, insider knowledge and independent reviews.
The Good Food Guide 200: A special celebration of our best restaurants
The Sydney Morning Herald and The Age’s Good Food will celebrate all the best places to eat and drink with The Good Food Guide 200, an inspirational guide to the best dining around the country.
This special edition, to be published in November 2020, will replace the annual Good Food Guide book and awards which, due to COVID-19 restrictions and temporary restaurant closures, will not proceed this year.
“In recognition of the challenges the industry has faced, and continues to face, with enforced shutdowns and social distancing measures, we will not be publishing our traditional guide book with scores and hats in 2020,” said Nine travel and food publishing director Trudi Jenkins.
“Instead we are focusing on supporting restaurants on the road to recovery and uncovering the best dining experiences for our readers, with both a glossy magazine and digital content on goodfood.com.au. We are also hoping to hold celebratory industry events in Sydney and Melbourne, pending social distancing regulations being relaxed later this year.”
The Good Food Guide 200 will offer readers inspiration and ideas on the best places to eat and drink in Sydney, Melbourne and the other capitals, as well as regional NSW and Victoria. The Good Food Guide will return bolder than ever in 2021.
“The Good Food Guide 200 is dedicated to the best restaurants, bars, cafés and pubs in Australia, from the high-end trailblazers to the hidden hole-in-the-wall gems and everything in between,” said Good Food national editor, Ardyn Bernoth.
“From across the Sydney and Melbourne metropolitan areas to our most travelled regions, the list, edited by Good Food Guide editor Myffy Rigby, will focus on New South Wales and Victoria, with highlights from all the major cities. The Good Food Guide 200 will shine a light on every style of cuisine at every price point – the only criterion for inclusion is deliciousness.”