Gourmet Traveller


If you’d asked Australian chefs 10 years ago what restaurants would look like in 2020, very few of them would have guessed that we’d be sitting six feet from each other, restricting booking numbers or bringing our meals home as takeaway due to a global pandemic. Here, eight Australian chefs share their vision of our food future.


Nelly Robinson (Nel, Sydney)

“When I think about the future I see a dish that engages and plays on all the senses – a dish that takes you on an actual journey,” says Nelly Robinson of Sydney’s progressive Nel.

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