#TravelwithKunal captures Chef Kunal Kapur’s culinary journey across Queensland and South Australia, and showcases his many adventures and experiences Down Under.
Join Chef Kunal as he savours the best of food, wine & adventure at Kangaroo Island and the Great Barrier Reef, or learns how to surf at the Gold Coast. All this while cooking up a storm with some of the best chefs in Australia.
"Shooting for the series #TasteWithKunal across the gorgeous states of South Australia and Queensland was truly a remarkable experience. It was an amazing journey exploring and relishing fresh local produce and great delicacies across food joints and breweries. Be it sipping some of the finest wines at the renowned vineyards, interacting with the Koalas and seals or trying out fun activities like a helicopter ride and snorkeling! Australia’s natural beauty is definitely a sight to behold. It was refreshing to witness such enthusiasm and passion amongst the warm locals. Every experience in Australia is truly unique in itself." -
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The Best Cafés in Australia
Australians have become so obsessed with coffee that it’s hard to remember Australia was once a nation of committed tea drinkers. And while tea has hardly been relegated to the sidelines – there are tearooms and teashops in every capital city in the country – coffee is now the conversation. Where it’s from, how it’s roasted, who’s doing the roasting: these are issues of vital importance to discriminating coffee connoisseurs. Yet the café culture that has sprung up around this coffee bean obsession is about much more than a brew, with quality food an equally crucial ingredient in encouraging punters back. Here are some of the best cafés the country has to offer.Add to my sales tool kit
Australia’s Ultimate Dining Locations
Over the past decade Australia has become a culinary destination par excellence, as the rest of the world is fast discovering. When it comes to fine dining and out-of-this-world gastronomic experiences, visitors to Australia are spoilt for choice. From sparkling harbourside dining and luxe lodge stays to dinner in the sands of an ocre-red desert illuminated by the southern night sky, Australia is a gourmet hedonist’s dream destination. Enjoy some of Australia’s best food and wine in some of the world’s most stunning surroundings.Add to my sales tool kit
Best Restaurants for Uniquely Australian Food
Some of the newest ingredients landing on plates at Australian restaurant tables are thousands of years old, as Australian chefs turn to their own backyard for inspiration. That backyard, mind you, stretches over 6.5 million square kilometres (2.5 million square miles), so they have a bit of ground to cover. As Australian Aboriginals have known for 40,000 years, this vast, dry country is home to countless wild, native plants, herbs, nuts, seeds and berries across the six climatic seasons recognised in Aboriginal culture. Visitors to Australia can now sample the results of this inspiration on tables that range from the finest restaurant in the land to an outback country pub. Here are just a few.Add to my sales tool kit
Australia’s Food and Wine Trends for 2016
It’s no secret that Australia has fresh produce. What’s less well-known is that the country’s foodies are exceptionally innovative and creative so the food scene is dynamic and ever-changing. Here’s what food-and-wine loving travellers can expect in Australia in 2016.Add to my sales tool kit
Australia's quality fresh produce
Traditionally Australia has been known for its ability to produce a prodigious amount of grain, high-quality wheat and barley, and for its sheep and cattle exports. But that’s changing, as producers learn to take advantage of a number of comparative advantages that set Australia apart from much of the world. Firstly, with so many different climate zones from tropical to desert, from temperate to downright artic, there’s nothing Australia can’t grow or produce.Add to my sales tool kit