Time Out Food Awards 2018: Nominees

And the nominees for the 2018 Time Out Melbourne Food Awards are...
Photograph: Graham Denholm Captain Moonlite
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The annual Time Out Melbourne Food Awards allows us to toast the city’s best restaurants, top chefs and rising culinary stars. The culinary talent in this city is staggering, and 2018 has been a particularly good year. These are the movers and pan shakers who are killing it right now.

Restaurant of the Year
Atlas
Attica
Carlton Wine Room
Cutler and Co
Ishizuka
Matilda 159 Domain
The Mayfair
Osteria Ilaria
Saxe
Sunda

Best New Restaurant
Bar Carolina
Congress
Matilda 159 Domain
Saxe
Sunda

Chef of the Year
Tomotaka Ishizuka, Ishizuka
Khanh Nguyen, Sunda
Scott Pickett, Matilda 159 Domain
John Paul Twomey, Carlton Wine Room
Phil Wood, Laura

Best Casual Dining Restaurant
Anchovy
Bar Liberty
Embla
Harley and Rose
Park St Dining

Best Fine Diner
Attica
Cutler and Co
Flower Drum
Ishizuka
Kisumé

Best Café
Duke of Kerr
Good Times Milk Bar
Industry Beans Lt Collins
Light Years
Small Graces

Best Cheap Eat
Butchers Diner
Dodee Paidang
Miznon
The Rochester Hotel
Smith and Daughters

Best Regional Restaurant
Brae, Birregurra
Captain Moonlite, Anglesea
Igni, Geelong
Laura, Merricks
Wickens at Royal Mail Hotel, Dunkeld

Hot Talent Award
Matthew Butterworth, Ramblr
Cian Fenaughty, Sunda
Zack Furst, Ides
Beth Kirchner, Carlton Wine Room
Moray Lamb, Osteria Ilaria

People’s Choice Award
Voting closed on August 9 and the winner will be announced on the night

Legend Award
No nominees. Winner announced on the night
 

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Melbourne, it’s time to mark Monday August 20 in your calendar, because the annual Time Out Food Awards are almost upon us. Join us as we toast the city’s best restaurants, top chefs and rising culinary stars. Expect delicious drinks carefully matched with canapés, sweet tunes, and all the suspense of the awards as we give back to those venues and chefs that make feasting in Melbourne superb. 

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