For over 40 years, Gault&Millau has been recognised as a producer of unique and definitive food guides. Gault&Millau has become one of the most trusted brand names in Europe and, since 2014, has been expanding its reach within Australia. Following the standards set by the original French guide, the 2017 Restaurant Guide focuses on what really matters: the food. Gault&Millau acknowledges the skill and creativity of chefs and the quality of the food above all other aspects of restaurant dining. Gault&Millau’s independent judges provide the reliable, unbiased reviewing that is the cornerstone of the guide. Gault&Millau Australia adopts the 20-point and 5-hat system that is renowned in the brand’s birth country, France. This scoring system allows restaurants in the guide to measure themselves against their peers around the world. With over 600 restaurant reviews across Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane and Canberra, the 2017 Restaurant Guide is designed for savvy diners. It is a must-have companion for locals and visitors wishing to navigate Australias vibrant restaurant scene.
Gault&Millau originated in France more than 40 years ago and is a well-respected international authority on dining standards. Gault&Millau is now licensed in 13 countries worldwide and is expanding year-on-year. Launching in Australia in 2013 with the 2014 guide, Gault&Millau Australia has quickly grown its readership and recognition both in the consumer and trade markets. Gault&Millau Australia is the only international restaurant guide in Australia and the only printed guide to cover the Sydney, Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne markets in one book.
• Independent: Gault&Millau judges are trained to international standards and are completely independent.• International: Gault&Millau is an internationally recognised brand and review rating system, giving Aussie Chefs a globally accredited qualification.• Recognised: Gault&Millau has been established for more than 40 years and has shaped how restaurants are reviewed, recognised and acknowledged.• Global benchmarking: An international points and hat system means that Australian restaurants can be measured against the best in the world. • It’s all about the food: Unlike other guides, Gault&Millau 2016 Melbourne & Sydney Restaurant Guide focuses on the skill and creativity of the chefs and the
quality of food above all other aspects of restaurant dining. • Reader friendly: With over 600 reviews across Melbourne, Sydney, Brisbane and Canberra, the guide is the perfect reference for travellers and locals, with restaurants organised by
state and suburb for easy reference.