Time Out Melbourne Food Awards 2015 Winners Announced

MELBOURNE | Last night saw the 2015 edition of the Time Out Melbourne Food Awards at George Calombaris’ restaurant Gazi. Across 10 categories, some of the best in Melbourne’s food scene were celebrated for the part they play in making Melbourne a great city to wine and dine in. The team at Gazi kept attendees suitably fed throughout the night with some top food and drinks and the night was great fun. Without further ado, here are the winners.

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Hot Talent

Blayne, Chayse and Tyson Bertoncello, O. My
(Highly commended: Thi Le, Anchovy)

time out melbourne food awards 2015

Best New Restaurant

Lûmé
(Highly commended: Anchovy)

time out melbourne food awards 2015

Best Casual Diner

Tipo 00
(Highly commended: Magic Mountain Saloon)

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Best Bang For Buck

Hakata Gensuke
(Highly commended: Tina’s Noodle Kitchen)

Best Fine Dining Restaurant

Minamishima

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Best Cafe

Piggery Café
(Highly commended: The Kettle Black)

People’s Choice

Hutong Dumpling Bar

Chef Of The Year

Scott Pickett, Estelle Bistro, ESP, Saint Crispin
(Highly commended: Koichi Minamishima, Minamishima)

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Restaurant Of The Year

Kappo

time out melbourne food awards 2015

Legend Award

Hana Assafiri, Moroccan Soup Bar
(Highly commended: Maha)

time out melbourne food awards 2015

Congratulations to all of the winners. A much deserved bunch of individuals who have all helped make the food scene what it is in this city over the past year (and in some cases many more). May Melbourne always remain a great city in which to eat and drink! And to finish off this image focused, word light post, a picture of one of the food highlights of last night, Bombe Metaxa meringue topped chocolate caramel ice-cream, sprayed with brandy and flamed!

time out melbourne food awards 2015

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