Australia’s top restaurants 2017: who totally dominated?

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Online restaurant booking and review app, OpenTable, has revealed the top 50 restaurants in Australia for 2017 and the winner is... Sydney!

The app analysed over 70,000 verified OpenTable restaurant reviews for more than 1,500 Australian restaurants and all signs point to Sydney. The harbour town had a strong 25 restaurants in the top 50, followed by the sunshine state, Queensland who beat out Melbourne for second place. To be fair, it's tough for Melbourne to beat a state that can include restaurants from holiday paradise Noosa Heads in their pool.

As for what we've loved dining out on, it's all about spiced-up Asian chow and fresh, modern Australian.

Scroll through for a selection of Australia's top 50 restaurants for 2017, the remainder of the list is below in alphabetical order (data courtesy of OpenTable):

Aria Sydney, Sydney 
Big Poppa's, Sydney 
Bistro Guillaume, Sydney 
Chocolate Buddha, Melbourne 
Dead Ringer, Sydney 
Elio's Osteria, Brisbane 
French Saloon, Melbourne 
Glasshouse, Melbourne 
Hartsyard, Sydney 
Hell of the North, Melbourne 
Hideaway Kitchen & Bar, Broadbeach QLD 
Kepos & Co, Sydney 
Kneading Ruby, Sydney 
Les Bubbles Bar and Bistro, Brisbane 
Lotus Barangaroo, Sydney 
Lotus Dumpling Bar, Sydney 
Lotus Galleries, Sydney 
Lucy Liu Restaurant, Melbourne 
Madame Wu, Brisbane 
Meet, Sydney 
Mercado, Sydney 
Mjølner, Sydney 
Momofuku Seiōbo, Sydney
Nour, Sydney 
Osaka Trading Co., Sydney 
Osteria di Russo & Russo, Sydney 
Restaurant Hubert, Sydney 
Ricky & Pinky, Melbourne 
Rockpool Bar & Grill, Sydney 
Rogue Bar + Bistro, Brisbane 
Rumi Restaurant, Melbourne
Sails, Noosa QLD 
Sokyo, Sydney 
Stokehouse Q, Brisbane 
Sum Young Guys, Brisbane 
Tequila Mockingbird, Sydney 
The European, Melbourne 
The Woodhouse Restaurant, Melbourne  
Tinamba Hotel, Melbourne  
Trattoria Emilia, Melbourne  
Vaquero, Brisbane

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