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Restaurant Hats and Business Success 2017-2022

The 2023 Good Food Guide for Melbourne is out. 57% of hatted restaurants in 2017 are now closed or have lost their hat status. Let’s have a look at the restaurants that were awarded hats 5 years ago and where they are now:

Here are the details (*closed or lost hat status):

THREE HATS in 2017
Attica*, Minamishima, Vue de Monde

TWO HATS in 2017
Circa*, Cutler & Co, Dinner by Heston Blumenthal*, Estelle by Scott Pickett*, Ezard*, Flower Drum, Grossi Florentino Upstairs, Lume, Matteo’s*, The Press Club*, Rockpool Bar & Grill*, Saint Crispin*, Spice Temple*, Woodland House*

ONE HAT in 2017
Amaru, Anchovy*, Bacash, Bar Lourinha, Bistro Guillaume*, Cafe Di Stasio*, Cecconi’s Flinders Lane, Centonove*, Coda, Cumulus Inc., Dandelion*, Donovans, Easy Tiger Smith St*, Elyros*, Embla, Epocha*, European, French Saloon*, The Grand*, Highline at the Railway Hotel*, Ides, Il Bacaro, Kappo*, Lee Ho Fook, Longrain*, Maha, Marion, Merricote*, Mister Jennings*, MoVida, Noir*, Nora*, O.My, Oter*, Pei Modern*, The Point Albert Park*, Rosetta, Sarti*, Supernormal, Tipo 00, Tonka, The Town Mouse*, Union Dining*