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OpenTable reveals Australia’s top 50 romantic restaurants for 2018

February 12, 2018 Dining No Comments Email Email

The most romantic night of the year is in sight, and for those who have yet to make a restaurant reservation, OpenTable, the world’s leading online restaurant reservations platform, today unveiled its Top 50 romantic restaurants in Australia for 2018.

The romance came alive across the hospitality industry as OpenTable analysed the opinions of more than 70,000 restaurant reviews submitted by verified OpenTable diners from more than 1,500 restaurants nationally, to find the most romantic venues in Australia.

Mitchell Nunis from OpenTable, said: “Valentine’s Day is one of the biggest dining days of the year for restaurateurs as couples and friends from all around the globe celebrate this romantic day over the dining table. The top 50 romantic restaurants in Australia are all renowned for their intimate atmosphere, delicious dishes and impeccable service, providing uniquely memorable experiences to discerning diners time and time again.”

Showcasing a range of much-loved favourites as well as several new eateries, Queensland tops the list as Australia’s most romantic dining destination for 2018, with the sunshine city securing 17 spots in the top 50.

Simon Hagenson, Restaurant Manager of Brisbane’s Stokehouse Q said, “With an award-winning, contemporary wine list and menu, attentive and youthful service, and uninterrupted views of the Brisbane River and city skyline, we’ve strived to make Stokehouse Q the ideal location for date night. “

The complete top 50 list may be viewed at

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