Huddled between the art galleries and cultural venues of South Bank’s Cultural Precinct sits a dining destination with a menu as enchanting as the surrounding artworks. GOMA Restaurant is a stylish locale with a penchant for using sustainable, locally sourced ingredients in unexpected ways – but always with delectable results. Take your pick of dishes such as the charred sugarloaf cabbage with ajo blanco and smoked Gouda or the Schultz family free-range pork with a sticky date hoisin glaze and whipped tofu, or opt for the chef’s menu to share. Sit inside or out and enjoy views of the sparkling river and its grand, neighbouring structures. Drop in or book a table for lunch Wednesday to Sunday, and continue your afternoon of indulgence with a saunter through the nearby galleries.