web analytics
Home Authors Posts by Charisse Calderon

Charisse Calderon

28 POSTS 0 COMMENTS
Charisse is currently in the middle of studying her (very long) double degree in Communications and Law. As a self-declared foodie and social media lurker, you will most likely find her at a local café or restaurant chowing down her latest meal – after taking at least 20 different photos of it. As a lover of life, adventure, travel and dessert, Charisse believes life is too short not to have that cronut.

Machiavelli Ristorante Italiano, Sydney

Machiavelli Ristorante Italiano is a classy, highly regarded restaurant that has brought authentic, traditional Neapolitan cuisine to Sydney-siders since being established in 1988. Under...

Shoalhaven Foodie Trail: Ulladulla, Milton, Mollymook, Huskisson and Berry

The Shoalhaven is a large region towards the south coast of New South Wales enviably settled between expansive coastlines and unspoilt mountains. A single road...

‘Christmas in July’ at Feast, Sheraton on the Park

If you're the type of person who counts down the months, weeks and days until December 25 and who revels at the sight of gingerbread houses,...

Goonoo Goonoo Station and Glasshouse Restaurant, Tamworth

Having opened only recently in November 2016, Goonoo Goonoo Station (pronounced gun-a-gun-oo) has rapidly been building its reputation as a sort of one-stop-shop for...

Taste Tamworth (28 April – 7 May)

Tamworth is a city in regional NSW that is no stranger to tourism. The annual Tamworth Country Music Festival has earned the city the...

“A Week in India” Food Festival, Shangri-La Hotel Sydney

At the Shangri-La Hotel in Sydney, all day dining restaurant Cafe Mix offers diners an array of international flavours. Under the guidance of its head chef...

Greek Yum Cha at Opah (10th Birthday Party 2 of 4)

The thing I love most about food is its ability to bring people of diverse backgrounds and experiences together. I've always enjoyed trying new...

Guide to Port Stephens

If you’re up for a little winter holiday in NSW but are not necessarily up for braving the snow and ski resorts, Port Stephens...

Guide to Mudgee: Part Two, The Wine

A visit to Mudgee is not complete without immersing one’s self in the region’s rich culture of winemaking, which has earned Mudgee its spot...

Guide to Mudgee: Part One, The Town

For those of us who have grown up in the hustle and bustle of city life, there’s nothing quite like escaping to a charming...

Latest Eats