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The Grand Sunday Brunch, Sheraton Grand Sydney

I long remember the Sheraton on the Park buffet as a special and well-regarded excursion in the minds of many a Sydney sider. I recall being taken by my...

‘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, Christmas trees, tinsel and candy canes, then the 'Christmas in...

Japanese BBQ at Suminoya Sydney

Tucked in a side street off the main drag of Martin Place, Suminoya is in a perfect position to be missed by the vast majority of CBD workers. However, if you’ve got a hankering for...

Breakfast at Sokyo

A typical traditional breakfast in Japan consists of steamed rice or okayu (rice porridge), miso soup, natto (sticky and pungent fermented soybeans which you'll either love or hate) and tsukemono (pickles). Sometimes it'll also...

Tour of Freycinet Marine Oyster Farm and an epic BBQ lunch at Saffire

The time has come for the last blog post of 2011. It has been an exceptional year of tremendous eats but for this last post of the year, there's no better subject to share,...
Royce hotel melbourne

Royce Hotel, Melbourne

For the last four days, Zen and I have been hiding out in Melbourne -another of our spontaneous holidays. I love the internet age... we were able to plan and book everything from airfare, accomodation to restaurants, all just a day before flying!

The Best All-You-Can-Eats in Sydney

I love dining out as much as (and probably more than) the next person. But the big massive joke about normal dining is that once you finish the meal, that’s the end. Regardless of...
Vivaz-Buffet-Restaurant-&-Nightclub, The Rocks

Vivaz Buffet Restaurant & Nightclub

No buffet has ever gotten me as excited as this one. This restaurant has broken the 'quality over quantity' golden rule by giving us both. You heard right... Quality AND Quantity. Lovers of pork crackling...
High-tea-@-Swissotel, Market Street

High tea @ Swissotel

Girls love pampering, chocolate and gossip. To finish off my heavenly weekend (keep in mind this was wayyyy back at the beginning of this month), I had a manicure and a pedicure... and then arranged for high tea with the girls. I love high tea. All of us turned up in pretty summer dresses and stuffed ourselves with enough sugar to last a year. We spoke about uni, work, family, partners, holidays and aspirations. Nora then joked about it being called 'high tea' because we were so high on sugar. But who could resist? Everything was mouth-watering goodness.

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