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Korean Food Crawl around Strathfield – an I Ate My Way Through Meetup

Here at I Ate My Way Through, we love any excuse to go on a food crawl. So to celebrate the Korean harvest festival of Chuseok - a mid-autumn time of celebration where South...

I Ate My Way Through Meetup: Korean Barbecue at Jonga Jip!

Backed by the popular demand of our Meetup group, we were asked about another Korea-town dining event, so we found ourselves at Jonga Jip Korean barbecue in Eastwood! No, no, it's not a food...
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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,...
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Vivid Sydney Festival dining guide

LIGHTS. CAMERA. FOOD! Vivid Light Festival has launched again and will be running until the 9th of June – think skyscrapers draped in vibrant lights and live music. But what’s a night out without...
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Nora and Yaz’s Bangladesh-style wedding feast

The Bengali wedding consists of a series of sophisticated celebrations, including the bride's holud ceremony (sort of like the bridal shower), which I had attended 2 weeks ago. The wedding reception of course was...

Philippine Food Week, Shangri-La Hotel, Sydney

When you decide to send two Filipinos from the I Ate My Way Through team to a Filipino buffet, you can certainly expect that there would be high expectations for this event. Just like...

Matcha Crawl

At I Ate My Way Through, our team are huge fans of Matcha. So we figured why not share our love for all things Matcha on a cafe crawl showcasing some of Sydney’s best...

Hoy Pinoy Filipino BBQ and Street Food + Flavours of Asia Market at Melbourne...

If there's something I've realised recently, it's that Melbourne does food markets well. It's not a surprise I suppose, considering the city's status as the food capital of Australia, (sorry Sydney, but I think...

Ganh Hang Tinh Thuong: Vovicare Charity Lunch, An Annual All-You-Can-Eat Vietnamese Fare

Whenever someone asks me where they can get the best Vietnamese food in Sydney, I never hesitate to send them to Cabramatta, Sydney's Little Vietnam. However, every year around March/April, there's a pop-up Ganh...

Guide to Wulugul Pop Up at Barangaroo

A series of restaurants and eateries have surfaced as part of the Wulugul Pop-Up, which is located on the south side of the Barangaroo development. This lifestyle pop-up will last only until August 2016,...

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