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Casa Di Nico, Sydney

Casa Di Nico

On a breezy spring evening, Zen and I strolled along King Street Wharf seeking a warm dinner to satisfy our grumbling stomachs. Casa Di Nico looked so warm inside, and the idea of hearty pasta and seafood locked in our choice.
brunch-at-Bello’s, Burwood

brunch at Bello’s

On this extremely late Sunday afternoon, we decided to brunch at Bello. I've been here a couple of times before and have loved their generous servings and location. It's a fabulous excuse to impulse shop, although you might not be in the mood after paying almost $10 for a bowl of wedges with sweet chilli sauce and sour cream.
Caffe-Sicilia,-Surry-Hills

Caffe Sicilia, Surry Hills

Date nights have taken Zen and I to all pockets of Sydney. Depending on our moods and cravings, we'll go anywhere from having a cosy night with noodles and dumplings at Ashfield, to driving...
Pompei's pizza at Bondi Beach

Throwback Thursday: Pompei’s at Bondi Beach

It wasn't until the Pizza Festival last year that I truly learnt to appreciate pizza and the little nuances that makes it such a popular dish around the world. Authentic pizza is not loaded with...

The best of Sydney, according to Time Out

I'm a big fan of Time Out. I would never visit a city without first consulting the local Time Out guide. Time Out Sydney's Food Awards 09 winners were announced this week, so let's see...
Red Star, Waterloo - pasta

Red Star Pizza Cafe, Waterloo

Red Star is a small pizza cafe on Bourke St, Waterloo.
Deconstructed Sicilian Cassata

Candelori’s, Smithfield

Often, the 'fancier' the restaurant, the more it gets associated with a bulky corporation, unfeeling and impersonal. Well, I'm happy to say that Candelori's - a fixture of the Sydney's Western Suburbs fine dining...
Celery and Celeriac theme at Berta Tuesday Sagra Dinners

Tuesday Sagra Dinners at Berta

For something a bit different, book yourself in for Berta's weekly sagra dinners! Sagra is an Italian concept that involves a celebration of the bounties of Earth. Festivals pop-up around small towns to celebrate...
Pizza e Birra, Surry Hills

Pizza e Birra, Surry Hills

The establishment was hard-to-miss, though it lacked signage. The interior was airy, with large warehouse windows, cemented ceilings and basic wooden chairs and tables (we sat on the only round table). We were firstly served complimentary bread and organic extra virgin olive oil. The bread was excellent. For main's, I ordered the Maccheroni which was served in fresh tomatoes and basil. The crispy eggplant was awesome and wasn't one bit too oily.
Machiavelli,Sydney

Machiavelli

Machiavelli needs no introduction. It's reputation has been flourished by the high rollers and politicians of Sydney and with that, expect to pay the high prices.

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