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Sushi-Bar-Rashai, Annandale

Sushi Bar Rashai

By the time you read this, I will be in the land of sushi and all things cute and quirky. Yes, that is Japan. I am only spending a short time here and will...
Nagoya-Yakiniku, Syndey,

Nagoya Yakiniku

This post was due a few weeks back when I was craving Yakiniku. Nagoya doesn't compete against Iwa in terms of class, style and presentation... but hey! It's a buffet. That's right -all you can eat for 1.5 hours.

Yebisu Izakaya

Tucked conveniently at the back of Town Hall’s Regent’s Place in the heart of Sydney and filled with literally every Japanese food under the sun, Yebisu Izakaya is a place that allows you to grab anything...

Cherry Blossom Festival at Saké Restaurant & Bar

No one loves spring more than I do. Not only is it my birthday season (happy birthday to me), but it’s the time of year where the weather finally starts warming up and the...

Blanca Bar and Dining at Bondi Beach

If you haven’t heard the name Tomi Bjorck yet, you are about to hear it a lot more often now in Australia. Aged only 34, Tomi Bjorck has already built a successful career working...
Uchi-Lounge-Darlinghurst

Uchi Lounge tasting menu

I have long been a fan of Uchi Lounge's modern Japanese cuisine and knew a re-visit was a must after learning that chef and owner Takashi Ohuchi had strengthened his team; appointing his brother...
Ishiya japanese stonegrill, Melbourne

Ishiya Japanese StoneGrill

The first time I heard about stone-grilling, I was rather turned off... I had pictured a succulent piece of steak on an ordinary slab of rock. How primitive and unhygienic! Stone-grilling is actually an ancient method of cooking, adopted from the Egyptians and Vikings. The stone is heated at 400 degrees celsius, and allows you to quickly seal in all flavours. It provides a standard cooking time of up to 1 hour...
Izakaya-Den,-Melbourne

Izakaya Den, Melbourne

Izakaya Den is probably the best definition I could give, for what I look for in a restaurant. It is a hidden gem in the basement of a busy city corner and unless you...

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...

Kid Kyoto

Japan has always been a place of wonder and excitement for me. A few years back in Osaka, I got lost while wandering around in some back streets and ended up having a long...

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