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Café Mint, Surry Hills, Sydney

It’s no secret around the office that I’m quite partial to Mediterranean Cuisine. I can eat mezze plates and mixed grills until I am bloated with pita bread and muttering incoherently from meat sweats....

Jump onboard the Mezza Train

If you live in Sydney, then you’ve either heard of or been to a 'Sushi Train'. You sit on a high bar stool and watch as glorious food swirls before you in a circle,...
Qaboli, Mantu and buranee-badenjan

Happy Afghan Independence Day + Khaybar Restaurant, Auburn

Jeshyn-Afghan Day (Independence Day of Afghanistan) is the commemoration of the Anglo-Afghan treaty of 1919 (also referred to as The Treaty of Rawalpindi), which granted Afghanistan independence from British control after three wars with...
Kazbah-and-Pizza-e-Birra, Balmain

Breakfast in Balmain – Kazbah and Pizza e Birra

Options are aplenty when it comes to breakfast in Balmain, and two spots I really really like are Kazbah and Pizza e Birra. Over the last few years, Kazbah has become rather renowned for its...

From the bazaar to the city: Kazbah Souk

In amongst the bustling bright lights of Potts Point is a slice of the Middle East. New to the Kazbah Group, Kazbah Souk is an underground restaurant that sends the culinary traditions of the...
Mint-Cafe,-Surry-Hills

Mint Cafe, Surry Hills

My love affair with my new-ish neighborhood continues as I fall for yet another of its fabulous cafes. I've been meaning to share with you some of my regular haunts, but this one will...

Thievery, Glebe, Sydney

Growing up, I was taught that stealing was bad… clearly Thievery didn’t get the memo. With an idea that the “menu was stolen from a big shot chef”, I don’t mind though, because the...

Shenkin, Erskineville

Israeli restaurant chain, Shenkin, are launching a new menu in March 2017 and invited us along to try some of their new items. A homegrown business, the first Shenkin restaurant opened in Erskineville in...

Egyptian Beers at Bekya Middle Eastern Kitchen

Ever had an Egyptian beer? No? Neither had I until I discovered that they had been revealed at Bekya Middle Eastern Kitchen in Harold Park. In amongst the maze of restaurants at the Tramsheds,...

Beit Trad, Lebanon

It takes a lot for me to be truly impressed and blown away by a hotel. So many factors come into play: the location, the décor, the...

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