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Mekong Restaurant, Chippendale

The Mekong River travels more than 4,000 kilometres through China, Myanmar, Laos, Thailand, Cambodia, and Vietnam.  It has become an important trade route that connects the six countries to each other and the rest...

Work In Progress @ Eric Koh pop-up dim sum bar

Due to popular demand, dim sum master Eric Koh's pop-up at Merivale's Work In Progress has been extended to December 23. As one of the rare places in Sydney to serve dim sum at...
Vietnamese fare flatlay

Rolling in Redfern: Báhn Mì and Rice Paper Rolls at Yellow Fever

The quest for a good Báhn Mì takes you to many fine establishments, invariably titled with a number in the name to mark the year their Vietnamese owners opened shop, emigrated – or just...
Bungalow 8 - All you can eat mussels

All You Can Eat Mussels at Bungalow 8

The last time I attempted an all-you-can-eat mussels event was back in 2009, with fellow food bloggers Billy of A Table For Two, Simon of The Heart Of Food and Richard of Here Comes...

Salaryman, Surry Hills

Salaryman looks completely unassuming from the outside with dark tinted windows hiding a restaurant home to amazing fusion food with an intoxicating charcoal scent wafting through the room from their incredible in-house charcoal grill....
Cheese filled crispy chicken breast from 3Q Chicken

Asian Street Food in Sydney

Nature schmature. While most people might travel to Asia to see the amazing scenery and temples, we all actually know that the action is in the food. The street food. But if you don't...
A veritable feast of dishes at Oriental Teahouse

Oriental Teahouse, Melbourne

I've always associated tea master David Zhou's Oriental Teahouse with just teas - after all, I love popping by the outlets when I'm in Melbourne, tasting their hot and cold brews. But somehow, it...
LL-Wine-&-Dine, Potts Point

LL Wine & Dine

Who would have thought that a TV show like Underbelly would enhance a dining experience? I was recently catching up with some friends at one of the relatively new hot spots in Kings Cross, Llankelly...

1606 Luis de Torres

Cafe culture is finally slowly rolling out in the northern Sydney suburbs and 1606 Luis de Torres, a stone’s throw from Rhodes train station, is a minimalist and modern addition to the scene. Named after...
Chef's Selection tasting platter

Korean Food With A Twist: Smokkim Modern Kitchen

When you live in a city like Sydney, you’re never pressed for choice when it comes to trying different cuisines. A simple walk down the right city street will take you on a culinary...

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