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Masuya, CBD

Masuya – Japanese Seafood Restaurant

Eyeblaster has finally made the move. That's right... we are in the city! This means more shopping, more food and more importantly, better food. So for our first Friday Lunch, we strolled down to Masuya. The restaurant was full-to-capacity. Note to self: must make booking next time! The waitress politely handed us a menu each, and informed us of a 5 minute wait. I salivated at all the nicely presented food that was being brought out.
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.

Salmon & Bear, Zetland, Sydney

Transport yourself to a cabin in the middle of The Rocky Mountains, and you might just be able to replicate the feel of Chef Mark Jensen’s new venture Salmon & Bear. Located across the...
La-Grillade, Crows Nest

La Grillade

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to La Grillade's relaunch party. While I hadn't been to the restaurant before the revamp, I was impressed by its fresh French appearance and subtle rustic...
Tomodachi, Broadway

Tomodachi, Broadway

Tomodachi to me, means a quick Japanese/Korean lunch or dinner after work. It is often our adventure on a Friday lunch (we all crave the tempura and love the satisfying serving sizes). Situated in the Broadway Shopping Centre means plentiful parking, and quick food. I love it -what's better than a bare 5 - 10 minute waiting time?
Cellini's Bar, QVB

Cellini’s Bar and Restaurant, QVB

Cellini's Bar and Restaurant offers cafe style food inside the glorious (and historic) QVB. We ordered the fettucine carbonara and a roast capsicum and zucchini melt to share... The fettucine carbonara was the perfect serving size for one. The pasta was al dente, and was intertwined with a sublime creamy pesto sauce.

Copo Cafe & Diner, Drummoyne

Copo has been all the rage in the Inner West this past year. Not only were they awared Best Breakfast in Sydney in Everyday Eats 2012, but the cafe has also been well received...
Jamon, Watermelon and Persian Feta bites, arranged in a circle on a white plate.

Cafe Del Mar, Darling Harbour, Sydney

Translating to "Cafe of the Sea", Café del Mar Sydney has been open nearly a year, under the guidance of Food Director Miguel Maestre and Head Chef Ben Fitton. It has become a scenic...

Social Hideout, Parramatta

With plenty of eateries located in Parramatta, the decision to find the perfect place to have breakfast, brunch or lunch can be quite the challenge. Most would follow the crowd towards Church Street, the...
Close up of Chef Manzo's Beef Ragu and Pasta

Pitt St Diner, Redfern, Sydney

There’s nothing quite like the sudden jolt of euphoria you experience when you spot your meal slowly make its way from the restaurant kitchen to your table. Not only have I experienced this myself...

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