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Se Jong Korean, Campsie

Se Jong (Korean Restaurant), Campsie

This is ultimately my favourite Korean restaurant! The service is excellent (I love how they cook the food for you), the staff are super friendly and they really care about their customers. I walked in on a Sunday afternoon after the lunch operating hours and they were more than happy to re-open for just a table of two! However, the best thing about this restaurant is it's price and authenticity.

La Casa Ristorante, Russell Lea

Dining at La Casa is like feasting with the Sicilian family I never had. Honest food, generous servings, sumptuous meatballs, perfectly cooked pastas and delectable cannoli, which starts and finishes with a big hug...
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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...

Blanca Bar and Dining at Bondi Beach

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The renovated New Shanghai, Ashfield

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Butcher and the Farmer, Tramsheds Harold Park

Up until not so long ago, Sydney boasted one of the most comprehensive tram systems in the world with, at its peak, more than 400 million passenger journeys every year. Unfortunately the increasing popularity...

The Q on Harris, Ultimo

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Cafe-Cre-Asion, Sydney

Cafe Cre Asion

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Sho Noodle Bar, Melbourne

While many are drawn to the Crown Complex at Melbourne for its gaming floor, I kept coming back for the food. It was New Years Eve 2008 and amidst the loud crowd building up outside,...
Port Orient, Harbourside

Port Orient Restaurant (and Karaoke)

Port Orient Restaurant transforms into a karaoke bar after 9pm. So while we were really here to embarrass ourselves, the food was surprisingly impressive. For $59.90 per person, we had the 'Special Christmas Banquet' with two entrees (four pieces for $10). And what a great night it was -there was plenty of laughter, great entertainment and fablulous views which overlooked the harbour.

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