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Tim Ho Wan: Michelin-star Christmas yum cha banquet

A cornucopia of Christmas colours started slowly filling the dining table as many bloggers and top Zomato food reviewers began to feast with their eyes (and no doubt contemplate the Instagram photo possibilities). I had...

Betty’s Burgers

I fell in love with Betty's Burgers while on a girls weekend in Surfers Paradise, initially I was drawn to it by the bright, retro decor and the curiosity to find out what...

Penny Whistlers, Kiama

What’s better than Sunday brunch at a café with a view? Not much in my opinion. Penny Whistlers in coastal Kiama provides great food and a great view out onto Kiama harbour. Not only...
ribs, wagyu, brisket, pork belly, pork, bread

Papi Chulo – Manly Wharf

Sadness is the expression of sorrow or unhappiness. Despair however is the complete loss or absence of hope – this is a more accurate description of how I felt after spending 3 weeks in...
Din-Tai-Fung,-World-Square-Sydney

Din Tai Fung, World Square Sydney

Talk of Din Tai Fung's perfect xiao long bao aka soup dumplings (or steamed mini pork buns) has been all over town. And as a result, it has been reviewed by almost every food...

Girdlers, Dee Why

The Strand in Dee Why is arguably the best beachfront strip in all of Sydney’s Northern Beaches. In most places, the beach is cut off by a horrible main road. But Dee Why is...

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....
Kobe Jones, Sydney

Kobe Jones

It's been almost a year since I've last seen Tracey. We were 'bum chums' a couple years back... and then we grew apart. So, graduated and working - we decided it was finally time for a girly catch up. Who could believe -she's entered the working life as a primary school teacher! Anyways, craving some infused Japanese food; we headed towards King Street Wharf's Kobe Jones, and were led outdoors to a romantic candle-lit table for two. We sat facing the wharf and soaked in the glorious sunshine (I love daylight saving!).
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...

Sushizilla, Central Park

Sushi - a Japanese art form in itself - has recently been associated with affordable, quality food that is neither going to break your bank nor your stomach. A favourite with busy office workers...

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