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MuMu-Grill’s, Crows Nest

MuMu Grill’s Take It Slow Dinner

Slow food was "founded in 1989 to counteract fast food and fast life, the disappearance of local food traditions and people's dwindling interest in the food they eat, where it comes from, how it...

Cala Luna are keeping summer alive, with their Oyster and Wine Flight

In honour of the sea’s finest delicacies, throughout the month of May, Cala Luna are offering guests the chance to try three different oyster varieties, paired with three different sommelier selected wines.  Cala Luna have...
District-Dining, Surry Hills

District Dining

One of the greatest joys of being self-employed is being able to work my own hours - and take long lunches whenever it seems fit. Unfortunately, it's not something I do very often as...
Flying-Fish, Pyrmont

5 year anniversary at Flying Fish

This is the view of the Sydney Harbour Bridge from my seat. Fabulous aye? Flying Fish is located in a warehouse along Pyrmont's Jones Bay Wharf, just off Pirrama Road. The story hasn't changed much...
Bau-Truong,-Marrickville

Bau Truong, Marrickville

There's no shortage of Vietnamese restaurants in Marrickville but with tonight's opening of Bau Truong's third restaurant, the foodie scene at this Inner West village has just gotten hotter! Bau Truong's first two locations at...

Olio Kensington St

The Kensington Street hub in Central Park is a continually evolving locale of trendy restaurants, cool hawker stalls and bustling activity. Immediately upon entering the precinct located adjacent to the Central Park complex and...
Aria, East Circular Quay, Sydney

4 Years at Aria Restaurant

Zen and I have now been officially dating for four years. I love you babe! But I lied... about having made a reservation... and then I got caught out! So instead of going to Astral, I made an eleventh hour call to Aria Restaurant. They had one table available if we promised to finish by 7.45pm, or another available from 9.30pm. I frantically took the earlier table, and convinced Zen to speed into the city. Forty minutes later, we were parked on Macquarie Street, and wondered why the restaurant was only 60% full. So we took our time and admired the stunning Harbour views.
Mr-Wong, CBD

Mr Wong

Only the Merivale group could spend $4 million on setting up a restaurant and get me THIS excited about a new Chinese restaurant. There are no shortages of modern Chinese/Cantonese restaurants in Sydney so what...

The Bistro at Manly Pavilion, Manly

Nestled on picturesque Federation Point in Manly Cove is foodie favourite The Bistro at Manly Pavilion. Boasting some of the best views in the cove, this unpretentious eatery has been gaining notoriety over the past year for...
Bodega,-Surry-Hills

Bodega, Surry Hills

There was once when my idea of a good night out was skipping dinner (I know, hard to believe nowadays!) and heading out to a club to dance away the night. These days, I...

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