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Holberts-Oyster-Farm, Salamander Bay

Holberts Oyster Farm

Unless you are into foraging for wild oysters, the oysters served at Holberts Oyster Farm factory outlet are as fresh as they get. The Holbert family have been growing and distributing their award winning oysters...

Crab Carnival 2017 at The Morrison

The annual Crab Carnival at The Morrison in Sydney CBD is upon us from March 20 to April 18 and boy, is it worth visiting! With a self-proclaimed love for seafood, my ears pricked...
Yum cha and dim sum in Sydney

Best Yum Cha in Sydney – Part 1

After the recent KFC crawl, we got thinking... What other dishes have we always wanted to compare? Sydney's best yum cha (or 'dim sum' for our US & UK friends) synonymously came up as...

Sarita’s at Rocksia Hotel, Arncliffe

Last Wednesday, along with a few of my close friends, I visited Arncliffe's new restaurant Sarita's. Connected to the Rocksia Hotel, Sarita's is a Californian-inspired restaurant/bar that encourages it's customers to sit and chat...
iron Chef Chinese Seafood Restaurant, Cabramatta

Iron Chef Chinese Seafood Restaurant

Iron Chef Chinese Seafood Restaurant is meant to be a part of the new breed. Along side it's sister restaurant, Zilver, they clearly stand out from the traditional Chinese restaurants, in terms of menu range, ambience and furnishing. The restaurant is classically decorated in royal red hues, live bamboo shoots and fancy spotlights. It is probably one of the best looking Chinese restaurants I've ever been to.
Flying-Fish, Pyrmont

Flying Fish

There was no better place to meet a close girlfriend's baby girl than at one chef's hat Flying Fish. It was her first fine-dining experience and I am proud to say that she was...

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...
Cooking-with-pearl-couscous

Cooking with pearl couscous

Rice and pasta are kitchen staples I can't live without. And now, thanks to Blu and the team at Haystac, I can add Pearl Couscous (also known as Israeli couscous) to my list of...
crabcarnival2015

Crab Carnival at The Morrison Bar & Oyster Room, Sydney

If there's one food group I love more than anything else, it'd be seafood, in particular, crustaceans. And of all crustaceans, it is admittedly the crab that I enjoy most. Part of the joy...
Sydney-Fish-Markets

All battered up at the Sydney Fish Markets

Sunday was gloomy, dull and wet. There were pelicans, seagulls and lots of tourists! I'm a regular at Christie's Seafood. They have the biggest and most tastiest lobster mornay... the prawn cutlets are always battered and fried to perfection... and the same old man is there every day of the week, carefully shucking fresh juicy oysters.

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