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Bennelong

I never really thought I would go back to a Peter Gilmore restaurant after one particularly lacklustre experience at Quay in 2012. But from the moment it was announced that he had won the tender for the space in the Opera House, I knew I …

Sakana-Ya

Sakana-Ya might as well be renamed Low-Ya considering the frequency in which my family goes there. Birthdays? Sakana-Ya. Celebratory event? Sakana-Ya. Weekend dinner for when someone is too lazy to cook? Sakana-Ya. I love daily routines like getting up at 6 am and brushing my …

Samyang Foods Buldak Bokkummyeon Review

I hardly ever eat instant noodles but I absolutely cannot back down when my spice tolerance is challenged. My cousin Adrian got into reading The Ramen Rater over the holidays and started to go looking for some of these supposed best instant noodles in the …

Google, Chelsea Markets and Random Touristing

Quick coffee and breakfast stop at Eataly before we make our way to the meatpacking district where the Chelsea Markets are. They say that American coffee tastes like dirt-coloured drain water. But the Italians that I have met in my life (Hello Gieki and Dre) …

Izakaya MEW

Murakami Bingo by Grant Snider isn’t a real game, although I suppose you could play it at a binge-reading slumber party if that’s your thing (it’s my thing). It’s a visual depiction of the most common Murakami-esque plot devices that litter throughout most of his novels, …

William Blue Dining

One of my first meals back in Sydney was with some friends of mine at William Blue Dining. Another friend of ours who has since gone overseas often raved about the good value of a meal here. It’s not hard to see why when $38 …

Restaurant DC, Malaysia

Wow, Monolid No More got such an overwhelming response. Thank you so much! I’m flattered many people took the time to actually read it in its entirety considering how word heavy it was before the photos. All the feed back was also largely positive as …