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2016 unbowed unbent unbroken

I’ve tried to make it a point for the last two years to do a recap of the year that was, no matter how busy I am. Last year I was frantically throwing everything together and had hit the Publish button just before I was …

Breakfast Thieves, APW Bangsar

Australians love their brunch food, so much that brunch itself is a likely strong contender in our relentless journey in defining what ‘Australian cuisine’ really is. For this reason it’s hard to find a comparably good cafe feed in Malaysia, it’s simply not an even playing field …

Fish & Co, Glebe

Since the rise of on-demand food delivery apps, I’ve definitely found myself reaching for my phone more often. It definitely helps when the selections are a lot more interesting than greasy Thai or greasy Indian. On a superbly lazy evening, we ordered Fish & Co …

Saint Peter, Paddington (Brunch)

I love sea urchin. I could probably end this restaurant review at that because I’m fairly sure I make a song and dance about sea urchin (or uni if you prefer) often enough that you know the routine. It’s also the sole reason I was …

Dewakan, Malaysia

I spent last month traversing through various parts of Europe. This leave from work should explain both my recently freed up time to start posting on the blog again and also the fact that each post was a backlog from meals had up to eight …

Automata, Chippendale

I went to Automata for my birthday which was approximately eight months ago, long enough that the menu has almost certainly changed. I don’t even have my notes on the food anymore or even the names of the dishes so this post is essentially quite …

Yakitori Yurripi, Crows Nest

  The last couple of months have shown that winter wasn’t just coming, it was here and hell-bent on freezing the behinds of every Sydneysider. But aside from your usual comfort foods of soups, stews and ramen, taking a trip to your local yakitori den also …