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Mr Wong, Sydney

Mr Wong is yet another Sydney institute that needs no introduction. The golden child of the Merivale empire, it sits in a back alley near Bridge St, where it famously pumps out modern Cantonese fare with enough of an international slant to be universally appealing. …

Henry Lee’s, Redfern

Henry Lee’s in Redfern is a stalwart in the Sydney brunch game, despite not having the same social media clout as the usual suspects in the city. We’re here at 11.30 am on a Sunday morning, peak brunch hour (any time that’s dangerously close to …

Alem’s House, Camperdown

My first and only other time dining Ethiopian was several years ago in Footscray, Melbourne. If there was ever a place in Melbourne to have Ethiopian, Footscray with its diverse East African community, is it. I’m not blind to the fact that Australia is still …

A1 Canteen, Chippendale

A collective sigh of relief was exhaled throughout Sydney, as soon as A1 Canteen opened its doors to the public. Has ever a photo of a fried eggplant, provolone and romesco sandwich done the media rounds, the way Clayton Well’s did back in November 2017? …

Yang & Co, Castlecrag

All photos by Sarahlianhan   We’re back at Yang & Co, almost a year later. It is a little far, clocking in just over an hour from where I live via public transport. But on this occasion, we’ve all piled into Jeff’s car, like the …