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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 …

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 …

Overtime at Oratnek

The folks at Oratnek have invited my friend Erina to check out Overtime at Oratnek, their latest foray into dining after dark. Myself, Jeff and James do what we do best and ride on the coattails of Erina’s instafame and join as her +3s. Oratnek …

Wok on Inn, Zetland

Way back when, I was given the opportunity by AU Review to check out Wok on Inn. It’s but one restaurant that’s part of the formidable line up at East Village in Zetland (think The Village Crow, Lucio Pizzeria, and Taste Baguette) that’ll be competing …

Mama’s Buoi, Surry Hills

I’m told a good Vietnamese meal is scarce to non-existent beyond the realms of Cabramatta. While that statement might be true, this doesn’t deter me from finding as good as it gets in the CBD and inner suburbs. I hazard to say that Vietnamese food …

Kensington Street Social, Chippendale

If my insane birthday week didn’t already show it, I do believe birthday celebrations always call for a little something special. That’s why tonight we find ourselves checking out the next newest restaurant on colourful Kensington Street for my dining partner’s birthday. Kensington Street Social …

Cho Cho San, Potts Point

Part three of my birthday week eating series is Cho Cho San (see part two here). I haven’t been back since Elaine’s 22nd birthday  in 2013 where dinner was pleasant but not an experience worth having again. This was in fairly early days for the …

Cafe Paci

My friend Jason is a really good photographer. I like to tell him that as often as possible because he gets really shy about it. He in turn tells me he enjoys my writing which embarrasses me as well. Ironic it is then that this …

Lost in Los Vida

Due to the tardiness of public transport and who I am as a person, I’m already late to the party. The shopfront from of Los Vida is modest and humble but tumbling down this rabbit-hole reveals a Mexican wonderland unlike any this unaccustomed Alice has …

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, …