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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 …

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 …

Gaku Robata Grill, Darlinghurst

Chef Harunobu Inukai has long been part of the dining fabric here in Sydney and in Japan. His accolades include working at Hotel Nikko, InterContinental, Bilson’s and Ampersand in Sydney, and also for Robuchon in Osaka. These days (or the last ten to fifteen years …

Yellow, Potts Point

Like the best of us, I’ve waged my own personal war against vegetables in the past. Some, like me, predominantly during that prepubescent stage where food on the table was declined on the basis of being “weird-looking” (this was brinjal in particular for me). I grew …

Moxhe, Bronte

It’s pretty unfortunate that I never got around to writing about my birthday lunch at Moxhe. Not only are the delicious memories now a blur, I didn’t even take a photo of the daily menu at the time so I can’t put a name to …

Spring Yunnan, Haymarket

“This is the first non-Cantonese Chinese food I’ve had that has not been terrible” I’m usually against quoting myself for fear of sounding ridiculous but today’s post is important as it celebrates me finally enjoying “traditional” Chinese food. What do I mean by traditional? There …