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Saké, The Rocks

The last time I set foot into Saké, I was still technically in high school. As far as hunting for Japanese food goes in Sydney, it’s not typically a name that comes to mind. But when you’re very nearly about to be handed the worst …

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 …

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 …

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 …

Le Bernardin

Hello from New York! I was hoping to update my blog sooner than this but this trip has been, to sum it up in one word, overwhelming. I’ve only ever known what living is like in a large city and have travelled to many of …

Jarernchai Grocer & Boon Cafe

Jarernchai Grocer is Boon Cafe. They’re both co-habitating in the same place along Pitt St, kind of like brother and sister to the big mom that is Chat Thai. The grocer stocks what looks like some of the finest Thai produce and ingredients but I’m …

Summer in Malaysia 2014 – Part One

Hello, I’m trying to deviate from the constant barrage of food related posts (particularly trying not to write a restaurant review every single day) so here’s an update on my last couple of days. I flew home to Malaysia My flight was less than perfect because …

Luke Mangan’s Glass Brasserie

This little teacup, short and stout is how we began our Glass Brasserie experience. It is an amuse bouche of duck (soup?) something or other that tastes like a broth made lovingly over a stove at home. A few of us note that it reminds …

Devon By Night

As always it’s a little bit hard to know which photos to pick and which photo to lead a blog post about Devon Cafe because every single darn thing on the menu is just so photogenic. This is my third time at Devon by Night, …

Ramen Ikkyu

I’ve been to Ramen Ikkyu a few times now but this is the first time it’s been for an occasion. We have an import at work for the next week or so from our Singapore branch who as a fellow foodie we felt it was …