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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 …

Niland Dreams of Fish Plate

My friends often joke that my order pattern when eating out is so predictable that they can guess it off the bat to 75-80% accuracy. High on my list of priorities are seafood, followed by something raw, a tartare if available, and vegetables. I have …

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 …

Sakana-Ya

Sakana-Ya might as well be renamed Low-Ya considering the frequency in which my family goes there. Birthdays? Sakana-Ya. Celebratory event? Sakana-Ya. Weekend dinner for when someone is too lazy to cook? Sakana-Ya. I love daily routines like getting up at 6 am and brushing my …

Google, Chelsea Markets and Random Touristing

Quick coffee and breakfast stop at Eataly before we make our way to the meatpacking district where the Chelsea Markets are. They say that American coffee tastes like dirt-coloured drain water. But the Italians that I have met in my life (Hello Gieki and Dre) …

Restaurant DC, Malaysia

Wow, Monolid No More got such an overwhelming response. Thank you so much! I’m flattered many people took the time to actually read it in its entirety considering how word heavy it was before the photos. All the feed back was also largely positive as …

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 …

Surry Gills

Quick post on this awesome little eatery in Surry Hills. While I have a lot of foodie friends and friends I’ve turned into foodies *cough*Robert*cough*, there are some that really don’t think food is a big deal. It sounds like that would be a deal …

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 …