Archive for February, 2011
 
 
 
Casual dining
 
New-Shanghai,-Chatswood-Chase
New-Shanghai,-Chatswood-Chase
New-Shanghai,-Chatswood-Chase

New Shanghai, Chatswood Chase

I have been going to New Shanghai at Ashfield (and the neighbouring Shanghai Night) to get my dumpling fix for years. They’re perfect for many occasions – when I’m too lazy to put on make-up, when I’m no...
 
Technology
 

iPhone4 home-screen wallpaper for food lovers

I’ve been procrastinating a fair bit today. And during that time, I designed a new home-screen wallpaper for my iPhone4. I love it so much I thought I’d share it with all you food lovers too! There’s a garlic ...

 
Chinese
 
Grace-&-Henry’s-Wedding
Grace-&-Henry’s-Wedding
Grace-&-Henry’s-Wedding

Grace & Henry’s Wedding

Remember back when every weekend was spent partying at somebody’s 21st or 25th birthday? Well, now I’ve hit that stage in life where everybody around me is getting married. The latest wedding celebration was Grace a...
 
Banquets
 
Uchi-Lounge-Darlinghurst
Uchi-Lounge-Darlinghurst
Uchi-Lounge-Darlinghurst

Uchi Lounge tasting menu

I have long been a fan of Uchi Lounge’s modern Japanese cuisine and knew a re-visit was a must after learning that chef and owner Takashi Ohuchi had strengthened his team; appointing his brother Wataru Ohuchi (who has tra...
 
Competitions and Giveaways
 

The great Taste Of Sydney giveaway

It’s that time of year again where the Brazilian Fields at Centennial Parklands transforms into a foodie heaven, featuring Sydney’s finest restaurants, wineries, producers, exhibitors and live entertainment. Taste O...

 
Events & Festivals
 
X asianX eventX festivalX hawkerX MalaysianX noodlesX pandanX rotiX street foodX sydney CBD
X asianX eventX festivalX hawkerX MalaysianX noodlesX pandanX rotiX street foodX sydney CBD
X asianX eventX festivalX hawkerX MalaysianX noodlesX pandanX rotiX street foodX sydney CBD

Malaysia Kitchen Food Market

Have you always wanted to travel to the culinary delights of Malaysia but haven’t for one reason or another? Well, now you can because Malaysia has come to Sydney! Following the footsteps of successful events in London an...
 
 
Newspaper
 

I Ate My Way Through Granville, mentioned in the City Hub and City News!

The latest addition to our guided culinary tours scored a mention in this week’s editions of the City Hub and City News. Woohoo! Baba With Bloggers Food blogger Jennifer Lam (Jenius) believes that these days “everybody ta...

 
Bakery
 
Victoire, Rozzelle
Victoire, Rozzelle
Victoire, Rozzelle

Victoire

Formerly at Balmain, Victoire boulangerie / pâtisserie moved down the street to Rozelle late last year. This was good news for me as it meant I was now only minutes away from eye candy! The sweet scent of freshly baked Parisian...
 
Europe / North
 
Best-Iranian-restaurants-in-London
Best-Iranian-restaurants-in-London
Best-Iranian-restaurants-in-London

Best Iranian restaurants in London

London may not have the large Iranian expat population of LA (parts of which are even nicknamed Tehrangeles) or Toronto, but there are dozens of restaurants competing with each other to offer the most authentic Persian cuisine....
 
Chinese
 
Teochew-Peach-shaped-Kueh
Teochew-Peach-shaped-Kueh
Teochew-Peach-shaped-Kueh

Teochew Peach-shaped Kueh (红桃粿)

Also commonly referred to as “p’ng (rice) kueh” or “Teochew red kueh“, the Teochew Peach-shaped Kueh is traditionally known as “红桃粿”, pronounced as “ung toh kway” in Teochew...