Archive for August, 2017
 
 
 
Bakery
 

Brickfields, Chippendale

Brickfields is the local café and bakery of your dreams. It’s the bakery that you’ve always wanted around the corner from your home. It has everything you need to live a happy and fulfilled life; good bread, good pastries, good...
 
Casual dining
 

Egyptian Beers at Bekya Middle Eastern Kitchen

Ever had an Egyptian beer? No? Neither had I until I discovered that they had been revealed at Bekya Middle Eastern Kitchen in Harold Park. In amongst the maze of restaurants at the Tramsheds, Bekya is a traditional Middle East...

 
Casual dining
 

Jamie’s Italian Three-Course Truffle Feast, Pitt Street

If you’ve eaten out at any café or restaurant in the past two months, you would have noticed one word on everyone’s lips, truffle. Truffle season is upon us in Australia and it usually runs from June to September every year. Ch...
 
Modern Australian
 

Silvester’s, Sydney Harbour Marriott

One of the interesting aspects of dining in Sydney Harbour Marriott at Circular Quay is that the hotel’s enormous reception area has now been redeveloped into two new venues – a modern Australian restaurant Silve...
 
Buffet
 

Taste of Indonesia, Shangri-La Hotel Sydney

With a flight time of less than seven hours from Denpasar to Sydney, Indonesia has long been a popular holiday destination for Australians thanks to its agreeable climate, affordability and vibrant culture. No need to travel th...

 
Cookware
 

Cured Salmon Gravlax

There’s something really grown up about owning your first set of proper chef knives. With a sudden boost of confidence thanks to renowned German knife brand F Dick who gifted me a very sleek chef’s set (including a ...
 
 
Best views
 

The Bistro at Manly Pavilion, Manly

Nestled on picturesque Federation Point in Manly Cove is foodie favourite The Bistro at Manly Pavilion. Boasting some of the best views in the cove, this unpretentious eatery has been gaining notoriety over the p...