Papa Gino’s on Lygon Street is a straightforward restaurant at the heart of this Italian hub. The food and service is simple, quick and cheap and is popular with large groups, families and students.
In the heart of Zetland you’ll find this gem of a pizzeria. Lucio has been a Sydney institution since piazziolo Lucio De Falco set up shop in Darlinghurst and now Zetland.
Don’t worry – this Dolar Shop isn’t a bargain shop selling party props or tourist tat. Rather a popular chain from Shanghai specialising in Macanese hotpot
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.
Named after Swedish botanist Daniel Solander, Solander Dining and Bar is found in Sydney’s swanky boutique hotel, West Hotel.
Cockle Bay Wharf is an ideal destination for many reasons: it’s a couple of minute’s walk from the CBD
The first thing I noticed when I stepped into Warren and Holt was the the fact that it was packed wall to wall with diners
Temasek Sometimes it takes a fresh set of tastebuds for you to truly appreciate a cheap eat. I’ve been going to Temasek for their traditional Malaysian and Singaporean fare for ages. But only recently, had I introduced this place to my parents! Needless to say, they absolutely loved it. I didn’t have my camera with […]
Off the beaten track and surrounded by bushland, Urban Tadka isn’t just somewhere you stumble across.
Nene Chicken If you’re like me and believe that fried chicken is a food sent straight from the gods themselves, then you’ll either be crazy excited to know that NeNe Chicken has finally opened up in Sydney, or you’ll be chowing down on a take-away box of Nene’s Swicy drumettes as you read this. Either […]