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La-Grillade, Crows Nest

La Grillade

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to La Grillade's relaunch party. While I hadn't been to the restaurant before the revamp, I was impressed by its fresh French appearance and subtle rustic...

MoVida at Sydney Airport

Bags? Check! Phone charger? Check! Friend who you’ve conned into dropping you off at the airport? Check! Phone? Oh God where’s my phone?! That’s right...in my pocket (duh) Are you like me when you travel? Even though I’ve...
brunch-at-Bello’s, Burwood

brunch at Bello’s

On this extremely late Sunday afternoon, we decided to brunch at Bello. I've been here a couple of times before and have loved their generous servings and location. It's a fabulous excuse to impulse shop, although you might not be in the mood after paying almost $10 for a bowl of wedges with sweet chilli sauce and sour cream.

Who Is Madame Shanghai?

The front door of Madame Shanghai might as well be a time machine as we stepped through it into an opulent dining room decorated with Chinoiserie wallpaper, Chinese motifs and malachite fixtures reminiscent of...
Jamon, Watermelon and Persian Feta bites, arranged in a circle on a white plate.

Cafe Del Mar, Darling Harbour, Sydney

Translating to "Cafe of the Sea", Café del Mar Sydney has been open nearly a year, under the guidance of Food Director Miguel Maestre and Head Chef Ben Fitton. It has become a scenic...
Celebrating our 10th birthday with Salmon and Bear and Zomato!

Salmon and Bear (10th birthday party 4 of 4)

Running a blog is hard. I mean, you gotta feed it, care for it, help it grow... it's kind of like taking care of a child, with the hopes that one day it's going...

Porteno, Surry Hills

One of our last meals in Surry Hills as locals was at Porteno. You haven't lived until you've eaten their suckling pig. And brussel sprouts. I still pinch myself every time...
Sushi Tengoku, Kensington

Sushi Tengoku, Kensington

So after a late night at uni, Zen and I decided to stop by this small neon-lit restaurant, which we'd always driven past. Sushi Tengoku was packed with local "honkie" families. As soon as you enter, you're exposed to a fresh but fishy scent. I sat on the only available table, and waited for it to be cleaned whilst listening to everyone's conversations about food. Every table seemed to prize what they had ordered... fresh sashimi, and sushi of every sort... mMm...
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re-visiting the fish markets

With my new Canon 50mm f/1.4 USM Lens, I hit the live tanks at the Sydney Fish Markets:

The Malaya

One of the perks of working in the service industry is free food (and booze, but I like to focus more on the food). Last night, we took one of our clients out to...

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