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Ichi-ban Boshi: Sydney CBD (03 March 2015)

Ichi-ban Boshi has always been one of our go-to places for ramen (as well as for many other Sydney-siders as witnessed by all the...
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Watsons Bay Hotel (Beach Club): Watsons Bay (December 2014)

Following our post on the gorgeous views of North Bondi beach from North Bondi Fish, Watsons Bay Hotel is another restaurant that showcases one...
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North Bondi Fish: Bondi Beach (December 2014)

 With the gorgeous weather Sydney has been having, we’ve been on the hunt for some lunch spots to soak in as much of that...
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Joe’s Downstairs: Phuket (August 2014)

One of the best restaurants in Phuket to enjoy cocktails and food over breathtaking views is Joe’s Downstairs. Following on from a recommendation from...
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Good Time Diner: Bondi Junction (17 October 2014)

Last week (or was it the week before?) we crossed the bridge and headed to Bondi for some shared comfort food with fellow bloggers...
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Chiba Ken: Waikiki (September 2014)

After our wedding, we went on our honeymoon to Phuket (Thailand) and then our own separate ways. B went to Honolulu while I went...
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Ippudo: Central Park (24 September 2014)

To our dear readers! Both B and I apologise for the long drought of blogposts. It’s been an eventful few months but now that...
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Spoonful Cafe and Living: Neutral Bay

Their store is based on a “LOHAS” (life of health and sustainability) concept and their dedication to a green and organic lifestyle is echoed...
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Charlie & Co Burgers and Becasse Bakery: Sydney (June 2014)

Both Charlie & Co Burgers and Becasse Bakery have been open for over three years at Westfield Sydney “Food on Five” Level 5 foodcourt,...
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Waitan: Sydney (11 June 2014)

A welcoming trend I’ve noticed recently in the Sydney food scene is the emergence of high-end modern Chinese cuisine such as Mr Wongs, China...
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House Of Crabs: Surry Hills (14 March 2014)

Bright painted room? Check. Flashing lights? Check. Cocktail slushy? Check. Fried sides? Check. Apron bibs on? Check, check and check! We were ready to get our hands dirty with some serious crab feasting! But firstly let’s go back to the beginning. After making a reservation (a few days ahead is needed for a Friday night)
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Moutai Flagship Store Opening: Sydney (18 March 2014)

Last night was the official opening for the revered Chinese “baijiu” Moutai. Often marketed as the “world’s most mysterious spirit” and referred to as China’s “national alcoholic drink“, what we wanted to find out was what makes this liquor so special? or warrant the $$ price tag? We soon found out that there is a
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Per Se: New York City

As cheesy as it may sound, Per Se is definitely my favourite “fine dining” restaurant I’ve been to yet. The service was flawless, the dishes were exciting and well executed and the atmosphere was magical. Whilst it has been over a year since our visit there, the memories of the dining experience still lingers and
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Taste of Sydney: Centennial Park (13-16 March 2014)

Taste of Sydney is back again, offering Sydneysiders the opportunity to tantalise their taste buds around the many “taste-sized” dishes on offer from popular Sydney restaurants. This years restaurant line up included the popular Chur Burger, Porteno and Longrain as well as some regional stars such as Biota Dining and Muse Restaurant. In addition to
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Onyx Lounge: Newtown (6th March 2014)

Last week we had the pleasure of trying out the recently opened Onyx Lounge in Newtown. Located on the busy King Street near Newtown station, Onyx Lounge provides the perfect hideaway oasis from all the hustle and bustle in Newtown. Upon walking up a short flight of stairs, we were surprised to see the open
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Vesta Italian: Darling Quarter (27 February 2014)

Last week we had the pleasure of trying out the relatively newly opened Vesta. Located in the busy Darling Quarter area, the restaurant blends in well with the modern and “airy” surroundings with it’s glass panels and open spacing. The food and service though is what sets the restaurant apart. Whilst we’ve all had our