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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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Three Williams: Redfern (18 January 2014)

Is it too early in the year to say this is my favourite new brunch place? Because my experience at 3 Williams was pretty darn awesome. The service was great (quick, efficient and friendly), there was heaps of parking, the menu was interesting, the restaurant was spacious AND the food was pretty damn good too!
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Brewtown: Newtown (25 January 2014)

Our weekends have been slightly overrun these days with wedding planning – cake tasting, marriage counselling and guest list making. Despite all this, we had both seen and heard so much about Brewtown (especially all those “egg porn” photos of Brewtown breakfast dishes on Instagram) that we knew we had to wake up earlier to
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The Moody Chef: St Leonards (18 January 2014)

Last weekend M and I caught up with his cousins at one of our few local cafes (St Leonards) that open on Saturdays. The Moody Chef is an open and inviting cafe with bright green chairs decked out throughout the relatively large area. The staff are friendly and they have an all day breakfast menu
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Mordeo Bistro and Bar: Sydney (16 January 2014)

Last week M and I had the pleasure of experiencing the friendly Southern European hospitality and equally delicious food samples from the team at Mordeo. Tucked away in Sydney’s business district on the corner of Phillip & Hunter Street, Mordeo is a refreshing newcomer that offers a good range of sharable dishes and wine list,
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The Flynn: Sydney (December 2013)

Happy New Year everyone! Recently M and I got engaged so we have been a little off the radar getting our wedding planning off and rolling However before we became all wedding planning crazed and joined the mad pre-Christmas shopping rush, we tried out the bustling Flynn’s at Bligh Street in the city. From memory
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Harajuku Gyoza: Potts Point (24 November 2013)

Harajuku Gyoza is an overly cute and energetic Japanese Gyoza bar that recently opened up in Potts Point. The happy vibe of the place is felt from the moment you walk in with their chorus greeting, and all throughout the meal with their fun-sized gyozas and side dishes. Their menu is quite simple and straight
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Bao Dao Taiwanese Cuisine: Crows Nest (19th November 2013)

Having had visited Bao Dao’s Chatswood branch earlier last year (see review here), we were interested to see how their newly opened sophisticated sister branch fared at Crows Nest. Having been open for around a month or so now, Bao Dao Tawainese Cuisine at Crows Nest aims to offer their diners a fuller dining experience