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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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...

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,...

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...

Sedap: Sydney (15 November 2013)

Sedap has been opened for around 2 months now tucked away in Regent Place along George St. It has a quirky Malay retro-dining feel with drinks served in green metal mugs, a cafeteria-style front and varying lengths of long wooden tables spread throughout the restaurant. The menu looked promising and had a variety of squid

Jones the Grocer: Sydney CBD (21 November 2013)

Over the past 16 years, Jones the Grocer (“Jones”) has made a name for itself as a gourmet food emporium with a focus on providing a fine selection of produce, pastries and also restaurant/café. For me, I am definitely pleased to see that their flagship store relocated from Woollahra to Sydney Westfield, making it more

Phoenix Diner: Chippendale (16 November 2013)

Over the weekend we visited the revamped diner at the Lansdowne Hotel. Re-named the Phoenix diner, it definitely seems fitting considering that it has risen from what was previously there that was damaged a few months ago by a fire (or at least from the sprinkling system that was set off due to the fire).
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Café Boheme: Potts Point (15 November 2013)

After a long quarter-end reporting season, it’s good to have a quieter period to enjoy a nice relaxing lunch, and this was exactly what Café Boheme provided for their lunch launch event. Café Boheme is located on the leafy quiet backstreets of Kellett Street away from hustle and bustle of Kings Cross. On a sunny

Old Town Hong Kong Cuisine: Haymarket (5 November 2013)

Hong Kong Cuisine encompasses a huge range of dishes ranging anywhere between “proper” seafood dishes to street snacks. Old Town Hong Kong Cuisine gives a good coverage of many varieties of dishes, with everything from the traditional BBQ ducks/pork hanging out on display to their comforting range of congee. Whilst we had originally intended to

Waitan Media Launch: Sydney Chinatown (30 October 2013)

Last Wednesday, Beryl and I were invited to the launch of Waitan a new restaurant located in the heart of Chinatown. For such a high end restaurant, Waitan didn’t hold back one bit for the launch. With models/lambos parked outside/gift bags/a peking duck table along with a chef specialising in peking ducks/freshly shuckeled oysters/flowing champagne- the venue definitely opened

The Copper Mill: Alexandria (26 October 2013)

A few weekends ago I visited this wonderfully quaint cafe located on the quiet stretch of Mitchell Road in Alexandria with a girlfriend who lived around the corner from it. She had noticed it pop up in recent weeks and we were both beyond excited when we saw items like puffed quinoa, coddled egg and