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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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Batch Burgers & Espresso: Kirribilli (20 October 2013)

Last Sunday night we visited Batch Burgers & Espresso, the new kid in town bringing in plenty of energy and fun to the strip of restaurants/cafes at Kirribilli. I loved the fun 50′s American diner vibe, with bright splashes of red and yellow throughout the diner. The staff are also dressed in theme, and the bar
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The Choc Pot: Burwood (19 October 2013)

The Choc Pot is a cosy and adorable new cafe that was opened (around 3 weeks ago) by owners Ash and Deirdre. Having been disillusioned by the mass-produced desserts that they had observed being served around cafes in Sydney, they decided to embark on the daunting task of opening their own chocolate bar. Ash is
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The Paramount Coffee Project: Surry Hills (29 September 2013)

Since having heard that the guys behind Reuben Hills (MILK SHAKES!) and Melbourne’s Seven Seeds had joined forces to open up the Paramount Coffee Project (PCP), M and I went with his friends to try out some of the many dishes we had been recommended to try by his friends. Located in the old Paramount
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Anatoli @ The Eastern Hotel: Bondi (14 September 2013) also Chimmi’s Bar

Greek cuisine is one of those cuisines that I love, but I just haven’t found that many Greek restaurants in Sydney that have really stood out. Unfortunately, this is the rare battle that I’ll reluctantly admit, Melbourne has the upper-hand over Sydney (although i do highly rate the Athenian and Medusa in Sydney’s CBD). This
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Devon Cafe: Surry Hills (31 August 2013)

The unassuming facade of Devon Cafe located in the quieter side of Devonshire Street in Surry Hills, has been quite the talk of the town amongst bloggers and our friends alike. We finally had our chance of trying out the place a few weeks ago and was not disappointed with the delicious food served up
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Southern Highlands Food and Wine Festival Giveaway!

In Australia, we are truly blessed to have so many areas that provide ideal conditions to grow varying produce and wines. One of the emerging gems is the wonderful Southern Highlands region that is only around 90 minutes drive south of Sydney. Whilst we usually view Bowral as the place for tulips and all things