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Readers: 14474
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Articles: 58
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My WeekendNotes - 58
Harajuku Gyoza is one of the few eateries that I've visited multiple times in multiple locations. It continues to reinve... [more]
Over recent weeks, I've overheard some disbelief and even frustration around the closing of the ever-popular Longrain in... [more]
Situated a stone's throw away from the bustling centre of Kings Cross, Yachiyo Japanese Bistro is a cosy Japanese dining... [more]
The new kid on the block, just a stone's throw away from Lidcombe station, Bunker 64 generally impresses with a two stor... [more]
Nestled in the quieter end of Liverpool St in Sydney CBD, Yasaka Ramen stands out as a good contender with frequent queu... [more]
Perched in the Rocks, a few minutes from Circular Quay station, El Camino Cantina is a Tex-Mex crowd pleaser, serving st... [more]
Situated next to ANZ on 1 Chifley Square is Sushi Tei, an authentic modern Japanese restaurant which attracts a crowd of... [more]
We had narrowed our selection of places to restaurants which offered Korean Fried Chicken. After a quick Google search, ... [more]
We were eager to explore Bowen, a town located a bit over an hour from Airlie Beach, where we were staying on our weeken... [more]
For those strapped for time and still eager to see some of the tucked away wonders of Sydney and surrounds, here is my f... [more]
As always, Chatswood was bustling with people on a Saturday night. As we were strolling down Victoria Avenue in search f... [more]
Deciding on a place to eat dinner has been a perennial challenge for my friends and I, especially when displaced from th... [more]
Located on the top level of Market City in Sydney's bustling Chinatown, Poporo Takeru is a Japanese restaurant that serv... [more]
As word of mouth recommendations have flourished in the era of technology, I have been delighted to experience a variety... [more]
Upon the recommendation of a passionate foodie friend, we went to Left of Field, a popular brunch waterside spot. Locate... [more]
Belly Bao is a tucked away shop away from the always bustling George Street, located on Liverpool street. It specialises... [more]
Haven Tailoring Coffee Joyously is a serene conveniently located cafe beside Central Station on Chalmers St. As a popula... [more]
After a coastal stroll along Cronulla Beach and The Esplanade, we chose to eat brunch at Pilgrims, a notable "Hole in th... [more]
Mojee is a Korean restaurant in Strathfield located a very short stroll from Strathfield Station. The restaurant is acce... [more]
Customs House bar is an authentic bar and restaurant that has both a large indoor and outdoor seating area. To our surpr... [more]
The Soda Factory is one of Sydney's most popular speakeasy bars, located beside the heart of the CBD. Upon my first v... [more]
On a dinner-searching stroll down Burwood Rd, my friend and I stumbled upon a spacious and cosy restaurant called SparQl... [more]
Located a short stroll from both Central and Town Hall stations, my friend and I visited this unique café for lunch upon... [more]
As newbies to the Newtownian night-life, my friend and I walked down the bustling King Street looking for a wholesome an... [more]
In organising a friend's birthday party, I started googling one of my favourite cuisines, that being, the Malaysian cuis... [more]
After reading one too many food blogs, I decided to venture to one of the most appealing foodie destinations, Cafe Creas... [more]
My friend and I visited Brewtown Newtown, known for their beverages and also, their very popular cronuts of many exotic ... [more]
Having a donut craving after the long and stressful exams, my friends headed to Redfern station to find The Milk Bar by ... [more]
Five years after first hitting the Pyrmont Precinct, Pyrmont Festival returns with a huge 10 day program to showcase the... [more]
15/05/2015 - 24/05/2015
At the very center of Bondi Junction in Oxford Street Mall is this year's Global Table. The Global Table on 3 May, 2015 ... [more]
03/05/2015
On a lazy Tuesday evening, my friend and i ventured down Parramatta rd to a lovely cosy German restaurant called Essen r... [more]
An interesting and unique art exhibition that challenges the human mind will be on display at the Kind of Gallery in St ... [more]
06/05/2015 - 16/05/2015
A dinner by the harbourside. Beside the beautiful Sydney Harbour facing the Harbour Bridge and Sydney's night lights,... [more]
Troupe Viva serves to perform classical and contemporary music to enlighten and entertain audiences of all ages. They wi... [more]
11/04/2015
The Wellness Walk is a Sydney Harbour Bridge walk which raises funds for those suffering from mental illnesses. A... [more]
11/10/2015
Before watching the spectacularly wonderful production of Les Miserables at the Capitol Theatre, my friend and I stopped... [more]
An exhibition of the finest, most promising young art is on display at ARTEXPRESS at the Armory. Celebrate young creativ... [more]
03/03/2015 - 28/04/2015
It is the season of the Easter Bunny and loads and loads of chocolate. The Easter Fairs are fast approaching. A day spen... [more]
29/03/2015
As part of a day activity, my friend and I were lodged in Erskineville, a friendly and hip neighbourhood close to the C... [more]
Taking place in the first weeks of March, the International Women's Day hosts a celebration of women achievement with a ... [more]
11/03/2015
Walking through Chinatown on a dreary afternoon, my friend and I were thrilled to pass N2. Admittedly, we'd bot... [more]
Following the huge success of The Voice, reality TV has dominated TV screens across Australia with the My Kitchen Rule... [more]
I've been trying to find this shop for quite some time. It was one of my childhood favorites on the way back from Saturd... [more]
SPLASH is a newly formed percussion ensemble at the University of Sydney. James Guest, the artistic director of ... [more]
30/05/2014
Get involved! Free and open to the public, Sydney Mechanics' School of Arts provides an educational public event tha... [more]
25/05/2014 - 31/05/2014
Wicked is a musical, music and lyrics by Stephen Schwartz, based on the untold story of the Wizard of Oz. The first pr... [more]
20/09/2014 - 28/09/2014
Gumballs is a newly open conveniently located takeaway shop in the heart of World Square. The cuisine duplicates th... [more]
I have a love/hate relationship with chocolate. I find myself guilty of over indulging in the small moments of pleas... [more]
The Little Snail Restaurant and Bar is a French restaurant situated on the outskirts of Darling Harbour in Pyrmont. ... [more]
Tennis is an exhilarating, heart pumping exercise. From the Australian Open to Wimbledon, the sport captures the heart... [more]
Yogurtland is humbly tucked next to Gloria Jeans outside of Town Hall Station en route to Event Cinemas. Unlike Moochi w... [more]
Please note that there are spoilers ahead Restless is a romantic drama film directed by Gus Van Sant, notably known f... [more]
Jane Eyre by Charlotte Bronte is a timeless classic that has remained relevant even in the modern society, despite b... [more]
The lovable Hugh Dancy, the star of the Jane Austen Book Club and The Confessions of a Shopaholic, plays Adam, a you... [more]
What better way is there to start Mother's Day than with your family and friends soaking in the salubrious fresh air? Wo... [more]
11/05/2014
The team at My Gap Year offers volunteers with life changing experiences dedicated to helping the lives of many people i... [more]
An untold story of Charles Dickens behind his genius and popularity emerges in selected cinemas in Australia. Ralph F... [more]
Calling all music lovers, Mendelssohn's classical masterpiece Elijah will be performed by the Sydney Philharmonia Choirs... [more]
14/05/2014 - 17/05/2014