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My WeekendNotes - 42
Love sashimi? Try poké bowls. Now don't assume that these are Squirtle shaped food items. Far from it. Poké (pronounced ... [more]
Meet Vincent (Bill Murray), a grouchy old alcoholic gambling veteran with a cat who becomes a baby sitter for his new ne... [more]
26/12/2014
'War Photographer' by Carol Ann Duffy was always a poem that stood out to me when my English Literature teacher introduc... [more]
Craving Korean? The owners of Madang present Danjee (Korean for clay jars or container) hidden down a small alleyway nea... [more]
Dragon's Back trail is one of the most popular hiking trails in Hong Kong. In addition to its cool name, this hiking tra... [more]
"Bao" is Chinese for bun, a common staple that can be eaten alone or paired with a variety of fillings. The Little Bao r... [more]
The MCA is currently hosting the Festival des Métier (Festival of Crafts) for Hermès Australia from the 2nd to the 6th o... [more]
02/10/2014 - 06/10/2014
Ever heard of 3D printing? A group of designers have setup The Third Dimension pop-up store in line with the Sydney Desi... [more]
05/08/2014 - 24/08/2014
Fix St James is a cozy Modern Australian restaurant hidden along Elizabeth Street. The restaurant is owned by Stuart Kno... [more]
jones the grocer embraces gourmet food and presents a range of products ranging from tea leaves, chocolates to handmade ... [more]
Situated right alongside beautiful Balmoral beach is The Bathers' Pavilion - a restaurant where owner and chef Serge Dan... [more]
Those who are tired of the lines at Mamak should wander over to George Street for some Sedap (translates to yummy or del... [more]
I loved revolving restaurants as a kid. So I jumped at the chance to visit the one in Sydney to celebrate someone's birt... [more]
Have you heard of The Little Snail? French food lovers should definitely check out this restaurant in Pyrmont. As th... [more]
I think I've found a place with the most green tea related menu items in the world. Chanoma Cafe will definitely satisfy... [more]
It's rare to find good quality hand crafted goods nowadays. East is East Boutique Markets is a new market held on the fi... [more]
Ever wondered what it felt like to be Spiderman as a kid? Try indoor rock climbing. With a climbing buddy and a combinat... [more]
High tea at The Peninsula is a truly decadent affair and not for those in a hurry (or with sore feet). An hour long wait... [more]
"In the future, everyone will be world-famous for 15 minutes." Andy Warhol was right. To commemorate the 25th anniversar... [more]
15/12/2012 - 31/03/2013
Often compared with the taste of blue cheese, stinky tofu is a popular snack found commonly in Taiwan, Hong Kong and Chi... [more]
IceDEA finds ideas in ice cream and creates flavours and concepts for different events and functions. It is an artisan i... [more]
Centennial Park is a lovely place for a run or cycle on a nice day and also offers plenty of space for a picnic with fam... [more]
The Blue Elephant Cooking School is a great way to discover traditional Thai cuisine, from the markets to cooking in the... [more]
The Food Society is an Eastern European restaurant in Darlinghurst which offers a modern twist in a casual dining settin... [more]
Never seen a Steam Train? Get on The Cockle Train from Goolwa to Victor Harbor. Named after the cockles that were collec... [more]
Coogee beach is pretty awesome. Less busy than Bondi but still boasting a gorgeous ocean view, Coogee is home to the Bar... [more]
Blackeby's Old Sweet Shop is truly a kid's dream (at least those with a sweet tooth). Though there are no Oompa Loompas ... [more]
Nonya refers to the intermarriage of Malay an Chinese culture that arose from the descendants of early Chinese immigrant... [more]
After checking out reviews of good brunch spots online, a couple of friends and I decided to check out Mad Spuds Cafe on... [more]
Popshop is definitely the funniest shop in town. This is the kind of place that you would've imagined Fred and George We... [more]
Caroline Bouquet is a French artist based in Sydney. She has lived in various places around the world, including Hong Ko... [more]
05/11/2012 - 10/12/2012
On the 11th January 2013, 50 lucky winners will have the chance to be invited to an epic sleepover at the Sydney Opera H... [more]
11/01/2013 - 12/01/2013
The J. Paul Getty Museum is one of my favourite places to visit in Los Angeles. Features of the permanent collection inc... [more]
Ever heard of fire chicken? How about fire chicken with cheese?? If you can take spicy food this should be on your list... [more]
If you're running out of weekend brunch ideas and craving good coffee then it may be time for a trip to The Grounds... [more]
Having trouble finding a nice gift for someone? There's a little store in Penshurst that may just have the present you'r... [more]
Recall the days of Duke of Ed? If you are into hiking, orienteering (and possibly getting lost) or maybe just getting aw... [more]
Nothing like avoiding catastrophe on Friday the 13th by catching up over a three course lunch! Restaurant Assiette (Fren... [more]
Looking for a place to dine at for a special occasion? Try est. - an award winning three hat restaurant run by Peter Doy... [more]
Having walked through Chinatown many times, I can't believe I've never stopped at the Emperor's Garden Cake and Bakery S... [more]
The Sydney Morning Herald Grower's Market is held on the first Saturday of every month at Pyrmont Bay Park (near Star Ci... [more]
Recently I had the chance to try out the food at Glimpse Bar and Kitchen. As we were in Watsons Bay, I couldn't help but... [more]