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My WeekendNotes - 97
Twilight decanted into the softly lit dining space of Above Par through the diversity of wine bottles lining the glass... [more]
Rain battered the streets that afternoon, yet there was bustle inside Burger 10. The rising and falling jabber spoke... [more]
Talk of the food bazaar in Sydney and the limelight is often stolen by the CBD based food joints. It takes a certain... [more]
It is a humid February day and after a long dry spell of shimmering heat, the skies have finally overshadowed. The cro... [more]
It is 1pm on a spring Sunday and Mikel Coffee is humming with activity like bees on fresh morning blooms. The coffee h... [more]
Early that morning as we entered the historic-looking brick building, Pinaki, the restaurant manager, greeted us wit... [more]
At the northernmost tip of Bondi beach stands a humble dot of a cafe, amongst the seaside food giants. The crisp blu... [more]
A defined segment of time locked by the lens, an emotion frozen forever, a struggle immortalized, a thought personif... [more]
22/06/2019 - 23/06/2019
Norah Head Lighthouse Arrested in an eternal lip-lock by the blue sky, Norah Head Lighthouse stands like a proud ... [more]
Sunday stood soaked in the mid-winter Sydney rain outside the warm glass-enclosed interior of Cafe Free. Inside, day... [more]
Tasting like the flouncy jovial sweetness of orange candy, 100 Things (100 Dinge) conceals in its bitter dark chocolat... [more]
23/05/2019 - 12/06/2019
On a bright Sunday afternoon when one finds a Sydneyside restaurant or pub whisper quiet and sans any semblance of a... [more]
If extravagance had an alter ego it would be XS Espresso. No doubt it has earned excess Insta-highlight for its food... [more]
On that warm light rich day, as our car sped along the stretch from Gloucester to Walcha, the road seemed like a ste... [more]
There is one question that every roiling and revolting stomach hates to hear when you are standing at the door of the ... [more]
Isn't there a conjugal relationship between humans and soups! In sickness and in health, under the sun and in the ra... [more]
From within the ever-growing galaxy of Sydney food culture, it is a rather cumbersome task to pick the brightest sta... [more]
So.., what're you gonna do about it? asks Astrid matter-of-factly, every time a pensive Hiccup finds himself in a... [more]
Unlike the multi-hued vibrance of period dramas, Yorgos Lanthimos' most recent creation is an alloy forged in dark hum... [more]
Travelling along Oxford Street in Paddington, inching towards or away from Centennial Park, there is every chance on... [more]
Like a kite it soared on the wafts of pleasure and pique alike - its body splayed out and gleaming gingerly with the... [more]
Finding Social Hideout is a treasure hunt. Like the luscious filling of a dumpling, the cafe lies illusively hidden ou... [more]
Steeled with sentiments both jolly and melancholy, Jason Reitman's Tully is a steadfast projectile that will surely send... [more]
Standing before the bold steel grey facade of Dear Delicious, we couldn't help our smiles at the name that had a pleas... [more]
With an air of absolute certainty, I can say, each of the stations within Sydney have a single Platform one. But not i... [more]
Writer/Director Paul Thomas Anderson digresses from the lovey-dovey mainstream representation of romance and proffer... [more]
It could have been a usual story out of the oodles of romances rolling out of the Hollywood stockpile every year. Wh... [more]
'Which one do you want?' came my husband's usual at-the-restaurant-table question. Only the "what" had been replaced by ... [more]
Impression-at-first-sight of Social Brew Cafe: sun-kissed black and brown facade rising in stark contrast to the adjoini... [more]
There is something scenic about dining at buffets. They are active zones of highly volatile "plate" tectonics. Did tha... [more]
Brevity is the name of the game and that precisely is the first impression Piccolina Espresso casts on you. Even locatin... [more]
It always lands one in a tricky spot when the task at hand is to rate or review a restaurant that is part of a franchise... [more]
Personifying Rozelle Espresso would be to call it the quintessential boy-next-door who thrives only on the chill pill. M... [more]
It often takes an inescapable truth to churn out a lifetime of endurance. The directorial panache of J.A. Bayona highl... [more]
Tropfest is the world's largest short film festival. Hatched and developed in a cafe by founder John Polson, the festiva... [more]
08/02/2017 - 11/02/2017
A hurricane of the highest magnitude is what writer-director Paul W.S. Anderson delivers in the finale of Resident Evil ... [more]
Before molecular gastronomy invaded the modest empire of food and conformed it into contemporary artwork on plates of he... [more]
The Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, in collaboration with the British Museum, brings to Sydney an exhibition of six... [more]
10/12/2016 - 25/04/2017
Once the sun dips below the western horizon, it signals a cessation of activities in Sydney Olympic Park. Though an occa... [more]
Out of all the Shanghais that have cropped up on Liverpool Road in Ashfield, one clearly stands out. Friends had tipped ... [more]
Sydney Tea Festival brings to Sydneysiders all the essentials of Camellia sinensis, commonly known as tea. From humble b... [more]
WHALE WATCHING CRUISES - HOT DEALS! The first mail screamed when I was browsing through my inbox a few weeks ago. Lips p... [more]
Recently in Masterchef 2016, Elena Duggan made gluten free green tea noodles. Not only was her dish one of the top to be... [more]
26/08/2016 - 27/08/2016
For those of you who love the friendship of food and a good old bottle of wine standing tall among your dinner plates, G... [more]
05/08/2016 - 07/08/2016
As the hours quicken towards the big day, things haze into a dream for all soon-to-be married couples. Men picture their... [more]
Do you by any chance have a crafty bent of mind? Oops! Did I just say crafty? Well, this one is nowhere related to the w... [more]
22/06/2016 - 26/06/2016
The crescendo of rampant human activities has sent wildlife numbers plummeting downhill at a horrific pace. In the last ... [more]
The journey from coop to plate is finished fast and without much fanfare, unless we are considering the culinary arts. P... [more]
10/06/2016 - 12/06/2016
As the day shrinks to its shortest possible length and night draws its long drapes over Sydney's skyline on a cold 21st ... [more]
19/06/2016 - 21/06/2016
As the name suggests, Dog Lovers Show is all about "Man's Best Friend." The entry requirements are as follows: a)... [more]
06/08/2016 - 07/08/2016
Time hardly matters when our sweet tooth is bitten by the craving bug. Whether it is winter with the days condensed and ... [more]
03/06/2016 - 05/06/2016
Good food not only calms our cravings but is also therapeutic in de-stressing the mind. Thai cuisine has a similar impac... [more]
Orchids are startlingly diverse in their shape, size and color. These prodigious blossoms belong to one of the largest f... [more]
13/05/2016 - 15/05/2016
No matter how aristocratic a car one might be in, it is always dwarfed in front of the Highway beasts - the trucks. Stan... [more]
Vivid lights, Vivid colors, Vivid imaginations, Vivid ideas, Vivid portrayals - that is me trying to wrap Vivid Sydney i... [more]
Although it's the age of smartphones and DSLRs, clicking a great picture is a matter of patience and skilled hands. Unde... [more]
I miss those days when a visit to the local zoo or museum, hand-in-hand with Mom, was a matter of immense joy. The wildl... [more]
Out of all the fantastic animals in Taronga Zoo, the Reticulated Python grabbed my attention. The sheer size and colour ... [more]
Wanting to spend our weekend conquering a National Park that wasn't too far from Sydney, we ended up at Bouddi. Unsuspec... [more]
In the small inner west suburb of Harris Park, walking past Station Street lands you in a forest of twinkling lights. Th... [more]
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