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My WeekendNotes - 56
Cheesy, spicey and oh so tasty - the late night sandwhich is ham, spreadable salami and cheese on toasted bread and it h... [more]
Sometimes a restaurant comes around that has the whole city talking. It's fresh, it's new and it's something just a ... [more]
Grilled Moreton Bay Bug with Dill, Chilli Oil and Smoked Curd. The pieces to a serve, presented on rock salt.... [more]
Keen to try Monopole for months (considering its rave reviews and SMH Hat Status), I was a little let down I must say! ... [more]
This is an absolutely adorable cafe in Potts Point. During the day, there's no issue finding parking out front on Kel... [more]
Kazbah in Balmain offers a up treat for Breakfast Club as part of the October Good Food Month in Sydney. $20 gets you... [more]
01/10/2013 - 31/10/2013
Dining at Kazbah is a treat for breakfast. Intense flavours and gorgeous colours to match! Absolutely delicious... [more]
Living in Sydney, we have no shortage of 'romantic getaway' destinations. In my opinion though, Leura tops them. With... [more]
Located right next to the patch of grass outside the Surry Hills Library on Crown Street is Ampersand. Yes, the 'and' sy... [more]
Bayswater Diner is the latest venture from restaurateurs Peter Lew and Nicole Galloway, who also own Barrio Chino (acros... [more]
This two hatted gem has recently gone from becoming an unknown restaurant to one of my favourite Sydney dining experienc... [more]
Banh Cuon - Steamed Vietnamese Rice Crepes with wood ear mushrooms and traditional minced pork. - Priced at around $13. ... [more]
We visited Xanthi as a party of four on Friday night and had no difficulty booking at the beginning of the week. The res... [more]
Entwining fashion and food, Cara & Co, situation in Westfield CBD is a funky, high class concept store - adapted from Mo... [more]
Towards the end of November 2011, the new Bondi Hardware was revealed. The iconic hardware shop, once home for local tra... [more]
Perfect for a romantic evening or special occasion, The Bentley in Surry Hills is a winner. Head chef Brent Savage an... [more]
It looks brand spanking new but 'eighty something' on Hall St, Bondi Beach has been there since December of last year. I... [more]
It looks brand spanking new but 'eighty something' on Hall St, Bondi Beach has been there since December of last year. I... [more]
Located in the heart of Sydney's CBD on the ground floor of The Castlereagh Club (which is on Castlereagh Street between... [more]
So, you're looking to get out of Sydney. Perhaps you're after a romantic weekend away; somewhere relaxing, where you can... [more]
Google 'Chimmichurri' and you'll be shown that you're misspelling it and this little gem in Darlinghurst will escape you... [more]
April is Autism Month. World Autism Day is behind us on April 2, but that doesn't mean that the opportunity to celebrate... [more]
01/04/2012 - 01/05/2012
Located on Bathurst Street (close to Castlereagh) is Encasa Deli - a tiny Spanish deli with a large array of salamis and... [more]
I'm new to the world of Laksa. So new in fact, that the chilli found in most laksas (which most consider mild) still ... [more]
Glebe Point Diner is ranked 92 on Gourmet Traveller's Top 100 Australian Restaurants. On the night I visited there was ... [more]
I visited Morocco in May of this year and since have been obsessed with it - the tea, the food, the culture - I loved it... [more]
Fine Dining Restaurant, Assiette has a sibling in District Dining, Warren Turnbull's more casual venue. District Dini... [more]
I know a lot of my friends have been waiting anxiously to hear my thoughts and see my photos from my dinner at Marque. I... [more]
The Merry Widow is the ballet put on by the Australian Ballet company and showing at the Sydney Opera House. The ... [more]
10/11/2011 - 28/11/2011
Looks can be deceiving: The tart was flakey with a strange consistency and was dry. The frittata was average - no co... [more]
As the Sydney Good Food Month came to an end, I squeezed in one last brunch and Sydney's Hyde Park Barracks. The ... [more]
Located on Level 6 in Sydney's Westfield CBD, Sky Phoenix is a great Yum Cha venue. On a Friday you may have to ... [more]
Tharen's claim to fame is that it is 'Sydney's first and only fancy dress restaurant with 5-star dining'. The venue has ... [more]
On a hot day, the Hotel Chambers offers hideaway from the sun and air conditioning to boot. Though traditionally, Fri... [more]
Duty Free Shopping has definitely lost excitement since the introduction of the GST and the increased popularity of onli... [more]
Zingy with bits of real fruit including guava and berries, the yoghurt, crumble trifle is delicious. However, it look... [more]
It's not often when we order eggs do we receive emu eggs - but that's what sets Cafe Ish apart from your average cafe. ... [more]
The Charcuterie Board at Quarter 21 is comprised of meat that is light, salty and quite delicious. It is served in three... [more]
October is Sydney Good Food Month; the top restaurants showcase what they've good with hats off dinners, Let's Do Lunch ... [more]
01/10/2011 - 31/10/2011
Above the overseas passenger terminal sits Quay. The name alone sends goosebumps down the spine of any foodie; it's alwa... [more]
The bizarre name is what intrigued me to this Tapas/Wine bar but I was slightly disappointed that the name was not r... [more]
'Bread For Good' - the name is odd but this nationwide campaign, running from 16-23 September is a worthy one. Pa... [more]
16/09/2011 - 23/09/2011
A good local Chinese restaurant is very important. Especially, if like my family, Chinese is staple takeout food and oft... [more]
A good local Chinese restaurant is very important. Especially, if like my family, Chinese is staple takeout food and oft... [more]
The Chocolate Nemesis ($14) is a flourless chocolate cake that truly is sinfully delicious! Very rich and moist, and ser... [more]
"One cannot think well, love well, sleep well, if one has not dined well", or so says Virginia Woolf. This quote is prin... [more]
The Red Snail in Darlinghurst is a restaurant that claims to serve inexpensive classic French food. That is exactly what... [more]
Sometimes we become swept up in the supposed savings of coupons and end up buying things we don't particularly need and ... [more]
Unless they've got Julie from Masterchef as a mum, there's a good chance kids these days aren't getting the home made ca... [more]
The soy braised pork belly with soba noodles, crisp shallot, mint and coriander salad was splendid, cooked perfectly, wi... [more]
Limoncello Restaurant offers a nice meal in a pretty setting without being overly expensive or pretentious. The menu ... [more]
Villa on Kellet Street is beautifully presented from the outside. Their menu was displayed using elegant colours and fon... [more]
Balkan deems themselves the original Balkan restaurant, having been in its current location on Oxford Street for as long... [more]
With a group of friends mostly made up of boys who like to eat copious amounts, I'm constantly on the hunt for all-you-c... [more]
There's nothing like a midweek lunch to break up a week or a Monday lunch to start the week off! This Monday I took l... [more]
Upon the recommendation of a friend, I visited Cafe Ish with my aunt. I always enjoy dining outside of the Eastern Subur... [more]