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A lover of all things edible, artistic, and tropical. Potato enthusiast. Citizen of the world. Lived in Berlin, Jakarta, Singapore, and now Sydney.

Food & travel blog: Sarah vs Carbs

Twitter & Instagram: sarahlianhan

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My WeekendNotes - 133
Sometimes there's nothing better than a whopping bowl of hot chips with the right seasoning, the perfect crunch and a sp... [more]
With the renaissance of Americana-style dude food, the love of burgers has recently been spreading across Sydney with a ... [more]
What differentiates Three Williams from most other cafes in Redfern is its spacious design. It's easily double the size ... [more]
Conveniently located in the heart of Sydney's entertainment district, Mercure Sydney Central has unveiled a fresh, new l... [more]
Newly opened restaurant Alpha has brought Greek food back into fashion. Alpha gets it right in every way. The food is ex... [more]
The Rag Land is only about a month old, and is joining a sweet line-up of awesome eateries. With Milk Bar by Cafe Ish,... [more]
Hartsyard is a small restaurant in Newtown. I had booked a week in advance for a Wednesday night, and it was absolutely ... [more]
Between the giant tub of Crunchy Skippy that I gleefully bought at Costco and the delicious Pic's Peanut Butter that... [more]
Nestled in the quieter part of Surry Hills on the corner of Bourke St and Fitzroy St, 4Fourteen is the latest addition t... [more]
Oh, pies. There's something very comforting and homely about them. My only problem is that I'm not big on baking, so f... [more]
Bar H rests deep in the loll of Surry Hills, plating up Asian dishes that I can only describe as sensual. The restau... [more]
Delicious dumplings aren't hard to come by in Sydney. But delicious and cheap dumplings is a whole other story. Chinese ... [more]
1Ton Noodle at Chatswood Interchange's The District is the first Hong Kong style wonton noodle restaurant in Sydney. Own... [more]
The pizzas at Da Vinci's Italian Restaurant in Summer Hill are one of the best I've tasted in Sydney. Co-owners Nicola P... [more]
Classics, pizzas, and salads are the heavyweights on the new menu at 350 Restaurant & Lounge at Novotel Parramatta. Prev... [more]
Newly opened Haven cafe in Surry Hills is a coffee-lover's dream. The point of difference here is that you can tailor co... [more]
New York-style cafe and restaurant Bowery Lane has opened up in the heart of Sydney CBD with a solid produce-driven menu... [more]
Food Society adds a fun, alcoholic twist to your regular high tea. Every Saturday the restaurant offers a canape degusta... [more]
New restaurant and bar The Powder Keg in Potts Point is a gin lover's dream. In fact Sydney's largest gin collection is ... [more]
If you're a chocoholic, then Foodi's chocolate walking tour through the Sydney CBD is a must-do. We meet at 10am on a Sa... [more]
Armed with a map, I arrive at Manly Wharf excited to take on three restaurants in one night. Guerrilla Eats' A Moveable ... [more]
At Surry Hills Eating House it's not Thai food as you know it. There's no option for you to choose a protein with your c... [more]
Three Williams Cafe in Redfern has introduced a new spring menu. I arrive on a Friday afternoon when it's pleasantly emp... [more]
Dish'd is a premium frozen food delivery service, launched with chef extraordinaire Jacques Reymond. A lot of the dishes... [more]
Ippudo was established in Hakata, Japan, opening its doors in at Westfield Sydney in 2012. The popular ramen franchise i... [more]
The long queues at the newly opened PappaRich at Broadway are proof that people are enamoured with the Malaysian fra... [more]
At 7 in the morning, we sleepily find ourselves gathered at a carpark in Enmore to head out about two hours south of Syd... [more]
With $10 burgers and $10 cocktails, you can't really go wrong at Parlour Burger. Tucked away at the back of The Morrison... [more]
The Counter in Petersham hits all the right notes with great food, a casual atmosphere and a set of lovely people. It'... [more]
Having a leisurely Sunday lunch is one of my favourite pastimes. It's even better when the food is communal, generous an... [more]
In The Annex is a triple threat of a cafe - there's fabulous food, excellent coffee and a charming atmosphere. It's safe... [more]
Held at King Street Theatre in Newtown, Short + Sweet Theatre Festival is a celebration and presentation of selected... [more]
08/01/2014 - 31/03/2014
Cousin Jacks Pasty Co is a family-owned bakery in Bondi Junction, dedicated to baking fresh and delicious pasties ever... [more]
The neo-burlesque show Good Ol' Days by Gallery Burlesque brought an experimental and artistic vibe to The Spice Cellar ... [more]
Upstairs at The Bellevue Hotel in Paddington, the Piper-Heidsieck Spring Carnival Bar has launched on 16 October. The ... [more]
11/10/2013 - 05/11/2013
Something For Jess is a breath of fresh air in a Sydney cafe culture that's regurgitating clones of cafes week after wee... [more]
Briana Bluebell, who won the coveted Miss Burlesque Australia title in 2012, has put together a cabaret about the world ... [more]
A fun fusion of Asian kitsch and hipster chic makes a statement at Old Town Hong Kong Cuisine. It's much fancier than I ... [more]
Feast on a Don Draper Dog while listening to cool, jazzy tunes at The Soda Factory every Thursday evening. Firstly thoug... [more]
Every Tuesday evening Vini in Surry Hills runs regional dinners. After visiting sister restaurant Berta last year for a ... [more]
The degustation at Arras is a wonderful experience, culminating in the most impressive petits fours I've ever set my e... [more]
Matt Moran's Aria was awarded two chef's hats by The Sydney Morning Herald Good Food Guide in 2012, and I'm not at all... [more]
Nestled into an armchair on the verandah of The Fern, with the Sunday paper in hand and cool tunes in the background, I ... [more]
Kepos Street Kitchen is the latest eatery to grace the streets of Redfern. Though trained in French cuisine, owner a... [more]
Colin Fassnidge heads a kitchen that churns out inspiring dishes at Paddington's Four in Hand. After a delightful dining... [more]
I had heard about the suggestively titled Better Than Sex dessert at House in Surry Hills a while ago, and was keen to f... [more]
On a warm, sunny Sunday I make my way to Orto Trading Co, which was highly recommended to me by a handful of people. The... [more]
When I heard through the grapevine (aka Twitter) that Cafe Ish was closing, I was only consoled when I found out that ... [more]
The Eathouse Diner is a cosy eatery in Redfern that's warm and inviting. But it's also borderline kitschy (in a goo... [more]
Though it wasn't quite necessary to reboot Spider-Man, director Marc Webb offers a fun and well-cast instalment of P... [more]
05/07/2012 - 31/08/2012
Kitchen by Mike in Rosebery opened earlier this year with a philosophy that takes dining back to simpler times. You stan... [more]
Germans sure know how to cook comfort food. So it's perfect if you're seeking refuge from the rainy, wintry weather.... [more]
From an industrial wasteland to an inner city suburb giving birth to many a trendy cafes and restaurants, Alexandria has... [more]
Tucked away underneath Ivy and occupying the space across from Ash St. Cellar, French bistro Felix is like being transpo... [more]
The Chatswood Musical Society is putting on Miss Saigon from 4 May until 12 May. Directed by Annie Veitch, this vers... [more]
04/05/2012 - 12/05/2012
With The Grounds of Alexandria opening in early April and having seen some gorgeous photos on blogs, I was absolutel... [more]
As part of Kate Baker's 'Creation' series, the Harrison Galleries in Paddington are currently showcasing a photograp... [more]
28/04/2012 - 17/05/2012
Late last year we went on an expedition to The Tea Parlour for a birthday. And what a delightful little spot this is. ... [more]
A feel-good cop comedy is probably not something that most people would go out of their way for, but with the unlike... [more]
District Dining's reputation precedes itself - in a very good way of course. I had heard from many friends and bloggers ... [more]
My latest addiction comes in the form of cold, creamy goodness. And if you're a gelato enthusiast, you need to get on th... [more]
The moment I heard that the guys from Eau De Vie were opening a new bar, I was determined to get a few of my girlfri... [more]
Dose Espresso is a little piece of coffee heaven tucked away in an unexpected corner of Willoughby. Trust me, this cafe ... [more]
The Vow opens in cinemas just in time for Valentine's Day. Well-played. Blubbery teens will lap it up. Another No... [more]
If you've read my Top Ten Small Bars in Sydney article, you'll notice that quite a few of them are now outshined... [more]
A gruesome war between vampires, Lycans and humans breaks out in the latest instalment of Underworld. Kate Beckinsal... [more]
20/01/2012 - 29/02/2012
A trip to Cafe Ish is an exploration into a food journey that pairs quite polar cuisines: Native Australian and Japa... [more]
Working in social media comes with its perks. When Twitter is trembling with excitement about a new Sydney eatery, you... [more]
The Sydney Shakespeare Festival is celebrating its fifth year with Hamlet and Taming of the Shrew performances. Set ou... [more]
05/01/2012 - 12/02/2012
If you're looking for a fun, entertaining and sensuous way to spend your weekend, look no further! An Evening with Mis... [more]
05/01/2012 - 15/01/2012
An evening out at Food Society is perfect for people with a hefty appetite. If you're having the communal menu, that is.... [more]
If you haven't been to see the Picasso exhibition at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, I suggest you book tickets ... [more]
12/11/2011 - 25/03/2012
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