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Chaco Bar

Chaco Bar

Let’s take a trip down the rabbit hole and get lost in the world of Chaco Bar  If you like intimate spaces with dim lighting and Japanese yakitori, allow me to introduce your next dining destination, Chaco Bar. Smuggled in between the residential houses of Darlinghurst, one could easily walk past it without a second thought. But once inside you’re transported…

MediTrainean

MediTrainean

Feeling a little adventurous and want to try something new? Put a funky middle eastern twist on your regular sushi train and you have, MediTrainean. Going for a bite at a sushi train isn’t too fancy or super exciting. But what if I asked you to join me at MediTrainean? Now I’ve got your attention. MediTrainean is a family owned…

Tramsheds Harold Park

Tramsheds Harold Park

There’s no better way to bring a community together than through the common love of food. Showcasing a total of 19 stores, Tramsheds Harold Park, is the hottest destination to be right now Restoring the Rozelle Tramway Depot that was originally built in 1904, the industrial space has been transformed in to a contemporary hub of restaurants that draw a…

Maybe Frank

Maybe Frank

“Life is uncertain. Eat dessert first” – Ernestine Ulmer Tucked away in the back streets of Surry Hills, Maybe Frank, is not a maybe, but a must. A cosy space with dim lighting and a jazz remix of Coldplay serenading in the background, Maybe Frank, is the perfect casual dining venue for catching up with a group of mates and…

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“es-ter: organic compound” I would be lying if I told you that I go to a place without any expectations. I usually try and steer away from any reviews and blog posts of a particular place if I know I’ll be visiting them soon. But there are those few places that you can’t avoid reading about because they’re just too…

Ryo’s

Ryo’s

Away from the hustle and bustle of Crows Nest lies one of its best hidden gems – Ryo’s  On the constant look out for great ramen, my friend recommended the much hyped noodle house, Ryo’s. Literally a hole in the wall, I felt as if I had been transported to Tokyo. The décor of the restaurant is totally old school, which…

Salaryman

Salaryman

Enjoy a bowl of hot noodles at Surry Hills’s latest stylish restaurant, Salaryman. Always on the search for the best noodles in town, I didn’t hesitate to visit the newly opened Japanese restaurant, Salaryman, that had ramen on their menu. Having opened their doors just 7 months ago, there was no sign of amateur service or quality of food. It…

Pizza Pasta Bene

Pizza Pasta Bene

An Italian bistro that has handsome Italian waiters serving you mouth-watering pizza. Presenting to you, Pizza Pasta Bene On a very rainy and dark night in Sydney, our family ventured to a bistro styled Italian restaurant to celebrate my cousin’s 25th birthday. Pizza Pasta Bene is the exact place you want to be on a cold winter’s night when your…

My Favourite Pho

My Favourite Pho

I would like to introduce to you my favourite place to go when I’m craving a big bowl of hot pho, Pho Toan Thang Whenever it begins to rain, or when I’m feeling not so hot and I want some comfort food, I go and eat a bowl of pho. The hot soup with a bit of chili always warms…

No.1 Bent Street

No.1 Bent Street

A casual yet chic dining venue can be added to Sydney’s list of fine dining restaurants. I present to you, No.1 Bent Street.  From the mastermind behind Kitchen by Mike, which is sadly now closed, Chef Mike McEnearney has come out with a clever restaurant that is casual yet could be categorised as fine dining. When I think of fine dining…