July 11, 2016

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…

The Local Mbassy

The Local Mbassy

Prepare your eyes for an ultra colourful feast. For presentation is no joke at The Local Mbassy.  On a corner in Ultimo, sits an urban cafe called The Local Mbassy. These guys in a nutshell are famous for their decadent and extremely colourful dishes, where they prove that every single colour of the rainbow can be plated up on a dish. A surprisingly…

Jazushi

Jazushi

What funky combination do you get when you mix jazz and sushi? Jazushi I love sushi. And I love jazz. So when my sister first brought me to Jazushi a few years ago, I was beyond the moon. After my first experience, I visited there again with my bestie, Ellen, and I also recently visited their with a few girlfriends to…

Meet Gerard

Meet Gerard

In the narrow streets of Alexandria, lies a friendly café that serves all-day breakfast (yes, our prayers have been answered) and where the coffee is on-point. Meet Gerard on Gerard Street. Wooden chairs, big windows and an open space kitchen, Meet Gerard, is honest with their food and draws in an impressive group of hungry eaters. Their breakfast menu has…