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Category Archives: Review
… if there’s a fine line between brilliance and madness, the folks at N2 Extreme Gelato found it…and subsequently built their shop on it. Continue reading
I only had a few days in Sydney during my most recent visit but did manage to finally graduate (hurrah!), squeeze in some beach time, and hang out with some of my good buds. Oh, and eat. Lots.
And nary a person was going to stop me from indulging in one of my yearly traditions, Sugar Hit. A creature of quirky habits, I’ve only ever attended the Sugar Hit events hosted at Sydney’s hotels but as a way to drink in as much of my beloved city as possible, I was happy to go along to a restaurant with a Harbour view. Continue reading
I’ve been travelling around Asia now for a good 6 weeks. From Singapore to Hong Kong to Beijing (where I’m currently based), I’ve certainly had a lot of milk tea on my trip. But one particular incident stands out in my mind… Continue reading
My family and I have been going to Golden Century for years. I’ve spent birthdays, Mother’s Days, Father’s Days, anniversaries and countless other occasions at the restaurant- and always with a couple of my favourite dishes: lobster sashimi and garlic butter snow crab.
So when I was invited to the opening of the newest restaurant by The Golden Century Group at The Star, I was excited to go along. Continue reading
Like a steady steam train, the food truck phenom. has been slowly heading towards Sydney. We could see the dizzy drama of its entry a mile away and it’s created a buzz amongst foodies unheard of since the dawn of Masterchef- and now, it’s finally rolled into town. Continue reading
I drink a lot of coffee. I prefer it when it’s good but sometimes it’s bad. And sometimes it’s curiously bad. Continue reading
I admit it. I rarely venture from King St when I dine in Newtown. It’s a little closed-minded of me, I know but given the overabundance of choices on the main strip, I’ve never had the urge to wander. Black Star Pastry was my first foray into the urban unknown. Continue reading
It’s a cruisy Sunday night as I walk into Xanthi’s. I’m catching up with a friend I haven’t seen for a while and what’s better than meeting over a meal? Continue reading
How had I not heard of this place? Whether it’s buns made to look like pigs or 30cm high ice-cream cones, I love eating novelty food.
The quirky thing about Killa Burger is the gargantuan size of its- you guessed it- burgers. There’s the regular size too but at 30 cm in diameter, the ‘killa’ size barely fits in a cake box and is actually comparable to the huge cakes you find at the bakery. You know, the type that feeds you, some siblings, your parents, aunts and uncles, cousins, and still you somehow have a slice or two left to take to the neighbour. Continue reading