Monthly Archives: March 2015

Food Diary: Tokyo Bird, Sydney

I’ve always loved little Japanese bars and restaurants. I love, in my visits to Japan, that some specialise only in a few kinds of food, and that the experience is an integrated one: have a drink, and have a delicious … Continue reading

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Food Diary: Blacksmith, Surry Hills, Sydney

There’s this thing going on in Sydney caf├ęs at the moment which seems to be a moment. Lots of wood, a bit of iron. Great coffee, moving into cocktails and drinks after work. A casual feel but a contemporary, smart … Continue reading

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Food Diary: Twenty 8 Acres, Sydney

If you’ve followed my restaurant reviews, you’ll know that I’m always intrigrued by how a restaurant gets a good ranking on TripAdvisor. Twenty 8 Acres, a humble cafe, tucked away in Darlington, near the university, is coming up with 100 … Continue reading

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Food Diary: Steersons Steakhouse, Sydney

King Street Wharf is a strange location for us to eat. It feels a bit touristy, and not particularly inviting. But my better half’s parents were staying at a hotel nearby before their cruise, and this was in the right … Continue reading

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Food Diary: Cipro Pizza al Taglio, Sydney

I’ve heard mention of this restaurant dozens of times and never made it. In particular, it is said that their flourless chocolate cake is the bomb. Sadly, when my pal and I went, it was explained that it’s difficult to … Continue reading

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Food Diary: Meadow Cafe, Prince Alfred Park, Sydney

Open for lunch, daily (I think), next to the Prince Alfred Park swimming pool, this is a pretty damn fine combination: great food, friendly and competent service, comfy surroundings (inside if it’s too hot, but outside if you’d like) and, … Continue reading

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