Monthly Archives: August 2016

Sydney Food Diary: The Isle Greek Mezze Bar, Darlinghurst

A newly opened taste of the Greek Islands It’s apparently only been open for two months… so new that Zomato didn’t have a listing. We ran into friends who’d just eaten at Harumi on Victoria Street, and we were at … Continue reading

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Drinking in Sydney: The Newtown Hotel

The everchanging Newtown Hotel Oh, gone are the days… I used to love the Newtown Hotel, not that I frequented it very often but it offered a completely different atmosphere than the gay bars on Oxford Street, more down to … Continue reading

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Blue Mountains Food Diary: Flemish Flavours, Leura

Food to warm your cockles in the Blue Mountains. It was so cold this Saturday evening coming up to the Blue Mountains, a bright and sunny day in Sydney but the closer I got, by train and then a torturous … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Bliss and Chips, Newtown

How do they do that, anyways? It’s a pretty fantastic story that Bliss and Chips don’t necessarily shout out their vegan credentials, and that some people walk in, order fish and chips, and have no idea that they’re not eating … Continue reading

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Drinking in Sydney: Corridor, Newtown

Buzzy, hip and crowded. Who cares about reviews? Corridor has a good look about it, the open frontage revealing a shiny bar, and in back and upstairs, classic Newtown: it could be a share house, really: pull up a few … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Nordic B., Newtown

Is a Scandiwegian food and drink trend sweeping Australia? Just this week, I tried the fabulous Norsk Door in the CBD and now I stumble across the charming Nordic B. in Newtown which has only been open for two months. … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Norsk Dor, CBD

Scandinavian fine dining comes to Sydney: Fantastisk! Eating our way around Scandinavia was a pleasure and a surprise a few years ago, and I loved being introduced to the new Nordic cuisine: breads and grains, creams and butter, hearty root … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Dumpling and Noodle House, Potts Point

I have meant to try this little hole-in-the-wall eatery on Victoria Street for ages. And that, really, is its charm. That I don’t think there’s anything else like it in Potts Point, and that it’s small and humble with some … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: MissChu, Darlinghurst

This Sydney food phenomenon is still delivering MissChu has been around for a long time in Sydney, and I liked the way it sort of took the city by a storm. The freshest rice paper rolls I’d ever tasted (because … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Uncle Tetsu’s Cheesecake, CBD

Oh, how I love a food phenomenon. I’m sure my brothers have asked me whether I’ve tried Uncle Tetsu’s and I hadn’t. So, I’m very pleased to discover that one has opened up in Sydney. I stumbled across it on … Continue reading

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