Monthly Archives: November 2016

Sydney Food Diary: Rusty Rabbit, Darlinghurst

Atmosphere. And story. The cafe at the corner of Forbes and Burton has gone through a lot. I remember it when I first arrived in Sydney as the popular DOVe cafe, which then headed over to open up an equally … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Three Blue Ducks, Bronte

The fabled Three Blue Ducks. Solid. I was surprised, going to a group dinner on a Saturday night, that the organiser managed to get us into Three Blue Ducks. I’ve heard about it for years, as well as how hard … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: ACME, Potts Point

Hipster Asian-influenced Italian food in a dynamite atmosphere. Tucked away at the far end of Bayswater Road is the übercool restaurant ACME, so named with the first initials of the four partners involved, Andy, Cam, Mitchel and Ed. We arrived … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Fogo Brazilian Churrasco, Central Park

Casual Brazilian food with a nice atmosphere and a great team. So, last night, me and a pal were treated to an amazing feast at Fogo Brazilian Churrasco in Central Park. We got to meet and hang out with the … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary and Bloggers’ Party @ Belle’s Hot Chicken

So ChocolateSuze and Helen at Grab Your Fork have been organising events for Sydney Food Bloggers for a while… and I’ve never made it to an event. So, off to Barangaraoo on a hot, sunny Sunday to meet some foodies, … Continue reading

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Book Review: Tabish Khair’s Just Another Jihadi Jane

Jihadi Jane by Tabish Khair My rating: 4 of 5 stars How to imagine the unimaginable? Tabish Khair sets himself quite a task, and a particularly relevant one, in asking how young people from around the world have joined the … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: The Colonial, Darlinghurst

Indian food like you’d get in Blighty. So, my better half tells me he went to this weird Indian restaurant on Crown Street that serves kebabs, a roadie truckstop diner, but made into a hip Eastern Suburbs location. He didn’t … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: RivaReno Gelato, Darlinghurst

High quality and authentically Italian. I think it’s a cool thing that RivaReno Gelato built up a story about authenticity, and having ingredients imported from Italy, making their gelato in a traditional Italian style and even storing them in traditional … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Hubert, CBD

Impossible to get into, but try anyways. So, my trusty friend, R., who worked as a waiter long ago, is pretty good at finding out info about restaurants. And when we couldn’t get into Hubert way back at the end … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Eat With Jamie, Waterloo

Here’s a fun, new concept in dining out in Sydney. The thing is, it’s dining in. The website EatWith has been running now since 2012. I first heard about it while in Paris, and was very tempted to book in … Continue reading

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