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 ├╝bercool 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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