Monthly Archives: September 2019

Sydney Food Diary: Babylon, Westfield CBD

I didn’t even know Westfield CBD had a seventh floor, but Lai Heng told me it’s new. Head Chef Arman Uz, from the restaurant Efendy, uses influences from Turkey, Cyprus, Israel, Lebanon and Egypt, presenting a menu of dishes to … Continue reading

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Sydney Food Diary: Orana in Residence, Surry Hills

When I saw news that Orana coming to Sydney, and not a ten-minute‚Äôs walk from our apartment, I knew I had to book in. They took over the Longrain space for about a month or so, bringing down some core … Continue reading

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Coffee in Sydney: 2.0 Coffee Co, Darlinghurst

If anyone reads my reviews regularly, they’ll know that I love latte art. I love it. Coffee in Australia is generally great. Coffee in Sydney is generally superb (I’d guess it is in all capital cities). Because the quality is … Continue reading

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