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Wednesday, September 18, 2019

Pelican Pavilion at the Collaroy Hotel, Collaroy

It’s hard to beat the gorgeous views of the Pelican Pavilion, uniquely positioned on the sand of Collaroy Beach. Sipping on one of their...

Passiontree, Chatswood Interchange

It was actually cold and rainy when we arrived at Passiontree in the ever busy Chatswood Interchange. We were greeted by the lovely staff...

Chao Ba, Chatswood

Okay, before I start off as I would with my regular reviews of a restaurant, I should point out that I do consider myself...

Mosman’s Cala Luna Rises from the Ashes

Mosman’s iconic Cala Luna has relaunched with new flair following the fire at Middle Harbour Yacht Club in early 2015. I always used to groan...

The Public, Cammeray

Less than a year old, The Public has created buzz in the Lower North Shore. The modern interior subtly pushes the barrier between restaurant...

Italian Street Kitchen, Neutral Bay

An indoor Italian street fair experience. Neutral Bay has taken their culinary scene up a notch with the addition of Italian Street Kitchen, a restaurant...

Shanghai Dumpling, Chatswood

Shanghai dumpling feast: a mix of fried and steamed dumplings and stir fried noodles Whether you're a local of Chatswood or exploring the dining (and let...

Breakfast at The Greens, North Sydney

The Greens, situated in North Sydney, offers brunch fanatics, families and simply the hungry a stunning location to enjoy breakfast through to dinner. The Greens...

Toshiya, Cremorne

At Toshiya, on busy Military road in Cremorne, traditional Japanese food (washoku) is melded with non-traditional cooking techniques to create a unique fusion cuisine...

The Choc Pot, Chatswood

Live Cheeky. Being chocolate lovers, we've had the pleasure of pigging out at The Choc Pot a handful of times. This return visit was to...

Burnt Orange, Chatswood Chase

Located on Lvl 1 of Chatswood Chase, Burnt Orange brings it's sophisticated and casual vibe and dining from it's hugely successful sister restaurant in...

Passion Tree, Chatswood Interchange

Passion Tree Velvet is one of those places that sends sweet-toothed, dessert obsessed people like me into overdrive. As I walked into Passion Tree at...

Berowra Waters Inn, Berowra Waters

With Good Food Month raging all around Sydney, it's nice to just take a step back from the hustle, bustle and intensity and really...

Washoku Lovers Kitchen: Japanese Curry for Japanese Film Festival 2015

Introduced to Japan during the Meiji era by the British, Japanese curry is considered to be one of the national dishes of Japan. Adored...

My Sweet Memory, Chatswood

My Sweet Memory is a Korean chain, rapidly growing throughout Sydney. It's a case of café meets stationery and lifestyle retail store. The brands available throughout their...

Made in Mudgee by Taste.E at The Crow Bar, Crows Nest

We had the opportunity to dine at The Crow Bar for a special “Made in Mudgee” 4 course wine pairing dinner, organised by Taste.E....

Hayes St Wharf Bistro, Neutral Bay

Located on and walking distance from the water, is Hayes St Wharf Bistro, a small French restaurant almost reminiscent of it’s counterparts back in...

The Wooden Whisk, St Leonards

The Wooden Whisk in St Leonard’s is the intersection for those on their way to work caught in the morning rush, those on their...

Daniel San, Manly

A fusion of modern Japanese street food, fancy cocktails, lively vibes, and ocean views are all things you’ll find at Daniel San. I didn’t...

Manpuku Ramen, Chatswood

Ramen lovers rejoice; Kingsford’s popular Manpuku Ramen has opened a second restaurant in Chatswood. The menu varies only slightly from the Eastern Suburbs original,...

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