Situated in a Wetherill Park warehouse lot, amongst many retail outlets, is XS Espresso, a bustling little café with faux foliage hanging from the ceilings and brick walls.
Co-owners: Kit Tran, Roy Yu and Bruno Koo (incorrectly published by Broadsheet as Bruce) run Haven Tailoring Coffee Joyously, (which is a mouthful so I just call them Haven) the only cafe in Sydney I know of that allows you to personalise your coffee. Read more
Earlier this month I had the pleasure of attending the very first Washoku Lovers Kitchen cooking event held at Sydney Seafood School in Pyrmont. Read more
Sushi Hub in Central have recently brought out an all you can eat sushi deal for dinner. That’s right! All the sushi you can eat for an entire 60 minutes. This offer is only available until the 19th July so it’s ending in five days. Read more
I received an email from DK from Excuse Me Waiter notifying me that he was to move to Japan long-term and so I was invited to a going away dinner along with some other food bloggers. Along with Droolworthy World, Nessy Eater and The Food Diary we meet up at Chicken Institute to gorge on some fried chicken. Read more
I’ve always shopped at ALDI because I can get my weekly groceries consistently cheaper here than at other supermarkets, like, so much cheaper, I buy most, if not all of my food from there.
Dear reader, I frequently have very strong food cravings. Merciless, hard hitting cravings of either a sweet or savoury affliction. Like the other day in the middle of night, I was thinking of baklava, Read more
All I have been craving is a Devon Cafe cronut. Crispy fried layers of buttery puff pastry coated in sugared matcha or topped with salted caramel, candied popcorn and chocolate… Read more
Hi all, this month’s eats turned out to be a mish mash of cuisines, with a heavy emphasis on burgers though. Read more
The word responsibility keeps circling around in my head. I feel as if life has smacked me in the face and when people ask me for my age I inadvertently sigh. What’s happening to me? I must be turning twenty three. My consolation? A breakfast at Sokyo.