Marque, Surry Hills

Marque, Surry Hills

Since I graduated university a few days earlier, something a little fancy was required. Marque offer a Friday lunch for $49 pp and with the booking made, we are ready to sample some of head chef, Mark Best’s creations...

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Quay

Quay

It’s my birthday! Well, 7 months ago. Off to a fine dining restaurant then. Somewhere that makes a mean snow egg dessert, ya’ll thinking what I’m thinking? Quay of course!

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Sepia

Sepia

Ah fine dining. It’s my most expensive vice, reserved for special occasions, this time it’s for a belated Valentines (yes I celebrate Valentines and yes I realise it’s now June please don’t remind me of the ridiculous backlog of posts I need to make, just please) I’m a huge fan of the degustation, and the one at Sepia is nine courses at $175pp which is dear but the gastronomical experience is so worth it...

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BBQ Goose!

BBQ Goose!

There are two Yat Lok BBQ locations. One at Hong Kong (Central) and the other at Tai Po. We went to the Tai Po one because Anthony Bourdain has been to that very same restaurant himself. The owner, (pictured to Anthony’s left) speaks English and was very friendly. He helped us decide what to order, even recommending sides...

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Bourke St Bakery, Surry Hills

Bourke St Bakery, Surry Hills

Only one week ago I was churning out close to 5000 words for the end of semester, to complete them properly and actually pass those assessments involved many days of ham and cheese toasties for lunch because the effort to cook anything was...
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Press Club, Melbourne

Press Club, Melbourne

Those of you who have been reading along will know that my partner Ash whisked me away to Melbourne for Valentines. (So romantic right?) Dining at The Press Club was the highlight of the trip.

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Bombay Street Kitchen, Glebe

Seriously good Indian fare at this family-run restaurant because everything is homemade and authentic.

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Wok on Inn, The Rocks

One stop shop for mixed Asian restaurants, noodles and stir-fries.

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Oliver Brown, Chinatown

Belgian chocolate desserts, hot chocolate, waffles, churros, fondue and decadent ice cream flavours

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Blacksmith Cafe and Bakery, Surry Hills

Just a brief stroll from Central station via the Chalmers Street exit is this striking cafe and bakery.

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Makizo, Edgecliff with Suppertime

Trialing Suppertime and Makizo Japanese

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O Bar and Dining, Sydney CBD

A restaurant and bar 47 floors above ground with a rotating skyline of Sydney city.

 

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Sushi Yachiyo, Darlinghurst

Sashimi, sushi and tempura boat, nasu dengaku eggplant, fish so fresh it sparkles and some of the most refined sake to wash it all down.

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The Powder Keg, Potts Point

Dine and drink the night away with theatrical cocktails and locally-foraged food.

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Danno’s Cafe, Dee Why

The burgers are big, the milkshakes are tall and your food babies prominent at this cafe.

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Bao Stop, Drummoyne

Peking duck fries. XO fried chicken bowl. And the softest bao you could sink your teeth into.

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