Moon Park

Although Sydney has its fair whack of Korean food – the suburbs are packed with street food joints the locals flock to – it was missing a Korean fusion restaurant where chefs get creative. Enter Moon Park. It’s a Wednesday and half the city has been shut down due to […]

The Pantry

Situated on the foreshore of Sydney’s iconic Manly beach, The Pantry makes other lunch-with-a-view venues whimper with embarrassment. Easy to walk past and construe for a block of public amenities, The Pantry sits in a little booth right on The Esplanade. On an afternoon such as last Monday, cares melt […]

Jones the Grocer

High above the fashion and consumerist hustle and bustle in Westfield Sydney, there is a culinary oasis that would revitalise any tired shopper. Jones the Grocer’s flagship store is very New York it its look with stone walls and arched windows teamed with slick furniture and clean lines. The menu […]


For an Italian dining experience described as “bigtime Italian” by the handsome Doctor M (my friend is not a doctor, but has insisted I refer to him at this in this post), Pendolino in The Strand Arcade delivers old school charm with sophisticated food. From the pillowy soft focaccia, that […]

Trinity Bar

Monday, as I delightfully discovered, is $10 steak night at The Trinity Hotel in Surry Hills. Usually, any kind of $10 pub meal sends the blood in my veins icy-cold. You know the sort… Some trashy piece of rump steak that is as tough as a saddle and not nearly […]

Delicado – Paella Sundays

The lovely Delicado (tapas and wine) of North Sydney now does Paella Sundays where one can bask in the glorious winter sun and get a feed of paella and sangria for $20. The paella was full of juicy seafood, and the sangria was far above the normal red slosh some […]