Tag: sydney

Burger Head

A trek to Penrith is certainly worth it to get your chops round some Burger Head. Braving the sweltering heat, my Mum and I make the long journey, as a bloody ripper of a burger is worth any distance and discomfort – and a bloody ripper it is. Burger Head […]

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Burger Project

Burger Project is Neil Perry’s latest venture and it is awesome. Using some terrific Cape Grim beef, these burgers are everything you need them to be: greasy, slightly dented and crumpled, full of char and smoke. The chips are cracking too – golden rods of potato perfection. And that shake… […]

Excelsior Jones

For me, Excelsior Jones was a mixed bag. Having won Best New Cafe from the SMH last year, it stood to reason things were going to be out of this world amazing. For breakfast on a Tuesday, the place is busy and the vibey, and there are some interesting choices […]

Parlour Burger

With the swathe of burger joints cropping up of late, Parlour Burger is doing something interesting, and it’s called The Black Widow. I love the evocative name. I love her sultry, exotic looks, but most of all, I lover her exquisite taste. Juicy pink meat, with chipotle mayo and jalepeno […]

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 […]