Category Archive: Food review

Bloggers Dinner at Palings Kitchen and Bar

The week before last I was lucky enough to attend a bloggers’ dinner at Palings Kitchen and Bar at The Ivy.  I was invited by the wonderful teams at Ivy and Sally Burleigh… Continue reading

Papaya Thai Eatery and Cafe, Camperdown

An exciting treat for you all this evening!  Today’s post is a special guest post from a friend and colleague of mine. Who is this guy, you want to know? For now, all… Continue reading

Adriano Zumbo, The Star

The other week some girlfriends and I went to see the Legally Blonde musical at The Star. We dined at Chinta Ria in Cockle Bay (see my review here) and then decided to… Continue reading

Chinta Ria – Temple of Love, Cockle Bay

The other week I finally got around to trying the Malaysian restaurant Chinta Ria, Temple of Love. There’s also Chinta Ria, Mood for Love located in Sydney Westfield. Chinta Ria, Temple of Love… Continue reading

The Pantry, Manly

I fell in love with The Pantry in Manly several months ago after a very pleasant (and delicious) dining experience with Boyfriend. It’s located right on the beach in Manly and is full… Continue reading

Death by Chocolate at the Chocolate Room

So I know that a cafe called “The Chocolate Room” is a strange place to go to for lunch, but… I totally had chocolate for lunch. To be more specific, I had a… Continue reading

The Tall Lemongrass, Crows Nest

You know those restaurants you walk or drive past and always say “we should go there sometime”? The Tall Lemongrass, located in Crows Nest, was one of those restaurants for me. We finally… Continue reading

Sydney Field Trip: Eating My Way Through Bowral Part 1

Boyfriend and I have grandparent tendencies. Like Sunday drives and weekends in the country. Last week I told a lady from work that I love watching Escape to the Country and she called… Continue reading

Six for Six at Citizen Corner

It’s rare that six out of six meals ordered at the one restaurant are all exceptionally good. This was our happy experience at Citizen Corner on Friday night. Citizen Corner is located on… Continue reading

Breakfast at Ripples, Chowder Bay

There’s something about the water. It has a kind of soothing, happiness-inducing effect. So when a restaurant is situated with views out across the water, you’re almost guaranteed a relaxing, enjoyable meal (provided… Continue reading

Chiswick, Woollahra

In celebration of my birthday, Boyfriend took me out to Chiswick in Woollahra on Friday night. Chiswick is one of Matt Moran’s restaurants and just last night received a hat in the Good… Continue reading

Brunching at Reuben Hills

I heard about Reuben Hills (actually located in SURRY Hills) several months ago but never got around to visiting. In fact, a girl I work with RAVED about Reuben Hills. She told me… Continue reading

Dining at The Winery

Today is my birthday. To celebrate in advance, I went to the Winery on Saturday night with some friends. I’d heard mixed things about the Winery, but we decided to give it a… Continue reading

Three Blue Ducks, Bronte

On Sunday morning we got up early to go for breakfast at Three Blue Ducks in Bronte.  I know I just said early and Sunday morning in the same sentence, but when it… Continue reading

New Shanghai, Chatswood

Tucked away on the bottom level of Chatswood Chase is New Shanghai, home of delicious Shanghai-style cuisine. There are also a few other New Shanghai restaurants (including one in Shanghai!) but I’ve only… Continue reading

Nu’s. You Had Me At Thai Tapas.

A few months ago I took Boyfriend out for his birthday. I’d decided on Thai and I’d been instructed somewhere not too far away and after extensive research I found Nu’s Restaurant. As… Continue reading

Quick and Easy Three Bean Salad

This is a super quick salad you can whip up for a delicious and healthy lunch.  There is so little effort involved and the best part is – not too much washing up.… Continue reading

Breakfast at Piato, McMahons Point

It’s only fitting that my first official blog post be about my favourite meal to eat out.  Breakfast. This morning we ventured five minutes down the road to Piato Restaurant at McMahon’s Point. … Continue reading