Saturday, 23 March 2019

Canton Kitchen, Castlecrag



Jason Chan (Former Queen Chow) has opened up a new venue in Castlecrag  called Canton Kitchen which showcases modern Cantonese cuisine. The venue has taken over where Holy Duck! used to be.

Thursday, 21 March 2019

Albion Place Hotel, Sydney CBD


On this particular Saturday, my friend Andrew and I catch up at Albion Place Hotel. I've been craving some pub food recently.  I've walked past Albion Place Hotel several times but it's been a few years since I've been inside.

Tuesday, 19 March 2019

Ryo's, Crows Nest



I've been to Ryo's many times and most locals in Sydney would know about Ryo's and how it is famous for its ramen. It's known for it's ramen rather than decore or anything else. I think it's a nice cheap and cheerful restaurant.

Monday, 18 March 2019

Cheat Day, Peakhurst


Matt and I are not locals to Peakhurst but we decide to check out new venue, Cheat Day. The premise of Cheat Day is that it's set up with a gym themed restaurant with menu items named after famous body builders.

Sunday, 17 March 2019

Bottomless Brunch, Bella Vista Hotel, Bella Vista


For those who live in the Hills District, did you hear that the Bella Vista Hotel is now hosting Bottomless Brunches on the weekend? Matt and I head to the hills to check it out. Matt and I both love a tasty cocktail. 

For $55 per person, you can get a shared brunch set (with a coffee, tea or juice) or you can upgrade and it will cost you $75 for bottomless cocktails with the shared brunch set (although you need at least 4 people to book this). 

I'm not sure if I've ever spend $55 on brunch as this seems a bit excessive but let's see what you get for your dollar! 

Sunday, 10 March 2019

Wood and Smoke, Darlinghurst



Fans of the Rabbit Hole will be big fans of Wood and Smoke in Darlinghurst. The owner has taken the charm of Rabbit Hole and turned this into the new place to be for delicious cocktails and very easy to eat food.

Tuesday, 5 March 2019

Plage Restaurant, Cremorne



Plage Restaurant is casual fine dining with Japanese flavours infused with European taste and technique. This venue is fabulous as it show cases fine dining technique at a reasonable price point. I've been here several times and intend on having a function here. They regularly update the menu so let's see what's new. 

I am a big fan of Tomoyuki Usui's work, he's such a talented chef, very much worthy of the hat from the Australian Good Food Guide.