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Love Dem Apples, Surry Hills

  After seeing Chocolatesuze‘s photos of the window display with caramel apples, Love Dem Apples shot straight up to the top of my to-eat list. After our weekend brunch, K and I visited this cute and sweet shop for some caramel apples as healthy dessert. The display in real life got me as excited as Chocolatesuze’s…

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Cho Cho San, Potts Point

I’ve heard great things about their other restaurant, The Appollo, but Jonathan Barthelmess and Sam Christie’s latest restaurant, Cho Cho San, caught my immediate attention as soon as I heard it was a Japanese izakaya serving reinvented Japanese cuisine. Collaborating with Nicholas Wong (Ester, Billy Kwong and Rockpool), their menu seemed exciting and delicious so I…

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The Potting Shed, Alexandria

Sprouting from its roots of its renown neighbour, The Potting Shed is making its way out of the shadow of The Grounds of Alexandria. The Potting Shed has successfully put together an entirely different menu to The Grounds, offering lunch and dinner while maintaining its appeal of the use of fine produce. The restuarant and…

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Bar Menu at Rockpool est. 1989, Sydney

It was the famous date tart (original since 1984) that made me really want to visit Rockpool and the opportunity finally came when three-hatted Rockpool recently launched its bar menu. The bar menu is fantastic – offering snack-sized versions of a few offerings on their regular menu, as well as some delectable bar snacks such…

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The Grumpy Barista, Petersham

Enticed by the innovative cronuts at one of Petersham’s hidden gems, The Grumpy Barista inevitably jumped to the top of my list to discover whether they are as good as they look. Situated on the corner of a small street, the cafe gives a cosy rustic feel with wooden benches, shelves and decor around the room.…

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Le Bistro Dorine, Eastwood

For those of you who didn’t know, Eastwood is a little suburb with either side of the railway station being known as either the “Chinese” or “Korean” side as they are populated with restaurants of their respective cuisines. However recently, new cafes and restaurants of other cuisines have popped up on the Korean side, including an…

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Sepia, Sydney CBD

Whenever someone asks me for my favourite restaurant in Sydney, it is Sepia that I reply them with. The first time I dined at Sepia was more than two years ago and the overall experience from food to service was mindblowingly amazing. Winning multiple awards and being titled Restaurant of the Year and awarded three…