Eating in Sydney – Restaurant & Cafe Reviews

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Tappo Osteria – Pyrmont, Italian Restaurant Review


They always say that it’s not what you know, but who you know. While that’s not entirely true, friends and colleagues do come in handy when it comes to restaurant recommendations. As was the case when I asked a work colleague about some of her favourite Italian restaurants. Tappo Osteria was one of the restaurants she mentioned, which to my surprise … Continue Reading

Gumshara Ramen – Sydney CBD, Japanese Restaurant Review

Gumshara Ramen

So if you talk to any one of my friends, they’ll tell you that I have a strange fascination with all things Italian. Mostly food, though it does extend beyond that! Now I’ve always told them that I must have been Italian in my past life, but going by the sheer number of Japanese restaurants I’ve frequented, I’m beginning to think that … Continue Reading

Ippudo – Sydney CBD, Japanese Restaurant Review


Funny thing happened on my trip to Japan last year. No matter what the night entailed – be it dinners and deserts, izakaya, karaoke while eating honey chocolate ice cream loafs, whatever – I always found myself finishing the night off with a nice bowl of ramen from one of the many Ichiran restaurants. It’s like a Japanese version of the … Continue Reading

Sushi Samurai – Pyrmont, Japanese Restaurant Review

Sushi Samurai

It’s been such a long time since my last blog post (sorry)! I’ve just become so busy with work and life lately that I’m finding it really difficult to continue with my periodic restaurant reviews. So instead of abandoning it altogether – like I have the last several months – I’ve decided to at least post the photos of my eating endeavours, and … Continue Reading

MoVida Sydney – Surry Hills, Spanish Restaurant Review


Life is full of lessons – I can’t believe I just opened a foodie blog post with that line – and one of the lessons I’ve been taught recently by a work colleague, is that the suburb of Surry Hill aint so bad. In fact, it is actually freaking great! After avoiding the suburb for far too long, I’ve only recently … Continue Reading

The Italian Bowl – Newtown, Italian Restaurant Review

The Italian Bowl - Newtown

One of the best things about Newtown is that it’s very easy to get lost in the myriad of shops, cafes, bars and restaurants. Which is very convenient when your super-lazy mates are running an hour and a half late to an event you’re attending – as was the case on the night. So after browsing a few art stores, … Continue Reading

Restaurant Atelier – Glebe, French Restaurant Review

Restaurant Atelier (4)

Restaurant Atelier is located on the Parramatta Rd end of the incredibly popular Glebe Point Rd in Glebe. This street is an absolute mecca for restaurants and cafes; quite a few of which I have visited in the past. Restaurant Atelier, however, is one that I had walked passed and overlooked on numerous occasions. Perhaps because of it’s very unassuming … Continue Reading

Malacca Straits – Ultimo, Malaysian Restaurant Review


In the words of Natalie Tran… Hi! I know it’s been a while since I last posted a review, but in my defence, I was away on holidays for a month. So I thought why not get back on track by posting a quick short review of a restaurant I’ve visited a number of times, but never took the time … Continue Reading

Made in Italy – Pyrmont, Italian Restaurant Review

Spaghetti Marinara

Ciao. Please, sit down. I have a small confession to make. I am a massive fan of all things Italian. Cars, women, women, women and of course Italian food. Now although Italian women have always gotten me into trouble (oh the memories), I’m happy to say that Italian food has always put a smile on my face :) So when … Continue Reading

The Foodie Ride – Sydney Cycling & Restaurants Guide

The Foodie Ride

Time for something a little different. This post isn’t really a restaurant review, it’s more of a ‘nice to know’ article, especially if you love cycling. Created by, The Foodie Ride, as the name suggests, brings together cycling and food, which I think is a great combination! Especially now that Summer is nearing and people will soon enjoy more time … Continue Reading