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Home Thai (Sussex St)

August 14, 2014

We’re spoilt for choice when it comes to places to eat in Sydney and while there are old favourites and new places to check out, sometimes you can forget how good established restaurants like Home Thai can be, especially with dishes like their fantastic Pork Hock with Rice.

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Eric’s BBQ

August 4, 2014

A review of Eric’s BBQ, a restaurant at first glance looks like it’d be a bad dining experience turns out to be a good, hearty inexpensive meal as well as a lesson in how first impressions aren’t always right.

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Chic Pea @ Plunge

April 23, 2014

Veteran Sydney food blogger Fouad from The Food Blog has opened an exciting new restaurant, Chic Pea @ Plunge, with a modern and elegant take on Middle Eastern cuisine. Check out the post for a sample of some of their amazing food.

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La Lupita at The Basement

July 12, 2013

La Lupita have moved from Canterbury to take over the bar and kitchen at The Basement, with some good Mexican & fabulous margaritas.

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Manpuku

June 10, 2013

A review of the new Japanese restaurant Manpuku. Situated in Kingsford in the Eastern Suburbs, it’s a welcome addition to Sydney’s tonkotsu ramen scene, rivaling many of their big city brethren.

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O Bar & Dining Launch Party

September 14, 2012

O Bar and Dining is a new restaurant by Michael Moore, situated at the former Summit Restaurant site. Check out the post for some insight and images from the launch party.

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Max Brenner (Westfield CBD)

June 29, 2012

Due to inclement weather, tickets to an outdoor cinema are abandoned for the solace of warm, chocolate desserts from Max Brenner. However, in the act of trying to counteract the duldrums of the poor weather, things may have been taken too far.

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