Hendriks Cognac & Wine cosy and casual bar located in Crows Nest, containing drinks of all sorts on placed along the walls that you’d think they had every alcoholic drink in the world. It is notably known for its cognac (duh!) and enormous wine collection.
Yummy yummy yummy I got truffle in my tummy and I feel like eating you! Okay enough with the cringe-fest and onto the review. We were glad to experience this truffle-fest at IIKO Mazesoba with fellow food blogger Rowy and her partner Lawrence at the heart of Darling Square. Specialising in Mazesoba which is a …
If all you think about is meat meat and more meat, this is the place for you. Fire and Brimstone BBQ is located in Hillside Hotel, Castle Hill and is perfect for anyone needing to exceed their protein intake in a satisfying way
Another high quality Izakaya and Ramen bar? Yes please! These are two things that Sydney definitely need more of and Sekka have answered our prayers.
Yakiniku Kosu is a Japanese and Korean fusion restaurant located in Castle Towers that serves a variety of dishes such as Hotpot, BBQ meats, Ramen, Seafood and Bibimbap.
Wow, just wow….Kuru surpassed our expectations by a longshot. For a Saturday night, this was actually our backup option. We were so glad fate sent us this way. Located a short 4 mins walk from St Leonards station on a somewhat quiet road contains this Japanese culinary gem. Ranging from your standard Japanese entrees, sashimi, …
Memory Tongue is located in Chatswood Interchange that serves Chongqing Hotpot. Chongqing cuisine is known for their spicy and numbing flavours (mala). We love going to hotpot during the winter as it warms up our body, improves circulation and sends us to a food coma afterwards.
Located in Darling Square Sydney, Goobne Chicken opened its first Australian chain in late 2019. Goobne in Korean means oven baked, and this may not sound as appetising as Korean Fried Chicken. However, don’t let this dissuade you