Thanks to the knowledge of my hip little brother and trendy girlfriend, we found this cafe in South Hobart and were pleased to find it open on Australia Day, especially when pretty much everything was closed. We enter into this good sized cafe with a little lounge area and the front, and plenty of tables … Continue reading Bear With Me
There’s 11 convict sites around Australia that are heritage listed and 5 of these are in Tasmania. In Tasmania they include Port Arthur, Coal Mines Historic site, Woolmers Estate and Brickendon, Cascades female factory and Darlington Probation station. Visiting a few of these will give you great insight into the nations past. If you can’t … Continue reading Australia’s Convict Past in Tasmania
The Bored Monkey is a large restaurant located over two floors on Pittwater road in Narrabeen. The restaurant downstairs is spacious and suits either a dining pair, larger groups and even a party. If you’re looking to have a function, there’s also a function venue upstairs. What a great place for a function, particularly when … Continue reading The Bored Monkey @ Narrabeen
Manjits Indian restaurant is a Sydney dining institution and a family run business which was established in 1984. Manjits has since branched out to include a number of locations including Balmain, King Street Wharf Darling Harbour and further south to Wollongong, and one of its northern suburbs, Corrimal. We visited Manjits King Street Wharf and … Continue reading Quality Indian fare @ Manjits King St Wharf
Over the holiday period, we finally had the time to just chill out and visit some cafes that we’ve had on our list for a while now. We do enjoy Single O coffee, and have had it a lot when the roaster was previously in our local area. Since it’s departure, we’ve enjoyed it at … Continue reading Speciality Coffee and inspired menu @ Single 0, Surry Hills
As the city turns red to celebrate the 2019 Lunar New Year celebrations, AYAM™, Australia’s number one leading Asian food brand, will be offering Sydneysiders and festival-goers one dynamic and inspiring culinary journey. Launching on Friday 1 February, AYAM™ will be delighting crowds with a unique Lunar New Year experience, where curious families and food lovers can … Continue reading AYAM Noodle Pop-Up, Lunar New Year
Botany is a developing area and is seeing new cafes and shops. This has now extended to a local and independently owned brewery. This micro brewery has opened in Erith St, an industrial area behind the main strip of shops. We went during the first weekend it opened and it has a good vibe about … Continue reading Micro brewery in Botany @ One Drop Brewing co
Calabur cafe is super close to Bondi Junction Westfield and Eastgate shopping centre. Walking by, you would probably not notice it, underground off the Main Street. Definitely make it a destination to visit. It's a vintage, rustic style place, with exposed bricks, pipes, rustic chairs, succulent plants, and feels like some of the cafes we’ve … Continue reading Calabur cafe – hidden little gem in Bondi Junction.
Cafe by day, thai street food style eatery restaurant by night. Located in “Thai Town” in the Haymarket end of Pitt Street, Boon Cafe is a winner in our books, especially for cheap eats. The cafe has a good vibe to it and the decor is modern and has a market place vibe to it … Continue reading Thai food at any time of the day @ Boon Cafe
Veneziano in Surry Hills is a specialty coffee shop, coming out of Melbourne. The Surry Hills store is its flagship store in Sydney. It is also a barista training site in roasting, barista work and latte art training. I visited here upon the suggestions of a friend and glad I did. The space is contemporary … Continue reading Specialty coffee and barista training school @ Veneziano, Surry Hills.