We can't wait for Pyrmont's annual Festival, which will return on in Pirrama Park, Sydney 28-29 September 2019. Part of a broader 17 day festival of food in the area. The festival is jam packed with food stalls, food trucks, wine, arts and cultural activities. Think gourmet suppliers, eateries, craft beers and wines. Partnering with Orange NSW, … Continue reading Pyrmont festival Sydney
We have had Ester on our 'to visit' list for a while now. The birthday of our foodie friend @where_do_i_eat_pete gave us good reason to make a booking and head there to celebrate. In the back streets of Chippendale, this restaurant has made a name for itself, serving up high quality food with a chilled … Continue reading Our #1 restaurant for 2019 so far @ Ester
Whenever we travel down the south coast, we always make it a point to drive through the stunning heritage town of Berry. Admittedly it’s mainly for the hot cinnamon donuts, but we love the bakeries, cafes and restaurants, gift stores and markets too. The area is one of those places with quaint houses, lovely gardens … Continue reading South Coast Food and Wine Festival
The Sydney Good Food and Wine Show returned from Friday 21 June – Sunday 23 June 2019, held at the ICC Darling Harbour. It is also held in Melbourne (May) and Brisbane and Perth (later this year). Live Demos At the Princess Cruises Theatre, you’ll find a huge stage and seats ready for you to … Continue reading Good Food and Wine Show
GABS as it is colloquially known, is an acronym for the Great Australian Beer Spectacular and it certainly lives up to its name. The Spectacular event is put on by Dan Murphy's and has toured around Australia. We went to the Sydney Version, held at Sydney Olympic Park Showgrounds. If you love beer, you will … Continue reading GABS is short for Great Australian Beer Spectacular and it certainly is!
Head along the light walk through the Royal Botanic Gardens Sydney, right in the heart of the CBD and you'll find yourselves in a pop-up-bar amongst the gardens. Themed like an old Fisherman's wharf, complete with a dinghy, hanging light bulbs and signs to direct your way to the bar, it's a fun place to … Continue reading Nautical themed pop-up in the Botanic Gardens to celebrate VIVID
Shakespeare is not just for old theatres or the year 12 English Curriculum. It is for the masses to enjoy in a pub whilst having a few beers and dinner! Developer by Chris Huntly-Turner and James Haxby, and supported by a range of quality performers, the folks at @bardwork have put together a modern version … Continue reading Shakesbeer – plays in a pub!
Stanton & Co is a stunning new venue in a revived warehouse in The Cannery, Rosebery. The space has an industrial feel to it, and the team of designers took inspiration from New York’s Meatpacking District. You certainly get that vibe with its exposed brick walls and pipes, velvet chairs and deep cedar tables. It’s … Continue reading Stanton and co turn 1
A new modern Cantonese restaurant has opened in Sydney’s North Shore, in Castlecrag’s Quadrangle Shopping Village. It offers a menu showcasing Cantonese classics with a modern twist, a new take on traditional Chinese food. Photo - supplied The dishes on offer have seen chef Jason Chan fusing together traditional flavours with new ones to give … Continue reading Canton Kitchen – new to Castlecrag
Lotus Dining have recently taken up residency in the Chinese Gardens of Friendship, Darling Harbour. It is a tranquil setting, surrounded by a beautiful Chinese themed garden with fish filled ponds and Chinese art, right in the heart of the city. Relax and unwind in this oasis, perhaps order a tea from their extensive list, … Continue reading The Gardens, by Lotus