Founder of the product, Manu Feildel has created a range of delicious sauces made with honest authentic French flavours which are reminiscent of his childhood memories of French meals created by his mother. Whilst we certainly aren’t all fancy chefs like he, Manu is inspiring us as home cooks with his new range of French … Continue reading The Sauce by Manu Feildel
The name “The Marke Kitchen and Bar” derives from the fact that this restaurant is at the junction of a multitude of places. X marks the spot. From here you can head off internationally or domestically via the airport, you can drive 20 minutes to the Sydney CBD, but it is also the gateway to … Continue reading The Marke Kitchen and Bar
Having opened it’s doors in June, an elegant interior of free form art provides an irreproachable setting for celebration and purlieu. The vision of their menu is one that triumphantly reimagines Chinese cuisine. The impact on classic dishes many have come to know and love as staples in this food is subtle, yet compelling. … Continue reading Mama Mulan for your next event!
If you’re mad keen on Japanese like we are, then you will most certainly want to check out Sashimi Shingensumi. But be warned, it’s not an easy feat to get a booking. Why? Firstly, the restaurant only seats two tables of 6 people. Secondly, the restaurant only takes reservations 6 times a year. This is … Continue reading Japanese Omakase @ Sashimi Shingensumi
Ho Jiak has long been in Strathfield but has now found a second home in the relatively new Haymarket location. Ho Jiak specialises in Nyonya (Chinese Malaysian Cuisine), which which we can only describe as flavour upon flavour and even more flavour! The food is inspired by the Chef's Grandmothers home cooked meals with exotic … Continue reading Ho Jiak is a top Malaysian Restaurant