When visiting the Shoalhaven area, there are plenty of great eateries. The beautiful and historic village town of Berry is a big draw card in this regards. Queen Street Eatery is one of the top dining venues in Berry. Run by mother/ daughter team; Bec and Louise, along with a great team of staff, this … Continue reading Queen Street Eatery in Berry
“A French inspiration and Australian lifestyle has enabled me to imagine every woman’s dream through my collection. It allows them to fall in love with their bodies again bringing about a sense of pride and assertiveness that they may not have had the opportunity to experience before” says head designer and owner, Mandy. Bisous … Continue reading Fashion Runway of Empowerment: Miss Bisous Lingerie networking events.
We attended the free annual event, the Bastille Festival in Circular Quay. Held from 12-15th July, it was a huge street gathering to celebrate all things French: food, wine and art. A precursor to more celebrations to come with the huge World Cup victory by France. It was interesting to try different wines from different … Continue reading Where to enjoying Bastille Day with a French wine passport
Macleay Street Bistro is a Sydney dining institution serving classic French Cuisine. They are currently celebrating 35 years of service with a 1970s inspired, classic French menu. This coincidentally includes some of our favourite dishes - you cannot beat a classic. Macleay Street Bistro is set in a converted terrace house and on appearance the … Continue reading Classic French Dining @Macleay St Bistro
Provence Espresso Bar is a quaint cafe in the village area of Burns Bay Road, Lane Cove. They offer coffee, breakfast, brunch, patisserie bites and also catering. Inside, it is spacious and there’s also outdoor seating. We chose to enjoy our breakfast outside on this occasion. The staff are extremely welcoming and accommodating. The … Continue reading Fine culinary skills on display in the café @LaProvence, Lane Cove
When Hubert first opened, there was a lot of hype surround this French inspired restaurant. It was the “place to go” and bookings were practically impossible. We went a fair time after the hype had died down, which allowed us to get a group booking at a reasonable time. Entering from Bligh Street, you’re met … Continue reading French flair @Hubert
Lo Luk a French Bistro recently taking up residence in a converted terrace on Bourke Street Surryhills, towards Taylor Square. This new French provincial inspired Bistro is a neighbourhood gem opened by Luc an his brother from Northern France to serve homely traditional French cuisine. With street front seating allowing you to take in the … Continue reading Classic French @Lo Luk Bistro
S'age is situated amongst a high quantity of restaura1nts lining Willoughby Road and the Pacific Highway in Crows Nest. The area has an array of cafes, bistros and takeaway joints where you are quite spoilt for choice. However this restaurant is more upscale. Entering the restaurant from the main road, you'll find a sophisticated dining … Continue reading S’age bistronomy restaurant