Killiney Kopi-Tiam comes to us from Singapore, where it became famous for its location on Killiney Road Singapore. It has been opened 100 years to this year and has spread across Asia and Australia - with stores in Melbourne and now Sydney. Located in Sydney in Chippendale on the ground floor of Central Park Mall. … Continue reading Killiney Kopitiam now in Sydney
We were lucky enough to visit SO9 in Waterloo for many reasons. The name might seem like an odd combination of letters and numbers, which had us curious about the meaning. We learn that SO9 translates to number 9 in Vietnamese. The number 9 is a lucky number and reflects the luck involved in the … Continue reading So9 Waterloo
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
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.
Biang Biang, known for their store in Chinatown in the Sydney CBD, there's now a store in Burwood too. With the proliferation of Asian eateries alongside the new high rise developments, Burwood could vy for the mantel of the Chinatown of the inner west. Do your tastebuds a favour and get yourself to Biang Biang … Continue reading Biang Biang Noodles @ Burwood
Gogyo is a new restaurant on Albion Street, occupying the premises that was once Salaryman. Similar décor to its previous home, it is reflective of some stylish and minimalistic interiors you will find in the classy restaurants in Japan. There’s smaller tables, higher bar tables or you can share a long communal dining table with … Continue reading Gogyo bring Black Ramen to Sydney
We were lucky enough to attend another wonderful food tour, by ‘Taste Cultural Food Tours’. A unique cultural experience in the heart of the Sydney CBD where we could sample a range of Asian foods in Chinatown, Sydney. Here we tried cuisines from China, Malaysia, Korea and the Philippines. The tour runs every Tuesday, Thursday … Continue reading A taste tour @Chinatown