Do you enjoy making yourself a couple of cocktails but could do with a few tricks of the trade? Then this is the perfect event for you. This Saturday 15th June at 2pm, the Oaks are hosting a cocktail Masterclass in the Garden Pavilion. We've done a few ourselves and have certainly learned some great … Continue reading Cocktail Masterclass @ The Oaks
Arthur’s pizza is one of those staple Italian joints - your local where you can call up for that Friday night pizza when you can’t be bothered cooking (or on any night really) and you can always guarantee it’s tasty. They’ve been in the business for over 30 years. Beginning in the 1970’z, they offered … Continue reading Arthur’s Pizza – Maroubra
It seems that the catchcry of everyone in the restaurant industry these days is ‘seasonal’ and ‘local’, but when Da Vinci’s Italian Restaurante Summer Hill acquired Executive Chef Luca Melis from the former Bistecca Italian in Abbotsford, a new genre outside of industry trends was discussed. Owners Joseph Rechichi and Valerie LoPresti were more interested … Continue reading Da Vinci’s Italian Ristorante
For Italians, food isn’t just nourishment, it is life! It’s the most searched cuisine on Google here in Sydney and the most requested and imitated food around the world. In spite of divergence in cooking styles and interpretations from region to region, there is a deep unifying connection Italians have with what they eat. From … Continue reading Where to experience the integrity of rustic Italian in Western Sydney @ Enzo’s Cucina
If you’re familiar with this international brand you’ll know that it’s not about the bells and whistles of their dishes. Value driven, geared to the no fuss, corporate worker, international traveller and family diner expecting the satisfaction that ‘Nonna’s classics’ cemented into many of the native’s childhood memories making it impossible to surpass. However, as … Continue reading Vapiano’s Winter Yumderland!
Rhonda's bar and restaurant is back open! It is a newly revamped venue in the heart of the Central Coast, close to the Crowne Plaza hotel, Terrigal. It is a top destination to visit for a weekend or easy enough to head up for the day. The restaurant itself is a large fresh bright … Continue reading Rhonda’s Terrigal – newly revamped!
I thought I’d write this blog so if you’re staying in Chalong for a training camp, you’ll be well informed. I was here quite a while so tried lots of options. The area also has a few places I didn’t go, but you may like, such as a Vegan restaurant and also an Acai cafe. … Continue reading Chalong’s food scene @ Phuket, Thailand
Manoosh Pizzeria began as a traditional Lebanese bakery and pizzeria and has grown to be super popular with locations in Enmore and Marrickville. Opened by Charlie and his sister Mary in February 2008, and a second store in Marrickville in Feb 2015. The pair had been inspired by their parents' traditional Lebanese bakery and grown … Continue reading Lebanese pizzas and more @ Manoosh
Manly is a happening place to hang out, especially in the warmer months. Stroll down the esplanade, pull up a towel and sunbake, walk through the markets of a weekend or stop by one of the many bars or restaurants for a drink and a bite to eat. Insitu is a cafe by day, … Continue reading Insitu – a bar and restaurant with a happening vibe
Botany Bay is iconic. It is the location of Captain Cook’s first landing. Since this time and the development of Australia, the area has seen a lot of buildings rise up in the area. The Botany Bay hotel, close to the ports, was established in 1865 and known as one of the oldest hotels in … Continue reading The newly revamped Botany Bay Hotel