Besuto – Omakase

Try out Besuto for a traditional Japanese Omakase, showcasing high quality ingredients, flavour and technique. In Sydney’s CBD, close to Circular Quay, you can find Besuto in Sydney’s Loftus Lane. Walk through the lane and you’ll see a small sign to Besuto above some glass doors. Enter, noting the cool mural on the floor. You … Continue reading Besuto – Omakase

Anita Gelato

Try out Anita Gelato for an authentic artisan gelato experience, as well trying shakes, coffee and even waffles. Anita gelato had its origins over 20 years ago, starting from a small kitchen amongst family to its prime position as a boutique gelato store in multiple locations around the world. Smooth, creamy, fruity, icy, nutty, the … Continue reading Anita Gelato

Kurtosh

Kurtosh is a European bakery that makes all their pastry instore. Known especially for their Kurtosh/Kürtőskalács or “Chimney Cake”, the traditional Hungarian pastry is made with tightly wrapped pastry coils that are doused in sugar, caramelised by baking to produce a crispy flaky exterior and soft interior. You can then have them topped with your … Continue reading Kurtosh

Ellen

We were tipped off to visit Ellen by seeing some pics on some fellow foodies IG. The cafe is below a boutique apartment complex and close to Sydney Park. Being in a quiet street, it was easy to find a car park. The cafe has indoor and outdoor seating and they are very dog friendly, … Continue reading Ellen

Unpopular @ Powerhouse museum

Another cool exhibition on Powerhouse Museum is called “Unpopular” showcasing artifacts from the 90’s alternative music scene. This showcases pieces from the behind the scenes collection of promoter, record company founder and entrepreneur Stephen ‘Pav’ Pavlovic. There’s footage of live performances, unheard music demos, photographs, tour itineraries, original graphic art, posters and more. There’s pieces … Continue reading Unpopular @ Powerhouse museum

Dixon & Sons

Dixon and Sons is one of the sophisticated and contemporary new eateries inside the 5 level hospitality venue, the Porter House Hotel on Castlereagh Street, Sydney. It is absolutely stunning and our photos don’t do it justice. Huge wooden doors in a Victorian Standstone building and beautiful furnishings inside, they’ve really done a great job … Continue reading Dixon & Sons

Botswana Butchery

We went to Botswana Butchery to celebrate Kurt’s Birthday with friends as we’d been super keen to try it since it opened here in Australia. Botswana Butchery comes to us from New Zealand and it’s an upscale meat restaurant with plenty of indulgent sides, and an extensive wine menu. It is a beautifully designed tiered … Continue reading Botswana Butchery