by Darlinghurst, Sydney – Nestled in the heart of vibrant Darlinghurst is a pocket rocket of a bakery, Infinity. by
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Let the Urban Adventure begin!
Because, this food is spicy. There aren’t many salads out there that come with a “medium or hot?” Question/warning from the waitstaff, but hot versions of the green papaya salads (5 on the menu) with their powerful hot-salt-sour pungency, will change all your ideas about salads being for the weak (Sydney).
by If you want a birds-eye view of Melbourne, don’t pay $30 to visit the Eureka Sky Tower viewing platform. Instead, treat yourself to a drink and view at the same time and head to sophisticated Lui Bar in the Rialto building. by
Mrs Luu’s brings fast, fresh and delicious lunches to the Milton dining scene. Whilst this place is not an ambient lunch venue, the food (and the crowd) speaks for itself.
by There are 2 Barefoots in Manly – a large cafe on Wentworth St, and a tiny hole-in-the wall down a decidedly unglamorous side street in Manly. You want to go to the tiny one. by
Keep your eyes open in the Northbridge area, around every corner there is art. I’d suggest stopping off at The Butcher Shop, an art supply store with a street art twist that even provides it’s very own Street Art (online map and guide). And then head to the corner of Milligan and Roe to check out our Street Art Gallery.