Sydney CBD – Personally, I think the QT Hotel is worth a visit if only to check out the lift that plays music to reflect the number of people inside, I got the “lonesome” tune but I hear there are “romantic” and “party” tunes on offer too.by
CBD, Sydney – What’s not to like about this cute and yet surprisingly cavernous tapas bar specialising in Spanish sherry or jerez. You can’t help but be enticed inside when you spy the warm lights of Tapavino in a quiet laneway resplendent with hanging legs of jamon and glistening wine glasses.by
Flippin’ It – Kansai style – by Rachel!
It filled me with great joy to find the delights of Okonomiyaki were on offer in Sydney and that, if lucky, I could sit at the hot plate and watch it being constructed. Okonomiyaki is often described as Japan’s version of a pancake, pizza or omelette and although similar in many ways, it is a creation distinctly of its own.by
Did anyone say BBQ?
Living in the coastal oasis that is Sydney you might think there would be a plethora of outdoor drinking establishments and you would be woefully wrong. Thankfully for those of us who fancy the occasional sun drenched tipple a solution has been found. Popping up in the heart of the “Cross” and up a staggering 5 flights of stairs is Sydney’s newest rooftop bbq bar. [Read more…]by
There is something wonderfully unique about the mix of a granny chic aesthetic and the clean, fresh tastes of Vietnam. I have passed the window of Nourishing Quarter on a few occasions and thought it looked like a quirky tea house; little did I know it had much more than tea on offer. [Read more…]by