Mr Stonepot – Chatswood

Mr Stonepot, also known as Mr Stonebowl in other locations, is best described as a quirky and modern Chinese restaurant. The menu includes classics from all over China (not restricted to one particular region), like soup dumplings or ginger and shallot crab – even Singapore chilli crab. It also includes new takes on classic dishes that a Chinese grandpa would never have seen in his time. The … Continue reading Mr Stonepot – Chatswood

Sake Jr – Sydney

Initially hesitant toward this concept, I decided to give it a try. It’s a ‘build your own bowl’ concept, which means the possibilities are endless! My bowl consisted of: Brown rice Chicken Bok Choy Corn Brussel Sprouts Seaweed Kim Chi Wasabi and Ginger Dressing The bowl which I received was actually incredibly heavy. I loved the fact that I could choose as many vegetables as … Continue reading Sake Jr – Sydney

Zeus Street Greek – Broadway, Sydney

Zeus Street Greek makes Greek food accessible, quick and delicious! If you’re in a hurry, or just want a quick meal for one then grab a pita wrap but if you’ve got a bit more time, I highly recommend the Spartan Box or Feast for 2. We opted for a Feast for 2 (between three people – shh, don’t tell them!). It comes with a … Continue reading Zeus Street Greek – Broadway, Sydney

Bar Pho – Wintergarden, Sydney CBD

The main thing you’ll want to order at Bar Pho is their Master Beef pho. They offer this in 2 sizes – small for $9 and large for $12.50. Obviously go for the large, as I have seen the small bowl and it is super small, whilst the large bowl is normal sized, and quite honestly, is not very dense at all. The pho soup … Continue reading Bar Pho – Wintergarden, Sydney CBD

Bekya – Gateway, Circular Quay

There’s been a lot of hype around circular quay ever since the brand new flashy food hub ‘Gateway’ opened. Despite boasting big names including Messina, Chat Thai, Din Tai Fung and Zumbo, I wanted to see what else was on offer. That’s when I came across Bekya for middle eastern food that is not kebab. They sell lunch boxes where you can choose a protein, … Continue reading Bekya – Gateway, Circular Quay

Sakae Dining – Eastwood

There are a few Japanese Restaurants in Eastwood, but only a few worth going to in my opinion. For lunch deal bentos, options include Sakae Dining, next to King’s Seafood Restaurant; Ichiraku, behind Eastwood library. For Sushi, I love Sushi Arigato. For Ramen, I recommend Zenya. I have been to both Sakae and Ichiraku. Sakae offers $13.50 bentos for lunchtimes with a variety of options including … Continue reading Sakae Dining – Eastwood