Mr Meng Chongqing Gourmet – Market City, Sydney

So excited to try the noodle shop of Meng Fei, the host of ‘If you are the one.’ Even though my tolerance for spicy food is pretty low, I was prepared to tank it to try his version of chongqing chilli noodles. Mr Meng’s is located on the top level of Market City in Haymarket, Sydney. The area across the room from the The Eight … Continue reading Mr Meng Chongqing Gourmet – Market City, Sydney

Palsaik – Sydney

Been here three times and the Kbbq has been solid on all occasions. They are especially known for their ‘8 flavours of pork belly’, which include miso, wine, garlic, original, herb, curry, ginseng and chilli. It’s an amazing feast for your eyes even before the feast for your belly begins. The menu is otherwise quite limited, a few hot pots, a few side dishes, a … Continue reading Palsaik – Sydney

BóRN by Tapavino – Barangaroo, Sydney

Bórn by Tapavino is a new gen Spanish tapas restaurant located on the beautiful restaurant strip by the water in Barangaroo.  A meal here isn’t going to be friendly to your wallet, but the interesting menu will allow you to experience some new flavours and ingredients. The warm and inviting outdoor seating area creates a lovely casual ambience overlooking the wharf. It would be best … Continue reading BóRN by Tapavino – Barangaroo, Sydney

Restaurant Hubert – Sydney, CBD

Currently Sydney’s hottest ‘best-kept secret’, Hubert transports you back in time. Once we push through the giant doors and walk down a beautiful winding staircase, we step into a smoky candle-lit room lined with bottles of wines and spirits. A casual bar to the right, a classy dining room to the left. Just being here makes you excited for the experience to come!   *A/N: … Continue reading Restaurant Hubert – Sydney, CBD

Subsolo – Sydney CBD

  I was extremely excited to try Subsolo and potentially relieve some amazing memories of a previous trip in Spain. Some of my fondest memories were the mornings aboard a Renfe train with a diluted Spanish coffee con leche and croissant (and sometimes a fresh orange juice when it was a ‘treat yourself’ day), lunch times of a simple bocadillo with jamon, and those late late … Continue reading Subsolo – Sydney CBD

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

Cafe Ananas – Circular Quay, Sydney

Cafe Ananas is a French restaurant located in Circular Quay station and overlooks the train line, Sydney Harbour and the Harbour Bridge. We were seated near the back of the restaurant, where a view of the Habour was pretty difficult to see. I did, however, manage to catch glimpses of the trains that were passing Circular Quay station and found that amusing. I’d say the service … Continue reading Cafe Ananas – Circular Quay, Sydney