Last week, Stockland – Wetherill Park and celebrity TV chef and cookbook author, Miguel Maestre presenter of The Living Room, shared an unexpected and joy-filled Christmas lunch with 30 shoppers to celebrate a new campaign encouraging us Aussies to connect with others and share the joy this festive season. Miguel said, “community spirit and spending time with others is the most important part of Christmas”.
It’s already November but our Oktoberfest memories seem to linger forever. Oktoberfest Weisn was a dream come true for myself and Steve, our love of the hoppy drink has taken us this year exploring several countries like Japan, Philippines, Belgium, Ireland, United Kingdom and culminating in the mighty Octoberfest in Munich, Germany, in the quest of the best beers. Our journey wasn’t that easy, we had a few hit and misses along the way but it was all worth it.
Boasting a relaxed setting, an open space with indoor and outdoor dining areas, and sustainable offerings, Bellbird Dining + Bar located at the Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre is so much more than just a dining destination. A restaurant where you can enjoy an array of exciting dishes to whet your palate, bar for libations, art, films and exhibitions to enjoy all at the same time.
It is that time of the year again when Halloween fanatics dress up for the scariest costumes that you could imagine. Zombies, witches, black spiders, ghosts and blood thirsty vampires will roam our streets again on October 31.
Cabra-Vale Diggers in the South West Suburbs of Sydney has created a real buzz with the opening of dining precinct District 8, the newest and most exciting phase of the multi-million dollar redevelopment, one of the most progressive and ambitious projects to date for the club, which has enjoyed 93 years of heritage.
According to the national government agency, Cancer Australia, it is estimated that this year, 17, 500+ will be diagnosed with breast cancer and people living with breast cancer at the end of 2012 (diagnosed in the 5 years period 2008 to 2012 is 65, 900+. Breast cancer is the most fourth most common cause of death from cancer among females in 2017. (source Cancer Australia).
Now in its 5th year, The Sydney Italian Wine and Food Festival was back and this time at an even bigger venue, The Cutaway, Barangaroo Reserve. All lovers of anything that is Italian were treated with a long fun-filled day of celebration.
Sydney’s Chinese food scene continues to evolve with a modern spin on the old school style of cooking to a contemporary flare. These days we are tasting more varieties of artisan and creative offerings that excite our dinner plate, and leading this trend is the award winning Chefs Gallery with a repertoire of innovative dishes that produce a multi-sensory gastronomic experience. From their very successful flagship restaurant in the city, these sumptuous repasts can now be enjoyed throughout their branches around Sydney.
Holy Duck has relaunched its dinner menu redefining the traditional Chinese dining experience with a reimagined and inventive modern twist. At the helm of this East and West go-to-fast food eatery during the day, and Modern Chinese Delight by Night is Chef Neo Ni, ex Billy Wong and Lotus Dumpling.
If you are visiting Sydney from now until the 17th of June, you will be treated to a spectacular festival of light, music and ideas during the return of Vivid Sydney.
Vivid Sydney is a collaboration of Australian and leading world lighting artists, designers and manufacturers, transforming Sydney with bewitching light installations creating a magical world for everyone to enjoy.
Dining on board the Explorer of the Seas means an endless array of food choices, from complementary a la carte dining, specialty restaurants, buffet style meals and snacks, a classic burger joint and of course, room service.
Since our cruise was a short one, dining themes and attire were mostly casual, although dressing to impress is always an option.
An abandoned building at No. 48 Kensington St. Chippendale, has been transformed into a pop-up wine bar by Stoneleigh. Named Stoneleigh Hotel, this pop-up venue hides a lot more than initially meets the eye.