Category Archives: Food

Ara Zero – Alcohol Removed Wine

Dry July is the month when we pledge ourselves to take a break from drinking, make some healthy lifestyle changes and raise funds for people affected by cancer. It’s a good cause and the awareness of this fundraising is drawing a big following each year. If you want to participate next year, check out Dry July for all the details.

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Soul Dining experience

Finally we had the chance to check out Soul Dining, a Korean restaurant with a modern twist using local produce. It’s regarded as one of the must-visit restaurants in Sydney. Located on bustling Devonshire St, a teeming thoroughfare of the new Sydney Light Rail from the City to the East. This street is a foodie destination with restaurants and pubs abound this area, with easy access to the ever popular Crown St. and beyond.

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Celebrating the year of THE OX

Well and truly the Year of the Ox is upon us for those who celebrate Chinese New Year, also known as Spring Festival or Lunar New Year. Each year is associated with one of 12 animals in the Chinese zodiac, 2021 is the Year of the Ox. Hopefully the Ox brings us happiness, good health and prosperity, much needed for the world right now amidst the lingering pandemic.

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Okami Japanese Restaurant, all-you-can-eat Japanese has arrived in Sydney

If you’ve experienced ‘tabehoudai’ – all-you-can-eat in Japan before then good news Sydney-siders, this favourite Japanese pastime has arrived in Sydney. Originating from Melbourne, Okami Japanese Restaurant offers bargain-priced dining for $34.80* per person (*minimum 2) for two hours of all-you-can-eat Japanese favourite fare. There are three branches in Sydney right now, located in Marrickville, Silverwater, Cronulla and soon in Penrith. We recently had the opportunity to check out their newly opened branch in Silverwater.

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Support your Local Businesses during the pandemic, some of our top picks!

Sydney-siders have enjoyed a few months of nil covid infection which has made life a lot breezier for most. It’s also the start of the summer and holiday season, boarder restrictions have been lifted and travel around the country was back on the agenda. Unfortunately this has been cut short by the recent outbreak on the Northern Beaches. Boarder restrictions and covid protocols are back in restaurants, shops and when travelling on public transport. Wear a mask, sanitised hands and keep your distance, the 3 big reminders!

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Universal Burger and CO, a must-try burger restaurant

If you venture out in the West of Sydney for a movie, feed and retail therapy, look no further than the Auburn Redyard Entertainment Centre complex located in Auburn. It’s a modern outdoor complex, home to Reading Cinemas, dining venues and shopping outlets. It’s a perfect destination for the whole family and a place to hang out with friends. Big bonus here is the huge carpark accessible directly under the building.

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Our favourite fish and chips shops in Sydney

HAPPY DAYS! With the clock already sprung forward for the Daylight Savings Time and some easing of Covid-19 restrictions, the start of the fun time under the sun has officially begun. The great outdoors plays a big part in the Australian way life. During the long warmer months, we tend to indulge in a lot of outdoorsy activities like cycling in the park, getting out on the water, the beach, bush walking, camping, an evening under the stars cinemas and of course, the quintessential true blue barbie!

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10 Best Places to eat in Makati and Bonifacio Global City (BGC), Philippines

If you visit the Philippines venturing out for a feed is easy. Filipinos are food-obsessed with eating pattern ranging from breakfast, merienda, lunch, merienda, dinner and even late supper is available for the night owls. You will find lots of restaurants that serve international cuisine in Metro Manila, but since you’re in the Philippines why not try some of the local delicacies. Adobo (pork or chicken stew) is a popular dish, serve anytime of the day. It’s salty, tangy, garlicky and hint of sweetness, so what’s not to like!

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Lunch in Tagaytay

Newsbreak: Two new low pressures have been spotted near the Philippines, rain forecast for today, blimey! Upon hearing the news from the telly, I quickly pressed the electric button to open up the curtains of our accommodation. Viola! The sun is out so hopefully this condition will continue throughout the day and any rain should not hamper our plans.

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Yukis at the Quay is a must-try Japanese restaurant in Sydney

If you want a fine dining Japanese restaurant with breathtaking views and equally good food then Yukis at the Quay is for you. Located on the 4th Level of the Overseas Passenger Terminal at Circular Quay, the vistas here are spectacular with panoramic views of Sydney Harbour including the Sydney’s iconic structures, the Harbour Bridge, Opera House and growing and colourful skyline.

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