My Food Blog #3
This year, the Good Food Guide Awards was a national affair, rather than a shindig in each city. Apparently “frankly, it was the right time”. (This may be corporate speak for &
Hung Cheung Review: For daily commuter around Marrickville Road, there is a Chinese restaurant right in front of the Marrickville Town Hall.
Here is 5 All-You-Can-Eat in Sydney that you must try.
Coffee Tank is a nice corner cafe in Marrickville with predominantly local customers. They have quite a selection of vegan bowls.
Mentmore and Morley have pretty dishes and quite a decent taste for its price.
Jang Ta Bal is one of the best Korean BBQ restaurants in Sydney. They have high quality meat cuts and very attentive staff members.
Located opposite the Sydney Theatre Company in Walsh Bay, Hicksons Izakaya is a nice option for a pre-theatre dinner. When you are here, you should try their Chocolate Sushi Roll.
Rashays Punchbowl is one of the restaurants in the franchise chain. They serve quite a big portion when compared to your average pub steak.
We went to Sven-san, a Swedish x Japanese restaurant, for their $55 Banquet menu.
We are here at Seed Greek Kouzina to try their $35 6-course banquet meal. This option is only available every Tuesday and Wednesday.
O!momo is an authentic Nepali's momo specialty restaurant. At omomo, you should really try their triple-cooked chilli momo.
Righetto Osteria Romana | a review by All About Food
Doughbox diner was definitely a fun restaurant to visit. They are famous for their savoury crepe cones.
Feast - a world of flavours - is an all you can eat restaurant inside Sheraton on The Park.
The Wayzgoose Cafe is quite a decent cafe at the heart of the blue mountain in Leura. Their main selling point is the famous flowerpot scones.
Lashings Gourmet Takeaway is a burger joint that uses Turkey bacon instead of the usual bacon. They have quite a big range of burgers and wraps on the menu.