If you haven’t realised, a lot of restaurants in Australia offer a ‘Modern Australian’ menu. I’ve often wondered – what is modern Australian? I kept this question at the forefront of my mind when I visited Berowra Waters’ Inn and sampled the Summer degustation menu for dinner. First up, guests must park at one of… Continue reading Sampling ‘Modern Australian’ Cuisine @ Berowra Waters’ Inn
A sign of a truly incredible foodie experience is if I’m still salivating over my food hours after I’ve gobbled it up. In the case of the warm, buttery Connecticut lobster roll packed full of red meaty lobster that I had for lunch (along with chips and a drink) at Waterman’s Lobster Co, instead of… Continue reading Mouth-watering lobster rolls at Waterman’s Lobster Co
Zuma Dubai is undoubtedly the crème de la crème of Japanese-fusion izakaya style fine dining. All the dishes and drinks I tried were perfect to a tee. So given Hong Kong’s menu had some of the items on Duba’s menu, I was interested – how does Zuma Hong Kong compare? Mum and I set out… Continue reading NYE feast @ Zuma, Hong Kong
Night 5, Hong Kong: The owners of the ever-popular sunset lounge Ku De Ta in Bali have newly opened their latest instalment, CÉ LA VI in Hong Kong. Last night, my cousin and I headed up to the swanky restaurant, bar, and club on the top floor of California Tower in Lan Kwai Fong to… Continue reading Enjoying life at CÉ LA VI
“Izakaya” are casual drinking holes frequented by Japanese locals after work, where the drinks reign supreme and side dishes accompany the alchohol. At Izakaya Fujiyama, the star of the show is the food. The back streets behind Crown Street in Surry Hills are the new “it” trendy places to be, where little hidden gems can… Continue reading Exceptional Japanese style tapas at Izakaya Fujiyama
As part of our Spring celebrations, Mr. A and I had a long, lazy lunch at So Cal, a Mexican restaurant located on a rooftop in Neutral Bay that opened around a year ago. The street entrance is easy to miss – the restaurant is hidden up a flight of dark, narrow stairs. The decor… Continue reading So-Cal Mexican restaurant just so-so
I’ve always had a clear picture in my mind of what the worst meal and restaurant ever would be. All the below very specific criteria would have to be met in order for a restaurant to be crowned the title of “world’s worst restaurant” and “worst meal ever”. Criteria: Bad, bad decor. Think bingo rooms… Continue reading World’s worst restaurant? Try The Huskisson!