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Bar Lou Lou is worth finding 21 Aug 2013 | 02:21 am

The wall-sized art at Bar Lou Lou Bourke St tapas stalwart Emmilou has twisted the ‘underground’ bar trend in its favour, hiding Bar Lou Lou just behind the main restaurant floor. Quirky, cosy decor ...

The degustation at 360 Bar and Dining does not disappoint 8 Aug 2013 | 04:14 am

The phasing out of fine-dining degustation menus in favour of share-style al a carte and snacky bar food has been the talk of the hospitality scene of late. However, some establishments refuse to jump...

Yolanda and Maureen’s Barossa escape 5 Aug 2013 | 05:06 am

On a recent trip to Adelaide to touch base with many of the restaurants on our site, Yolanda and myself were very excited to be invited to Hentley Farm in the Barossa Valley for lunch. Hentley Farm is...

Best Restaurants heads to Paris 1 Aug 2013 | 01:45 am

Seeking a reprieve from the albeit short and mostly mild Sydney winter, I was fortunate to head to the Europe for a four-week adventure throughout Italy, France and the United Arab Emirates. As a die-...

A slice of the Big Apple at Brooklyn Hide 21 Jun 2013 | 05:13 am

Surry Hills isn’t short of cafes; however one thing this bustling suburb has been missing is an actual, authentic bagelry. Enter Brooklyn Hide Bagel Bar, the master work of Daniel Littlepage and Matth...

600 bowls of ramen a day 18 Jun 2013 | 07:31 am

On a cold winter’s eve, there aren’t many meals more perfect than a steaming hot bowlful of ramen, so it was with much excitement that I attended the Ippudo blogger’s dinner. Ramen is a carefully cons...

Reuben pleases the world’s biggest coffee snobs 12 Jun 2013 | 04:54 am

Leading Sydney’s specialist coffee scene is Reuben Hills. Located in Surry Hills, this twin-levelled caffeine mecca pushes all the right buttons with an in-house roaster, speciality brew lab, free cup...

The Duke ain’t you’re average pub 11 Jun 2013 | 07:53 am

On first impressions, The Duke of Gloucester (affectionately called “The Dog”) looks like your typical pub dive, good for casual drinking but not so much for dinner. The corner building is a landmark ...

On trend, Palings Kitchen and Bar 5 Jun 2013 | 03:26 am

The popularity of venues like Palings marks a significant shift in the Sydney dining scene. No longer do people want formal dining, it’s all about more casual and accessible options. As part of the iv...

Like a good spirit, The Bourbon has matured into perfection 31 May 2013 | 07:30 am

Kings Cross icon, The Bourbon, has been reborn and like a good spirit, it seems to have matured into perfection. The inspiration behind the venue – on the menu and the design – is rather fitting, espe...

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