Sunday, June 26, 2011

Morrocan Feast, Randwick

This was my first visit to Randwick for my stomach and may I say, I must return back to Randwick because there are so many restaurants out there. Based on word of mouth, I have heard that Morrocan Feast served some really hearty dishes. After my experience there, I will now continue to spread the same word of mouth. 

LambTajine with caramelised onion, slow cooked prunes, sultanas,
almonds & cinnamon

The Rice Den, Chatswood

A good meal isn't just about good food; customer service, atmosphere and pricing are just some of the important factors. My recent visit to Rice Den had all the ticks. The restaurant is really small, however I liked it so much more because of the fact that it was small because it gave it that warm and cosy feel.

Singaporean rice noodles

La Bodeguita Cuban Restaurant & Bar, Sydney

La Bodeguita proves why all Sydney siders are just way too spoilt when to the choice of food. So if choices such as Indian, Chinese, Japanese, Morrocan, Thai, Turkish, Lebanese, Greek, Italian and so forth aren't enough for you, then you can now add Cuban food onto your list.

Yoghurt braised lamb and black bean vinaigrette, Cuban rice - $17

Sunday, June 12, 2011

Blancmange, Petersham

This is one of the rare few restaurants which I would go back because its food and in particular, it's service was that good. One the things I like about Blancmange is that it is tucked away in its own corner and away from almost everything else. 

The restaurant itself is quite small and the atmosphere was cosy, part of it's layout and service reminded me of my visit to Assiette. This might be strange to say but because it was raining, it made the restaurant so much more cosier.