Sunday, October 21, 2012

Mr. Wong, Sydney

Lets Donkey Kong with Mr. Wong! Mr. Wong is the cool new kid on the block and with his gangnam style of cooking it has made him become Mr. Popular. Ok should I stop now? I think I should before my lameness reduces my readers by 110%. So besides the food, what else makes this place so popular? Let me give you three names: Dan Hong, Jowett Yu and Eric Koh. That to me initially didn't mean that much so let me translate that into 'Engrish' for you: Ms G's, El Loco and London's Hakkasan. Now we are talking.

Whole Chinese Roast - $60
(served with pancakes)

Sunday, October 14, 2012

Noodles Market 2012, Sydney


YAYYYYY it is finally Ocotber aka Sydney International Food Festival. October is one of my favourite months and it is quite obvious why. I heart noodle markets. I go every year religiously. All these glorious restaurants and a beer garden at almost an arm reach. 

Pork Belly Bun - $9 for two from Taste of Shanghai

Wednesday, October 10, 2012

Lauduree Macarons, Westfield Sydney


Sydney seems to be a 'fan' of line up these days. Crazes went from Zara, the apple store, Adriano Zumbo Macaron day, Top Shop and of course today's topic, Lauduree Macarons. On the first day it opened, the lines surrounding Lauduree were about  2 to 3 hours long! The obvious million dollar questions that follows are 'was it worth the wait?' 'are they that good?'.

Lauduree Macarons

Sunday, October 7, 2012

Milk Bar By Cafe Ish, Redfern


Okay so I am a just an incy wincy bit late with post but that's because I thought I had lost all my photos of my visit. *phew*. When I heard Cafe Ish was closing, my heart died a little as there were only days left of being able to have Cafe Ish's signature crab omelet. Not long later, exciting news had spread quickly across the twitter-verse about a new Milk Bar opening by Josh. 

Left: Chuck Norris Milk Shake - $7
Top Right: Bacon and beef burger - $6
Bottom Right: fries

Monday, October 1, 2012

N2, Chinatown


HELLO EVERYBODY! I'm back! I apologise for being so MIA recently, 24 hours in a day is clearly just not enough. Anywhooo so recently there was a new dessert craze that appeared in Chinatown. Yes that's right its N2. Call me slow or maybe but it took me a little while to work out that it stood for Nitrogen lol. Nitrogen Ice cream/sorbet is IN right now peeps.

Professors at work with their N2 formulating their ice cream