Sunday, September 15, 2013

The home of Portugal, Petersham

Petersham is basically a mini Portugal. Once you step into the heart of Petersham, you can smell charcoal chicken everywhere. Imagine stepping out of Granville station and smelling the charcoal chicken, now times that by five. You can smell it in the car parking lot. You can smell it on the streets. You can even smell it when you are cashing out a the CBA ATM lol. Oh mai gwad.. 

Charcoal chicken (whole) - $19.00

Portugese tart - $3.50

Sunday, September 8, 2013

Devon Cafe, Surry Hills

So Devon Cafe seems to be the place to be at these days. After countless of weekends of my instagram feed being flooded with Devon's coffee and meals, it was time for me to check what the hype is all about. So the money question is.. did it meet all the hype?

Devon Ultimate Toastie  - $25

Actually where do I even start? Everything on the menu sounded amazing. I wanted to try everything. Fifteen minutes later and with some help from the waitress and Adam, we finally placed our orders in. Yes, I was that indecisive.

Shortly after, the food arrived and zomgosh I was so close to wetting my pants because their serving sizes were gigantic and they either looked too pretty to eat or they were flooded with toppings.

Thursday, September 5, 2013

Copo Cafe and Diner, Dummoyne

Hooray for Thursday peeps! The faster the day goes, the closer the weekend. One of my places I have recently discovered for brunch is Copo Cafe and diner in Drummoyne. Tucked secretly behind Victoria Road and yet still so popular. There is also a section upstairs in the terrace which I regrettably didn't check out  but downstairs was also nice and cosy. The only thing missing was a view of the bay although the amount of sun light beaming in through the windows made up for it. 

House smoked trout baked eggs with creme fraiche and toast - $17.90

Baked eggs are one of my favourite brunch meals. The best bit is always breaking off a piece of toast and using it to clean up all that oozy egg yolk. It hits the spot every time. 

Sunday, September 1, 2013

Breakfast, lunch, dinner and dessert, Sydney

So across the past couple of months, I haven't been consistent with my blogposts. Work got pretty crazy at one point and after working 6 days a week for a couple of months, I felt pretty burnt every Sunday. Anyhow that is all over now. I assume most of you guys are similar to me in the sense that we all have insanely busy schedules from time to time. During this period it is hard to avoid eating out day after day or at worse, meal after meal. 


I hate stressing out about not knowing where to eat sometimes. So to help out, here are some suggestions starting off with the most important meal of the day. Breakfast.