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Aqua S – The Dreamy Blue Soft Serve Made For Instagram

[Sydney, Australia] This is the soft serve created for Instagram. Aqua blue and pink watermelon creaming soda twirls of ice cream on a black cone, surrounded by a cloud of fluffy cotton candy and caramel popcorn. The dreamlike Aqua S makes some other soft serve brands look juvenile. For a good half year, I had […]

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21 Best Supper Places In Sydney For Late Night Dining

[Sydney, Australia] There was a time in Sydney when shopping malls close early before sunset (they still do) and it was almost impossible to find decent supper food after 9pm. Not anymore. While previously it was the restaurants at Chinatown that opened till the wee hours of the night, there are more varied and exciting […]

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Yok Yor Thai Food Factory – Affordable Tasty Thai Supper In Sydney

[Sydney, Australia] The very first thing you would notice about Yok Yor Thai Food Factory is the cooks, all dressed in sky blue overalls and bright yellow hard hats in the kitchen. Serious. Not hot? But it sure is gimmicky and a visual selling point to see ‘construction workers’ frying up a storm of Pad […]

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Sydney Madang – Possibly The Best Korean BBQ Restaurant In Sydney

[Sydney, Australia] Friends commented that if there is one restaurant in Sydney to dine at again, it would be Madang. That is saying a lot. Pitt Street near Sydney’s CBD is the unofficial Korean town, where BBQ restaurants, fried chicken eateries, grocery shops and cafes at found at every corner. That includes Madang, which requires […]

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10 Best Cafes In Surry Hills, Sydney Australia

[Sydney, Australia] Starbucks couldn’t survive in Australia, and this tells something. Australian cafes are some of the best in the world, because many three-wave cafes are that strong in their coffee-making skills. Surry Hills is THE place to find some of Sydney’s best cafes, also a melting pot of restaurants, galleries and vibrant cultures. Marque, […]

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Bills Sydney – The World’s Best Scrambled Eggs?

[Sydney, Australia] Not everyone can claim that they serve “The Best Scrambled Eggs In The World”. That sounds too far-fetched and overconfident, but Bills Granger probably can. The art student turned self-taught cook and restaurateur, and now author and media personality is one of Australia’s best known Chef. Some refer him as the Australian version […]

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Mamak – Long Queue For Malaysian Cuisine In Sydney

[Sydney, Australia] “What is this? We come alllll to way to Sydney, and we are having Malaysian food?” The type of questions asked when the group of Singaporeans hunt for supper, and find ourselves queuing for 30 minutes at 10 degrees outside Mamak at Chinatown Haymarket. Mamak offers Malaysian style street food You know, the […]

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Gumshara Ramen – Did Half A Pig Die To Cook This Bowl?

[Sydney, Australia] My love for ramen continues to bring me to unimaginable places, this time in an assuming foodcourt in the heart of Chinatown in Sydney. Some say this is probably the Best Ramen in the Southern Hemisphere. Gumshara Ramen requires some searching, inside an Eating World foodcourt within Harbour Plaza at Dixon Street. There […]

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Chat Thai – Possibly Sydney’s Hippest Thai Restaurant

[Sydney, Australia] One of the hippest places to dine in Sydney is a Thai restaurant. Of course, the definition of ‘hip’ is nothing but universal, especially in an Aussie context. Okay, I think Chat Thai IS HIP, along with Thai restaurants House and Yok Yor. Located right opposite Capitol Theatre near the heart of Chinatown, […]

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Busselton Jetty and The Goose Beach Bar & Kitchen – For Stunning Views & Fresh Seafood

[Western Australia] We drove swiftly from Perth’s King Park to Busselton Jetty in 2.5 hours. There was a train to catch at Busselton Jetty, and we thought we should hurry. You may not have heard of Busselton Jetty, but it is a place worth the visit boasting the longest timber-pier in the southern hemisphere and […]

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