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So it turns out, food blogging and weight loss may not be mutually exclusive...
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Grifter Brewing Co. pale ale. Newtown brewed, perfume-heavy, passionfruit scent. Feeling pretty spesh #brewandchew
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Just hanging out at my local, soaking up the caffeine and the vibe...
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Had a delicious early birthday lunch at Pizza E Birra in Surry Hills today. They even shouted us dessert and limoncello! 'Because there's ten of you, we'd like to give you some dessert to try.'
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Thank you so much to +noodlies for having me along on you Fairfield Feast tour yesterday, I think we had about 5 or 6 lunches!

Here's a video of the amazing Afghan Arab bakery (which bakes over 4000 loaves per day). Check out my cameo, in which I articulately describe their bread as 'fricking amazing.'

And follow the link to see all the scrummy #fairfieldfeast tweets/instagram images... http://www.noodlies.com/fairfield-3/
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Thanks for reminding me +Corridor Kitchen I really should update noodlies G+
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This Octopus Slad with fennel, fresh orange and chilli was delicious.
563 Bourke St, Surry Hills NSW 2010
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On the hunt for delicious, cheap and easy meals to whip up in my tiny kitchen. Also searching for the best coffee wherever I go.
I love this place. If you have a sweet tooth, the dulce de leche –based treats here will blow your mind. Their Torta de Tres Leches (Three Milks Cake) is made of cloud-soft yet sturdy sponge cake, sandwiched with whipped cream and dulce de leche, iced with meringue and drizzled with condensed milk. Alfojores de maizena (cornflour alfajores) are the perfect contrast between crumbly biscuit and rich dulce de leche. On the savoury side, completos (hotdogs) are a solid choice, but I can’t go past the Chacarero y Palta – a hamburger-style sambo of tender beef strips, green beans, tomato and avo on fresh square bread rolls. The lomito is also a goer, the pork equivalent of the chacarero, but with sauerkraut in place of beans. Whatever you order, expect to walk away more than satisfied.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Poor to fairService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I am a big, big fan of Pizza Mario, hokey though the name may be. Thin, crisp-yet-chewy pizzas are done to perfection here. They are only open for dinner and you can't make a booking, but they are happy to add your name to the list and give you a buzz when a table becomes available.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I am a big fan of this place. It's a family run cafe with locely staff and delicious, inventive food. Everything on the menu sounds good and the coffee is, as I like to say, 'solid'. The fat stacked ricotta hotcakes with bacon maple ice cream and espresso syrup are epic. I also love thwie eggplan flatbread - grilled eggplant, lemony hummous, fried cauliflower and fresh herbs wrapped in souvlaki-style bread that is somehow charred yet soft.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
Pachamama House specialise in Modern Peruvian. Their cebiche and cocktail menus are both comprehensive and creative; try the grilled octopus cebiche washed down with a pisco sour. Service is excellent as well.
Food: ExcellentDecor: GoodService: Excellent
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
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I'm in two minds about this place. On the one hand, they make incredibly creative, mind-blowingly delicious salads and soups, the place is cute as a button, and the coffee well made. On the other hand, they're so popular it can be impossible to get a table, and they aren't very nice to people when its hectic (eg, explaining what to do if there's no tables would help - should I line up? hover around?) and the menu is heavy reading. My advice would be that if you want to check it out, don't go on the weekend between 10am and 2pm, and probably avoid peak weekday lunchtimes (1pm - 2pm) as well.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Poor to fair
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I had been wanting to try the food at The Carrington's restaurant, Bebe y Cena for a very long time and when I finally went their last weekend, I was not dissapointed. We had the bravas (more like chips), coated in a yummy dusting of paprika with spicy bravas dipping sauce, an enourmous octopus salad with fennel and orange slices (the octopus was perfectly tender), the white anchovies (kind of a meager serving, but tasty) and the jalapeno croquettes, beautifully crisp on the outside and soft as a cloud within. I loved it.
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Food: ExcellentDecor: Very goodService: Very good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago
I'm a fan of Kika's simple, traditional tapas. It's run by the owners of Argentinean restaurant Boca across the road, so you *have* to try the lomo with blue cheese, it's so tender it's obscene. The service is prompt and friendly and you can usually get a table.
Food: Very goodDecor: GoodService: Good
Public - a year ago
reviewed a year ago