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Dining 47 floors up - O Bar and Dining
candy. The world revolves around you, and ours revolves around food When one thinks Sydney, revolving tower and dining, we all immediately default to the tourist landmark of Sydney Tower, but for the full experience complete with amazing food and service, I...
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Spice World hot pot restaurant - Chinatown
And it's bath time! So word has it that a famous hot pot restaurant hailing from China is now opened in Chinatown. Boasting 500 franchises across China, the promise of roaming robots delivering mentos, Hello Kitty soup bases (no cats were harmed in the maki...
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Hulu Bistro and Restaurant - King St Wharf
Hulu has been part of Sydney’s food scene for a while now,
this King Street Wharf outpost is not its first and it has been feeding
Sydneysiders with some delicious Cantonese cuisine with notable influences of French
and Japanese cooking. The space is beauti...
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Chin Chin - Sydney or Melbourne?
The age old question of is "Sydney better than
Melbourne?" not only applies in a general sense but with the arrival of
Chin Chin in Sydney, it now also applicable to the restaurants too! Having heard mixed reviews and the presence of crazy queues
of the new...
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Two Sis Cafe, Pyrmont
There are so many cafes opening up nowadays I don’t think my
stomach and wallet can keep up! Two Sis in Pyrmont is one of the latest ones to
take social media by storm. Think Insta-worthy drinks and colourful salads. Rose and blue matcha latte  The drinks s...
Two Sis Cafe, Pyrmont
Two Sis Cafe, Pyrmont
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Z.I.A kitchen
Hidden off the busy King Georges Rd, Z.I.A Kitchen is the
south west Sydney’s answer to The Grounds sans crazy traffic and waiting times.
                 Think lush green semi-covered outdoor seating with
overhanging plants of all sorts, not so comfy outdo...
Z.I.A kitchen
Z.I.A kitchen
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Kid Kyoto, Bridge Lane, Sydney CBD
Rock n’ roll
and Japanese cuisine? Say what? Yes
apparently it’s a thing and Kid Kyoto has just turned it into the IT thing for
Sydney’s dining scene. To further
add to the theme, the restaurant is hidden inside Bridge Lane with the likes of
Mr Wong, with t...
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12 Micron, Barangaroo
Regarded as one of
the hottest restaurant openings of Sydney in 2017, 12 Micron sure lives up to
its name. The kitchen is lead by Justin Wise (Ex. Press club) with desserts by
Melbournian Darren Purchase of Purchase and Burch. Inspired by
Australia’s vast e...
12 Micron, Barangaroo
12 Micron, Barangaroo
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Hello Fresh - My thoughts
Is one of your new year's resolutions to
eat better? Because it’s one of mine for sure! The
last year had been a year of change, from breaking my leg in late 2016 and not
being able to hit the gym, to moving out of home (No, I still can’t adult) all
combine...
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Juan - Redfern
You
know a restaurant is serious about their dishes when they choose to focus on 2
seemingly simple food concepts. You
got it, I’m talking about Juan Bowl and Tea. Reviewed
as one of 2017’s best openings  Juan Bowl
and Tea is literally a 3-(wo)man run place...
Juan - Redfern
Juan - Redfern
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