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  • Milk Crate Kitchen

    Milk Crate Kitchen

    What is a Milk Crate Kitchen you ask? Exactly that, a mobile kitchen completely structured out of milk crates. The set up includes 2 small gas bottles, milk crates stacked upon milk crates for a pantry or dry store, a foot pump with running water and an ice bucket used as a cold room. Sounds […]

  • Henrietta Supper Club

    Henrietta Supper Club

    A new late night restaurant and supper club has opened on Victoria St, Darlinghurst above Tiger Bakers cafe where French restaurant Tastevin used to reside. It’s called Henrietta Supper Club and is the brainchild of the ridiculously talented peeps from Neighbourhood bar in Bondi-  Simon McGoram, Eddie Desouza, Josh Evans, Dominic Carnevale and Alex Howell. The name itself […]

  • Mordeo Restaurant, Sydney

    Mordeo Restaurant, Sydney

    Mordeo- it means small bite or to devour in Latin and is a fitting description for the launch of this new CBD restaurant. The evening was crafted around tasting quality produce and family recipes from Southern Europe. The restaurant, owned by the charismatic Aspros brothers, charms customers with an elegant, yet casual atmosphere. Situated inside the Deutsche Bank […]

  • Brooklyn Social Sydney

    Brooklyn Social Sydney

    Imagine the sophistication of a classy gin bar but with a layer of 1970s rock ‘n ‘roll grime and you have yourself Sydney’s newest dive bar Brooklyn Social. Enter through the black vinyl drapes, past the large neon Brooklyn Social sign and take a seat in one of the leather booths lining the tartan patterned […]

  • The 70s Are Back At Easy Tiger

    The 70s Are Back At Easy Tiger

    Perhaps it’s the prolonged summer weather, but Sydney seems to be experiencing a certain level of wistfulness for days gone by. We’re feeling nostalgic for a time we never knew, when our parents were teenagers and university was free – so dig out your disco shoes, find your flares and head on down to Easy […]

  • Me Casa, Su Casa Ristorante

    Me Casa, Su Casa Ristorante

    Casa Ristorante has just raised the standard for waterfront dining in Sydney’s beautiful Darling Harbour. After a lengthy renovation, the Italian restaurant has reopened its doors for both indoor and outdoor dining on the Promenade. It’s located amongst the smorgasbord of upscale eateries along the King Street Wharf. This place is perfectly suited to a […]

10 Questions with Charlie Ainsbury (Australian Finalist for World Class 2014)
[ 0 ] August 20, 2014

10 Questions with Charlie Ainsbury (Australian Finalist for World Class 2014)

He beat almost 300 entrants from around Australia and was crowned the national winner of the world’s largest and most prestigious bartending competition, Diageo Reserve World Class. Charlie “Chino” Ainsbury joined a stable of talent including the likes of previous champions Tim Philips (Bulletin Place) and Luke Ashton (Vasco) after his name was announced back in June […]

Alma – Portuguese on Stanley St
[ 0 ] August 20, 2014

Alma – Portuguese on Stanley St

For a long time Alma has been a locals secret in Darlinghurst, loved by many for their great coffee and eggs benedict.  Now, they’re broadening their serving schedule and delivering some of the best Portuguese cuisine Sydney has to offer. The secret is out. Alma means ‘soul’ in Portuguese and there is plenty of it at this […]

Milk Crate Kitchen
[ 0 ] August 20, 2014

Milk Crate Kitchen

What is a Milk Crate Kitchen you ask? Exactly that, a mobile kitchen completely structured out of milk crates. The set up includes 2 small gas bottles, milk crates stacked upon milk crates for a pantry or dry store, a foot pump with running water and an ice bucket used as a cold room. Sounds […]

Mr.Tipply’s
[ 0 ] August 20, 2014

Mr.Tipply’s

On the corner of Kent Street, in the middle of the city, Mr.Tipply’s white neon sign shines bright. The illusive mascot, a gentlemen of the highest order, is the main character in an entirely fictional tale behind the restaurant-bar. You get the impression that they are going for a mysterious and stylish, Great Gatsby-esque narrative. […]

Flying Fish celebrates ten fine years
[ 0 ] August 12, 2014

Flying Fish celebrates ten fine years

Iconic Sydney restaurant Flying Fish is currently in the middle of month-long festivities to celebrate its tenth birthday. The celebrations kicked-off with an incredibly classy bang at the official birthday party. Guests were treated to a lavish array of food and drinks including freshly shucked oysters from a variety of purveyors (my favourite being the […]

Truffle Season
[ 0 ] August 12, 2014

Truffle Season

Truffles are held in high esteem in Middle Eastern, French, Spanish, Italian and Greek cooking. Black truffle is the second most commercially valuable type and Sydney siders can not get enough. So when the winter harvest arrives restaurants around the city go truffle mad! Here are our four favourite dining rooms serving up black truffle […]

Bucket List Wines
[ 0 ] August 12, 2014

Bucket List Wines

Bucket List Wines With Dry July well and truly over it’s time (for those who were partaking) to get back on the wine time train.  Here’s 10 award winning wines to put on your vino bucket list and they won’t cost you a small fortune either. 1. D’arenberg ‘Dead Arm’ They have some of the […]

Top 5 Must-dos in Tasmania
[ 1 ] July 30, 2014

Top 5 Must-dos in Tasmania

Tasmania, an island off an island, may very well be Australia’s underrated treasure. It’s not often that Tasmania sits atop the list of holiday destinations, but it unquestionably should. It’s as if all the best things about Australia were combined to create a small state once known as Van Diemen’s Land. Whatever it is you […]

Beer Days Competition
[ 11 ] July 30, 2014

Beer Days Competition

You may have read in last week’s Secret Foodies newsletter about Beer Days, if not, here is the low down. They hand pick the very best, hard-to-find and limited release Australian and international craft beers, then  the friendly Beer Days team deliver them straight to your work or home! Cool, Huh? This new service is championing […]

TimeOut Food Awards- The Nominations
[ 0 ] July 30, 2014

TimeOut Food Awards- The Nominations

The TimeOut Sydney Food Awards nominees were announced last night at a rather exclusive and intimate event held at ‘Work in Progress‘ bar in Sydney’s CBD. The Nominees are…  In the ‘Hot Talent’ category: Ben Sears & Eun Hee An – Moon Park Joshua Niland – Fish Face Dining Mike Eggert & Jemma Whiteman – […]

10 questions with The Beer Pilgrim
[ 0 ] July 30, 2014

10 questions with The Beer Pilgrim

Beer-lovers could only ever dream about exploring the world in search of the best beer. But one young man, known as ‘The Beer Pilgrim’ has done just that. He trots the globe meeting some of the most interesting people in the industry and sampling that sweet golden ale. We recently caught up with this mysterious […]

International Beer Day in Sydney
[ 0 ] July 29, 2014

International Beer Day in Sydney

Beer facts time! A beer wave of 388,000 gallons flooded London after a vat ruptured in 1814. Egyptian pyramid workers were paid with beer at 1 gallon per day. The oldest known recipe for beer is over 4000 years old and today beer is still the most consumed beverage after water and tea.  This Friday, […]

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