54. 678 Korean BBQ

The chilly winter season is just perfect for Korean BBQ!

This new place took off with a >>BANG!<< and I’ve only been hearing good things about it ever since it opened. With my love for Korean BBQ and mentions of Korean celebrities such as the Running Man cast and  Kang Ho Dong (강호동 – both gagman and owner), I was definitely intrigued. And so,  I’ve been twice already :D

Egg soup Shikye Ox tongue Marinated pork short rib Kalbi Wagyu Cooking3 Cooking2

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Location: Level 1, 396 Pitt Street, Sydney NSW 2000 (Corner of Pitt and Goulburn St)

Phone: (02) 9267 7334

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53. Tom n Toms, Chinatown – Matchmaker?!

I just couldn’t help but make another post about Tom n Toms (just a short one) because:

1. I hadn’t been here in a while and I felt like reminiscing all the hours I spent ‘studying’ here last year

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Caramel latte, Green tea latte and apple cinnamon bread ($16.50 total from memory)


Tasty apple pie-like snack with sour cream sandwiched between slices of toasted bread. Second time having it and still just as yummy! It makes a good light dessert or snack.


2. Some things had changed:

- They’re going to increase the prices of their menu items because their suppliers are increasing their prices.

- Studying there costs more than just 1 item now



And finally ,

3. I saw this stuck to every table:



When did Tom n Tom’s decided to play match maker?!?! hahahaha I think my friend and I were more amused than it warranted.

Only in the Chinatown/Haymarket Tom n Tom’s branch!

Anyway, as usual, it was a really good place to chill and just catch up with my friend~



Tom n Toms on Urbanspoon

Location: 750 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000 (Chinatown/Haymarket area – about 2 stores down from Bing Lee)


7:30am – midnight Mon – Fri

8:30am – midnight Sat - Sun

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52. Rustic Pearl

Located in the heart of Surry Hills aka. Crown St, Rustic Pearl served as a nice catch-up destination for my friend and I. With a Mediterranean influence, they offered some interesting menu items which were a delight to our taste buds.

Rustic Pearl Smoked wagyu beef gozleme

Bosphorous benedict Beetroot and apple salad

Location: 415 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

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51. Chinatown Friday Night Markets: Deep-Fried Oreos & Tim Tams + Skewered Twisted Potato Chips

I know, that is one big mouthful of a post title…

Believe me when I say that the Chinatown Friday Night Markets was probably one of the unlikeliest places I was going to post about – mainly because I’ve visited it many times for as long as I can remember. But alas I found a reason when I was walking through one night and discovered deep fried Oreos and Tim Tams!! To cut to the chase, they weren’t that great :( but the twisted potato chip skewers are always nice!

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Location: Dixon Street, Sydney 2000

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50. Three Williams Cafe

I haven’t been very good at posting lately :( Hoping to pick things up again!

This post on Three Williams dates back to a Saturday afternoon sometime last month but even so I’d like to share since the menu’s probably by and large the same ~ definitely visit this place for the Crunchy French Brioche Toast!!

Fish croquettes with lemon and aioli Glazed beef brisket narnie Grilled prawns narnie Eggs on toast with avacado and smoked salmon

Brioche French toast   Three Williams sign

Location: 613a Elizabeth Street, Redfern NSW 2016

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49. Toko Restaurant & Bar

I absolutely love Japanese food but sometimes visiting the same restaurants over and over again really bores the taste buds. That’s why I was so excited when my friends and I made a spontaneous visit to Toko which I had only ever heard about. And the food was amazing.

Tenaga ebi no nigiri Ebi tempura maki Go ten Yaki onigiri nasu miso zoe

Gyu niku gyoza Hone nashi tebasaki no miso butter zoe Butabuta amakara so-su to issho ni coconattu pannacotta

Location: 490 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010

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48. The Dough Collective – Handcrafted Breads

Bread’s never really been a fancy of mine. Sandwiches, sure but not bread by itself. Well, that’s until I discovered this little beauty of a bakery called The Dough Collective, specialising in handcrafted bread.


Location: 614 George Street, Sydney NSW 2000

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46. Bibim, To Mix

This will be my first proper post in over 3 months so I wanted to start off with something special. Something that excited my taste buds.

Since I just recently came back from overseas, I’m pretty strapped for cash. It was worth it but it also means I need to watch my spending for a while. So after 3 weeks of relatively conservative food-ing, I found just the thing I wanted to ‘revive’ Just Food, No Words with – Bibimbap!! :D A traditional Korean rice dish.

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Location: 169 William Street, Darlinghurst NSW 2010

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Guess Who’s Back?

Hi guys!

In case anyone cared, just wanna say: I’M BACK! from a 2.5 month graduation trip (with some settling-back-at-home-time) and now I’m eager to continue sharing my joy for food :D

Yay! So first post will hopefully be up tomorrow because I love bibimbap ;)