A few weeks ago I had some serious pizza cravings which I pushed onto a bunch of friends in the form of a suggestion over a good catch-up dinner. Lucky for me, no one minded as long as it wasn’t Criniti’s (not because it’s bad but because we’ve been too many times), so upon a friend’s recommendation we went to Made in Italy Trattoria. Located in Pyrmont, it’s a bit far from public transport but it was worth it and I’m already planning my next visit!
Location: G01/55 Miller Street, Pyrmont NSW 2009 Australia
Just over two weeks ago two friends and I decided to check out an authentic Japanese restaurant called Busshari located in Potts Point. We were all feeling a little under the weather because two of us fell victim to the cold that week while the other had her hay fever acting up, but overall it was a night of good food and good company. We ordered quite a bit between the three of us and I think the waiter was probably going ‘errrr…’ in his head as he wrote down our orders but all was G. We demolished everything but instead we stayed there for a good 3-4 hours :P The ambiance was quite nice.
Location: 119 Macleay Street, Potts Point NSW 2011 Australia (It’s about a 5 minute walk from Kings Cross Station)
On a sunny but cold Saturday afternoon in the middle of July (yeah, I’m a taaaaaad behind…), my friend and I decided to hit up The Grumpy Barista. Represented by the cutest moustache, this place that took the recent cronut craze to a whole new level by introducing cronut’s with chocolate injections! Novel, but creatively alluring.
Just going to quickly spam a few mooncake photos ;) White lotus paste with double yolk all the way <3
This photo fails to properly represent how pretty the moon is tonight but it felt like I needed a picture of the moon (or at least an attempted one) to finish off this quick post. May the moon shine particularly brightly over you all tonight :)
Also, Happy Chuseok to those in Korea and Happy Tsukimi to those in Japan!!
‘485’ -> ‘Four Ate Five’ is an ingenious play on words but who knew it was also the influence of their address on 485 Crown Street in Surry Hills?! I thought they were simply being punny but that NextLevel-ness :O So much :O Don’t mind me, I’m easily amused…
Anyway, the opportunity to visit came along when my friend and I missed out on a lot of the baked goods at the Flour Market which we painstakingly woke up ‘early’ for on the Saturday of August 2nd. We arrived and joined the line that curved around corners at around 10 and yeah, lesson learns – we need get in line about 2 hours earlier next time… That aside, Four Ate Five aptly satisfied our Saturday morning hunger.
Location: 485 Crown Street, Surry Hills NSW 2010
Hours: 7am-3:30pm Mon-Fri; 7:30pm-3:30pm Sat & 9:30am-2:30pm Sun
I can’t believe it’s September already! Springtime, YAY!! I can’t wait to get rid of all my layers. Anyways, I’ve been meaning to come here for a while now but kept having to put it off. But finally! Some friends and I managed to squeeze in a visit just before August ended~ hooraah
Cuckoo Callay is a relatively new addition to the Newtown cafe scene, conveniently located just above Newtown Station, you can’t miss it!
Location:Newtown Train Station – 324a King Street,Newtown NSW 2042
I finally managed to sift through a portion of my photos from my travels at the beginning of the year! So I decided to compile a photo diary type thing of the food I adored in Hong Kong during a 2 week trip back in Jan-Feb 2014. Wooo! Actually, I don’t know whether I should be happy when all this good food is over 7,000 km’s away…Take me back to Hong Kong!!
I’ll probably need to split these HK post up into at least two or three parts…
This little gem of a cafe was definitely worth that trek out into the suburb of Petersham. Their carrot cake is enough to bring me back many times over. Trust me, despite how plain it looks, it tastes amaaaaaaaazing!
When I eat out, I personally find it quite hard to eat healthily. That’s where Bread & Circus comes in – basing their menu around organic wholefoods, the place offers a guilt-free dining experience. Then if you’re a dessert-lover like me, pay Rosetta Stone Artisan Bakery a visit on your way out. I personally couldn’t resist.