Category Archive: food

Review: The Rocks Aroma Festival

There were over 60 stalls of coffee roasters, herbal teas and heart-warming cocoa, hand-made sweets and gourmet savouries.

What’s happening in Brisbane this Autumn

Here’s a heads-up on the stuff you don’t want to miss if you’re heading to Brisbane in April or May, along with a tip on where to stay.

March into Merivale brings Guilty Pleasures

Heads-up Sydney food-lovers! March into Merivale, the annual food and wine festival, returns for the eighth incredible year next month and promises to be a feast for all the senses. Inspired by some seriously decadent and… Read More

Summer at the Star’s Sky Terrace

Sydneytown! Summer is upon us! Get ready for late nights out, post-work drinkies and, of course Sydney Festival. There aren’t many better places at this time of year. When considering your January movements, you… Read More

The Time Out Sydney Bar Award winners are…

We headed to the Time Out Sydney Bar Awards at Sky Terrace at The Star on a sun-drenched Sunday afternoon to discover who is the creme-de-le creme of the city’s drinking spots. Here’s what… Read More

The Gantry launches a new summer menu

Sydney venue, The Gantry Restaurant & Bar, has just unleashed a new concept summer menu which has got our mouths well and truly watering. New executive chef, Joel Bickford, champions flavours of market fresh produce and… Read More

Review: Foodies – The Culinary Jetset

As someone who attends numerous food-related events, I understand exactly what a serious business food blogging is. They way bloggers perfectly line-up their photographs of the culinary delights before them, it’s clear the aesthetic… Read More

Food review: Los Vida Barangaroo

Los Vida, the popular Sydney-based Mexican eatery, has just opened at Barangaroo’s waterfront food hub, so we thought we’d better check it out. Our Editor Bobby selflessly put his hand up for a free… Read More

Truffle hunting; Digging for Black Gold

Dusty the dog darts around the bases of the hazelnut and oak trees, sniffing the earth frantically. ‘Show me the truffle Dusty, show me the truffle,’ her master affectionately instructs. Our group eagerly… Read More

Pier One’s Delicious Destinations Festival

Hey Sydneysiders. Do you enjoy fantastic views, delicious seasonal produce, live entertainment and dogs? If you don’t, then feel free to go back to your moribund existence. There is nothing for you here. However,… Read More

Let’s talk about the Silent Dinner Party

Shhh! Sydney Fringe Festival is holding a Silent Dinner Party as its keynote closing event on September 26th at Marrickville Town Hall, (heads-up, bookings close Monday September 21st). Oliver Heath speaks to Honi Ryan… Read More

Cheers Mate! A visit to Batch Brewing Co

If you haven’t heard, microbreweries are all the rage right now. Yes, while craft beer has been a long-established tradition, it is gaining more popularity. Today it is a distinguishing factor in taking… Read More