It’s a Wednesday night, and there’s a steady stream of couples, families and singles coming in to Korn Home Thai in Crows Nest for a well-earned hump day meal (and quite a few grabbing takeaway too).
As its name suggests, the restaurant is all about creating a homely place to enjoy some authentic Thai favourites. Read More
If there's one place in Sydney to go to for yakiniku (or as it's commonly referred to, Japanese BBQ), it's Rengaya in North Sydney. Having been open since 1993, it was the first authentic Japanese BBQ restaurant to open in Australia, and has since been an iconic destination for meat and seafood lovers alike. Read More
Sushi train... sushi-go-round... kaiten-zushi... whatever you like to call it, we're all familiar with the wonderful concept of sitting in front of a conveyer belt, watching plates of sushi pass before our hungry eyes, and picking off the ones that look the best before someone else down the line gets a chance. If I could sit at a sushi train instead of waiting at the baggage carousel for my suitcase every time I took a flight, I'd be a happy man - it's far more delicious and much less likely to result in me having to invoke my travel insurance to buy a new pair of socks and a new toothbrush! Read More
Ripples is one of those Sydney institutions that is well renowned for providing quality food at reasonable prices, topped off with an amazing view. So needless to say I was happy to receive a Ripples gift voucher for Christmas last year!
Located at Middle Head at the end of Chowder Bay Road, Ripples Chowder Bay is one of two Ripples restaurants owned and run by the Sydney Restaurant Group, which boasts a strong portfolio of restaurants including Aqua Dining, Ormeggio at the Spit, LuMi Bar & Dining, and Ripples Milsons Point. As with many of its other venues, the Chowder Bay restaurant is right on the water and provides a stunning backdrop for your meal. Read More