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Sometimes it seems that the primary function of mainstream Sydney food news providers is either to build hype for new restaurant openings, or to lament a long list of restaurants that are about to close, so I was excited to learn that our local favourite, Restaurant Atelier, was celebrating its ten year anniversary this April. […]

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Writing an end/beginning of year blog post seems to be either required, or derided as an easy post. Given its been so long since I’ve written a blog post, I don’t think the charge of ‘too easy’ should stand here, and furthermore its been my first …

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An impulsive house move and busy times at work have left me little time for blogging recently, but it’s not quite stopped us running around Sydney. Birthdays and the whirlwind of time that’s passed in the year since we arrived here gave us a great…

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District Dining had long been on my Sydney dining hit list, but circumstances conspired to keep me away until last weekend, when a reservation was secured and the much discussed crispy pigs’ ears finally emerged over the horizon. So, was it worth …

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Newtown might be known for the endless rows of cheap and cheerful Thai restaurants hawking their $7 lunch deals, but just off King Street is well established Inner West fine dining gem Oscillate Wildly. With an irresistible name, I had long been l…

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These days Marrickville is certainly worth a battle with public transport to sample some outstanding cafes. This weekend, in conjunction with a mission to pick up some meat from Urban Food Market just down the road, we stopped by at Double Roaster…

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I’d pretty much decided to write this review with the conclusion that the food is so bad, it’s brilliant. With expansive tartan, deep fried almost everything, and Irn Bru to wash it all down, the Abercrombie pub certainly lives up, or down, to the…

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