Archive for Category: "FEELING PECKISH?"

Chinese Noodle House | Haymarket, Sydney

Chinese Noodle House | Haymarket, Sydney

Do you remember the Seinfeld ‘Soup Nazi’ episode? The one where hungry patrons queued up willingly to be abused by a shop owner, just so they could get a bowl of mouth-watering soup? Well, diners can now experience this bittersweet thrill firsthand at Sydney’s Chinese Noodle House.

Fatima’s Lebanese Restaurant | Surry Hills, Sydney

Fatima’s Lebanese Restaurant | Surry Hills, Sydney

Us highfalutin Darlinghurst/Surry Hills types have it all: bars, clubs, fancy gourmet grocers, you name it. But you know what we don’t get much of? Honest to goodness, authentic fare. Until, that is, you stumble upon Fatima’s on one of the inner east’s most unlikely restaurant streets.

Lucio Pizzeria

There’s a rustic charm about this place that only comes from wood and smoke, but this charm’s not the reason that Lucio Pizzeria is always humming. This is the destination for pizzaphiles all over the city, and no wonder. Naples-born Lucio de Falco keeps the wood-fires burning, using fully developed yeast and proper Neapolitan ingredients [...]

The Grounds of Alexandria | Alexandria, Sydney

The Grounds of Alexandria | Alexandria, Sydney

The Titanic of cafes Smack bang in the middle of Sydney’s industrial heartlands, in the shadow of Australia’s biggest airport, lies one of this city’s best new cafes. But to call the Grounds of Alexandria a cafe is like calling the Titanic a dinghy. No, dear friends, it is so much more than just a [...]

Formaggi Ocello | Surry Hills, Sydney

Formaggi Ocello | Surry Hills, Sydney

From humble beginnings with a single goats cheese at a farmers’ market, Formaggi Ocello has grown and grown and grown. At the store in Surry Hills, you will face an interesting dilemma: get in, buy the cheese for that party and get out, or linger with a glass of wine and a tailored-toyour-palate cheese platter and watch the world go by? Our suggestion: do both.