Bishop Sessa

I don’t know if this is the case for anyone else, but I think it’s alarming how quickly romantic nights out become a thing of the past when you move in and settle down with your significant other. If you both have 9-5 jobs, you develop a routine incredibly quickly: the morning ritual of getting…

The Flynn

According to the wise words of Wikipedia, Errol Leslie Thomson Flynn was an Australian actor, known for his romantic swashbuckler-style roles in Hollywood films and his playboy lifestyle. In 1935 he was married to French-born actress Lili Damita (who was one very stunningly gorgeous lady; look her up if you have the time), before they…

Le Pub

I may have mentioned this previously, but I’m not really a huge fan of the fine dining scene. Sydney is yet to live up to the calibre of international customer service, whether it be in retail or dining. For me, as fine dining is as much about the service and atmosphere as it is the…

Café Lyon

I still remember the ripple of discussion that swept through the mid-North Shore when the old Food & Plonk premises had been bought out and the notices outside the restaurant proclaimed that a European-style bistro would be opening. It was seemingly out of place with the various casual Thai restaurants and chicken shops lining the…

Chelsea Hotel

Eeek I have been so behind in my posts. Apologies, guys. After this one I’ve just got another quinoa salad recipe to post up, and I’ll be baking later this afternoon…..wow, it just never stops, does it?? 🙂 Anyway, this post is a review from last weekend where Blondie and I went to Chatswood to see…

Selah

I have a friend who I used to study law with and has since transferred to another uni to complete her studies, but we always make sure we catch up regularly…over food. Sadly, our mutual love of food was only discovered when we parted, but upon realising this, there has been much exploration made in…