The Governor’s Table

With winter having well and truly arrived early for Sydney, there is really nothing better than comfort food. Yesterday evening my brother-in-law made the most beautiful pappardelle bolognese, with thick ribbons of hand-made fresh pasta. His first ever attempt no less, and cooked perfectly al dente. I’ve personally only attempted to make pasta once for…

Russell Wine Bar

It was a miserably wet and rainy evening. And not even the normal type of rain, but the rain where there’s a slight breeze that blows it sideways so that no matter how you try and stay sheltered under your umbrella, at the very least the lower half of you is guaranteed to be drenched….

Selah

For those who are regular followers of the blog, you will know that I’ve already reviewed this restaurant on two occasions: my first visit back in May 2012, and then a slightly more recent diner in March this year. Both meals were absolute highlights for me and I dearly love the venue. Tucked away a…

Selah

It was a cold, blustery Sydney evening and Persian Princess and I were on the search for somewhere to eat around Circular Quay. Our original place of choice was a little too crowded and noisy for our taste, and so I suggested a long-time favourite of mine, Selah, tucked away just down the street from…

Cruise Bar & Restaurant

Who’s been to see the Vivid light festival this year? Would you believe that this was actually the first time I’ve ever been since the festival has started? Circular Quay was packed to the brim full of people, as the Museum of Contemporary Art was doing a light show on the front of the gallery….

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…