Dinner with Marley Spoon: Lamb Polpette

I had a bit of a meltdown a couple of months ago. One evening at home – I can’t remember if it was in the kitchen or snuggled up on the sofa watching Netflix – but in any case it was after dinner, I asked Night Owl that age-old question of “What would you like for dinner tomorrow night?”…

Kent Street Kitchen @ The Langham

I had heard through the grapevine a few years ago back in 2012 of the Langham Hospitality Group acquiring The Observatory Hotel; that little spot located on Kent Street at Millers Point. It was only late last year in December that the international hospitality giant completed their thirty million dollar makeover, which includes the new Kent…

Slow-cooked lamb pasta with basil pesto

It took me some time to be introduced to the pleasures of eating lamb. Growing up in a Taiwanese household, lamb is not a regular ingredient in traditional Taiwanese cuisine; pork and chicken are more common. My first taste of lamb wasn’t particularly pleasant either – a tough and rather pungent-tasting roast at my Year…

Just Pure Bistro

With great power comes responsibility. And with my brand-spanking-new Entertainment Book for 2013-2014, it was time to break it in a little with an upcoming craving for something a little bit fancy a bit later during the working week. I had heard some good things about Just Pure Bistro (JPB) in Market Street’s Swissotel, and…