Here for a limited time only, Noma Australia is one amazing experience. Everything from the service, to the food, it won’t be a meal I’ll be forgetting any time soon.
Situated in the very fancy food court of the Sydney Westfield shopping centre, Charlie & Co. had been on my list since I first saw food bloggers flocking to it. Closer to my trip I was warned that it wasn’t all that good, but I still had to try it anyway. The Wagyu & Co.
Hamsley and I ended to Boon after a big breakie at Bills, since it was practically around the corner. I anticipated to just buy some chocolates and take them away for later consumption, but Hamsley proclaimed “I’m going to try something small everywhere we go!”….. this was music to my food blogger ears. I couldn’t
Let’s start from the beginning of the Sydney feast trip; Bills in Darlinghurst. Simon recommended we hit up the Darlinghurst cafe instead of the Surry Hills cafe as it has a better atmosphere. The Surry Hills cafe was closer to our accomodation, but we trekked a little further as to follow a local’s advice. By
The newly opened ‘MidCity Style Space’, and home to Australia’s best selection of high street brands, embraces the ‘Fashion’s Night Out’ event (as hosted by VOGUE Australia) with leading pâtissier, Adriano Zumbo, taking centre stage to build a stunningtower of this most fashionable of sweet treats, the macaron. Commencing at 5PM on Thursday 9 September
I was lucky enough to score tickets to last year’s show in Melbourne, and this year it is been held up in Sydney. Thanks to Polkadot PR, I’m happy to offer 2 double passes to two lucky Sydneyside readers for them to go and enjoy themselves. There’s something for everyone at this year’s event at