Explore the Loire right here in Sydney at Bastille Festival
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by Kristen Byass
2d ago
Euro summer is upon us, but for those not making the 23-hour trek across the world this year, you can still enjoy a taste of Europe’s epicurean ways right here in Sydney. Starting today, 11th July, and running until Sunday, 14th July, Bastille Festival is popping up in Sydney, with one of France’s iconic wine regions, the Loire, putting on some very special events. Spanning 800km along the Loire River, this wine region is incredibly diverse, producing wines ranging from dry to sweet whites, fruity to structured reds, tender rosés and delicate sparkling. Festival-goers will be able to travel th ..read more
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5 Best Sydney CBD Bars
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by Kristen Byass
2M ago
If there’s one thing we love, it’s a good time. We cut our teeth exploring wineries in South Australia and working at cocktail bars in Adelaide, before heading out into the world to explore dive bars in East London and whisky distilleries in the Scottish Highlands. Needless to say, we think we’re pretty qualified when it comes to recommending a good drink. Now that we’re settled in Sydney, here are our top five Sydney bars we’ve been to time and time again for a drink.  Caterpillar Club The newest venture from much-loved hospo group Swillhouse, The Caterpillar Club opened to much hype at ..read more
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Tips for planning the perfect Mother’s Day lunch
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by Kristen Byass
2M ago
Mother’s Day is this Saturday, and what better way to treat her than with a homemade meal. Breakfast, lunch or dinner, putting in the effort to cook her favourite foods and spend time with her is something every mother would cherish. Here are some of our tips for planning the perfect meal, complete with some yummy recipes at the end. Pick a colour scheme Sticking to a colour scheme will help you set a really aesthetic table spread. Plus, it’s a great opportunity to show off how well you know your mum by using her favourite colours. We went with pink as the main colour with subtle pops of yello ..read more
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Take a one-way ticket to Tokyo with Magic Maho Bar
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by Melissa Zahorujko
2M ago
Teleporting you straight to the heart of Tokyo, Magic Maho is a special kind of bar. This pop-up is running from April through to June with an immersive experience quite unlike anything we’ve seen in Sydney. Part-show, part-bar and all magic, it’s a travelling magic show that offers a close-up look at Japanese magic, with sleight-of-hand tricks, juggling acts and impressive card games all in the mix. The neon-lit pop up bar is currently nestled at Pyrmont Bay Park by the glittering waters; it’s undoubtedly the perfect location for drinks and a show. Take your friends, take your family, take yo ..read more
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Bringing otherness to wine with The Other Wine Co.
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by Kristen Byass
2M ago
Hailing from South Australia, we’re proud to be the wine people within our group of friends in Sydney. Nothing excites us quite like a good drop paired with a delicious plate, and we’re always keen to hear what new things are going in in SA we can add to our racks. The latest excitement to fill our glasses is The Other Wine Co., a young, innovative winemaking team working out of the Shaw + Smith site in the Adelaide Hills. Led by intuitive wine man Matt Large, the brand is inquisitive and experimental, exploring new regions, different varietals and various winemaking styles. The website states ..read more
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You need to try the Vietnamese pasta at Hey Chu
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by Kristen Byass
2M ago
It’s been a while, but we’re back sharing some of our fave eateries from the vibrant Sydney restaurant scene. First up, an eclectic Vietnamese-Australian spot tucked away above a pub and a backpackers. Climb the stairs washed in street art and neon light and step into Hey Chu, a venue inspired by the fragrant food and late-night drinking culture of Vietnam. Modern Australian takes on Asian cuisines are nothing new, but you can be assured this is anything but the expected. Here you’ll find innovative creations like crispy pork cannoli and bahn knot waffles served under a ceiling peppered with h ..read more
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Iconic Adelaide restaurant T-Chow reopens after stylish refurb
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by Kristen Byass
2M ago
T-Chow is an absolute Adelaide institution, and one I’ve spent many fun nights at. The venue and it’s accompanying Chinese menu are a source of great comfort for me, reminding me of hospo Christmas parties, the beginning of late nights out on Hindley Street and a source of nourishment after said big nights. T-Chow has been serving the people of Adelaide for 25 years, and after bouncing from success to success, has just reopened after an exciting renovation. Still at the same beloved location nestled in the heart of Chinatown, the renovation includes updates to the main dining room and the addi ..read more
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Spice up your life with the new Hot Toddy sauce range
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by Kristen Byass
2M ago
I love myself a good hot sauce. In fact, I usually keep a bottle in my work desk at all times, just to save me from any bland lunchtime food that may come my way. MasterChef alumni Sarah Todd and her brother Matt Todd have just released their own line of hot sauces, aptly named Hot Toddy, and you can bet I was excited to get my hands on some of those. Influenced by their travels, the range of hot sauces uses flavours found in cuisines like Indian, Japanese, Thai and even Australian. The level of heat spans from a cool Kashmiri Tomato, made from a blend of tomato, garlic and Kashmiri chilli, al ..read more
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Experience exceptional storytelling and Indian cuisine at Foreign Return
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by Melissa Zahorujko
2M ago
If you haven’t been to Foreign Return yet, you really ought to. Everything about this Surry Hills restaurant had me in awe. From the moment I stepped into Foreign Return, I was greeted with warm and attentive customer service, backed up by a beautifully decorated interior and homely atmosphere. The two-level eatery has a vintage edge to its design. On one wall, brass-framed mirrors, grandfather clocks and antique phones fill up every nook of space. On another, a mesmerising mural stretches from one end to the next. Every detail is meticulously curated, and that doesn’t stop at the decor. When ..read more
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Indulging in a $400 Kaiseki experience at Oborozuki
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by Kristen Byass
2M ago
Over the years, we’ve been lucky enough to dine at some pretty impressive establishments, and Oborozuki is definitely up there amongst the best of the best. A stunning new venue overlooking the water at Circular Quay, Oborozuki offers Sydney the opportunity to experience one of the world’s finest culinary experiences, kaiseki.  A truly elevated experience, this Japanese haute cuisine tradition dates back 600 years, originally being served as a light meal prior to a tea ceremony. While the tradition has adapted and evolved over the years, the core philosophies of locality, seasonality and ..read more
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