Salt Meats Cheese-Broadway

Salt Meats Cheese is the best name ever for an Italian restaurant. They have been expanding their locations and just opened one in Cronulla. I went to the one opposite the Broadway shopping centre. I made a reservation for Saturday night but when we showed up they actually weren’t that busy. We decided to share a pizza and a pasta so that we could try both.

Salt Meats Cheese

I swear this was the Chorizo Pizza but I don’t see it on the menu anymore. It had a tomato sauce base with roasted red peppers, fior di latte and chorizo. The crust was thin with a nice chewiness to it. It was a good pizza but probably not the best I’ve ever had.  Continue reading →

Papa Do’s Chicken-Vietnamese Fusion Fried Chicken

I came across Papa Do’s Chicken on Zomato while I was browsing and noticed it was located in Cabramatta. I don’t usually go out that way so I thought it’d be a good excuse to go there and check it out. Papa Do’s is located in Dutton Lane Plaza and the restaurant was larger than I expected and very spacious. The front of the restaurant was opened up so you could people watch easily. 

Our server was super friendly and helpful! She gave us a rundown of the whole menu since it was our first time there. We went during lunch and they had some interesting looking dinner items that were not available at that time. In addition to fried chicken, they also serve brunch items like Chicken and Waffles, noodle dishes, smoothies and desserts.  Continue reading →

Boon Cafe-Pandan Desserts and Thai Food in a Grocery Store

Boon Cafe is part of the Chat Thai group and you may walk past this cafe without knowing it since it’s situated inside a grocery store. The grocery store offers some cooked items that are ready for takeaway. Unlike other cafes, Boon Cafe is also open for dinner so you can come for breakfast, lunch and dinner! In addition to Thai food, they also serve snacks, drinks and pastries (more on the Pandan desserts later!).

Boon Cafe

I was trying to order something different than the usual pad thai so I decided to go with the Padt Mee Kha-Ti which was stir fried thin rice noodles with tamarind, tofu, coconut milk, garlic chives and shredded omelette. I was surprised that the noodles were so pink! I was also expecting thicker rice noodles similar to pad thai noodles but these were really thin and more like vermicelli noodles. Portion was also on the smaller side and the flavour just tasted alright. Should’ve stuck with the pad thai!

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Bay Vista-Desserts Galore

After watching a movie at Westfield Parramatta, we went to Bay Vista for some dessert. This place was super busy on a Saturday night and there was loud music playing. You get a seat and then once you’re ready, you order at the counter. You can also help yourself to water there as well. The menu is very extensive covering everything from cakes, pancakes, waffles, crepes, ice cream and drinks.

Bay Vista Parramatta

We decided to get the Cool Ibiza ice cream bowl with mango, passionfruit and vanilla ice cream, peaches, pineapple, whipped cream, passionfruit sauce and yogurt chips.  Continue reading →

Palings Kitchen and Bar

We had a going away lunch for my co worker at Palings Kitchen and Bar. It’s located in the Ivy precinct near Wynyard station and it was my first time there. Palings is located on the first floor and the restaurant has some covered areas but the middle area is open air. Interestingly enough, the menu features western dishes as well as Thai dishes. Palings Kitchen and Bar

We started off with some Fries to share. These were perfectly crispy and the portion was huge! It came with some aioli for dipping and we devoured this in no time.  Continue reading →

Kürtosh

Kurtosh is a bakery that specializes in chimney cakes with various locations in Sydney. My boyfriend was recommended this bakery by his friend so he stopped by to pick up some treats for me at their Crows Nest location. Yay! As you can tell from the photo below, he didn’t get a chimney cake so maybe I can try that another time.

Kurtosh

I like the minimalistic box which is just the right size for the 2 slices of cake we had. At Kurtosh, the cake slabs are sold by weight.  Continue reading →

Wok N BBQ

My friend recommended we try Wok N BBQ in Burwood for Chinese BBQ. They’re located just up the block from Burwood station. I think Burwood is one of my favourite suburbs here now because they have so much Chinese food and it’s closer than going to Central for me. The restaurant was clean and tidy and we were able to get a table fairly quickly. In addition to Chinese BBQ, they also serve traditional Cantonese/HK style cafe food.
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Gami Chicken and Beer

Gami Chicken and Beer has recently opened up at Central Park mall. The restaurant had a refreshing blue themed shipping container inspired interior. It’s located on the lower level of the mall where Doughnut Time used to be and it’s quite spacious in there. I love Korean fried chicken or any fried chicken in general! Gami Chicken and Beer

We started off by ordering the Seafood Pancake. I’ve definitely had better. This one just didn’t seem like it had many ingredients and lacked the crispiness I was looking for.  Continue reading →

SaltVine-Dimmi Restaurant Month

Every year Dimmi has a special restaurant promotion in July where certain restaurants are 30-50% off! I had to take advantage of this and decided to try SaltVine for my birthday. I don’t usually eat a lot of Lebanese food so I was excited to try something different. SaltVine is located in Surry Hills and they serve tapas style dishes. Sorry some of the photos are a bit out of focus.

SaltVine

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Sun Ming-Good Cantonese BBQ

I’ve been seriously craving some Cantonese BBQ and it’s much more expensive here than in Vancouver. I used to eat roast pork at least once or twice a month! Lucky me… but it’s a different story now. I was really glad I discovered Sun Ming and it’s located right by Westfield mall in Parramatta and near the train station. It looks like your typical HK style cafe with BBQ meat that you can order at the front of the shop. No frills here.

Sun Ming Parramatta

Here we have the BBQ Pork and Roast Pork with rice ($14.80). This is probably the fastest thing you can order as the rice is already cooked and all they have to do is chop up the meat! There are also a few greens on the side to make it slightly more balance but we’re here for the meat! The BBQ pork was slightly sweet and well marbled and the roast pork was also equally well marbled and delicious. The crackling skin could’ve been a bit more crispy but it was still good considering it was the end of the day. Each piece was juicy and satisfied my BBQ cravings! Sun Ming Parramatta

Since we both wanted meat, we also had a plate of just Roast Pork with rice which costs $1 less than the combination above.

I would come back to Sun Ming again for their BBQ. I’ve been here once before actually and had some of their regular dishes like baked pork chop on rice which were pretty good as well.

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