Category Archive: Reviews

Hobart: Franks

I’ve just come back from an epic tour around Tasmania, tasting the fresh produce down there just made me appreciate that we live in such a beautiful country. Hobart is definitely a foodie’s… Continue reading

Delivery Hero: Maranello’s

TakeHi folks, long time no speak again. As an impulsive blogger, I’ve decided to start a new section on my blog today dedicated to my Delivery Hero nights. Often me and my boyfriend… Continue reading

Cheap eats: Do Dee Paidang

I’ve seen so many photos of this place on Instagram and heard great reviews about it and boy did this place not disappoint! One of the cheapest places you can eat at in… Continue reading

Cheap eats: Gia Hoi

As the first part of our cheap eats series, we’re starting off with one of the cheapest places you can eat at in Bankstown – a melting pot of cultures with Vietnamese cuisine… Continue reading

Epic Grad Trip Part 1: Singapore

Wow wow wow it has been an incredibly long time since I’ve last blogged! But finally I’m free from a tortuous 9 months in a 9-5 full time job… okay maybe tortuous seems… Continue reading

Cedrus Lebanese Restaurant

What do you think of when you think of Lebanese food? Maybe the late night kebabs, or the falafel you grab from the shop around the corner – but nope there’s a whole… Continue reading

Inlakesh living foods

There’s a whole new trend sweeping across Sydney and that’s whole living, raw, organic food. Inlakesh living foods is located in the newly opened section of Macquarie Centre, and it’s both a mini… Continue reading

Rustic Pearl

Absolutely love, love, LOVE this place! I had always seen amazing pictures of the food on Instagram and never had a chance to try it. But as the semester draws near and classes… Continue reading

Lid & Jar

I had first heard about the Lid & Jar at Rhodes and had tried the honeycomb milkshake there, and thought it was fantastic! But there was little food options there so I was… Continue reading

John Smith Cafe

I love discovering new places in Sydney, it makes me feel like a tourist in my own city. I usually go to the same local areas when I’m eating out but I’m slowly… Continue reading