City Archive

Ruby’s Diner – Waverley

Welcome Thursday night…today is one of the last nights I will have sleeping in my own bed for a while.  The next three weeks are full of three very exciting trips: 1. I leave tomorrow night to fly to Brisbane for #EDB14 – Eat, Drink Food Bloggers Conference. Bring on meeting fellow food bloggers, talking […]

Coogee Pavilion – Coogee Beach

Now that summer is only a season away, it is time to make the most of the good weather..& this is exactly what we did last Monday. All of a sudden, out of the dreary rain, we were welcomed with a beautiful day, which could only be spent by the water. Chucking on a skirt […]

Nomad – Surry Hills

Another weekend has come and gone, but thankfully this one has welcomed us into SPRING! I am so excited for the weather to start heating up, for the fruits of summer to grow and the smell of sunscreen and salt water to fill my weekends. I have a really busy few weeks ahead so I […]

Le Relais de l’Entrecôte – Saint Germain – Paris

Le Relais de l’Entrecôte is a bit of an institution in Paris. Having first visited back in 2010, I made sure that we went for dinner on this trip, as it was the perfect spot for a fulfilling meal of Steak Frites (steak and fries), served in a traditional French maid type of setting. There […]

The Boathouse – Palm Beach

Happy Saturday lovelies!! I have a quick post with some smile-happy pictures today. Two weeks ago we headed up to Palm Beach on a sunny Sunday. We stopped for lunch at the Boathouse, which I have blogged about previously, but from the Boathouse in Balmoral Beach. Having the same owners, the overall concept is the […]

Dulcis Domus – Broadway, Ultimo

When the weather is cool, and you want comfort food, there is nothing better then a big bowl of pasta or pizza straight out of the oven. Being the end of the week, and a cold Friday night, we headed to dinner at Dulcis Domus at Broadway. Situated right across from the UTS Tower Building, […]

Cornersmith – Marrickville

Cornersmith had been on the My Kiki Cake Bucket List for quite some time, but being that little bit further away from home, we kept putting it off to go visit. One Sunday, we planned in advance that we would head there for breakfast, and I’m glad we did. Not only was it nice to […]

Paris – Food & Travel Diary – Deux

Howdy! It has been a long time coming since my last post, sorry for being so quiet. Of course, the eating during this period has not slowed down, just my ability to find an hour to blog has been the issue. I am currently sitting in front of the heater, with hot tea and a […]

Hunter Valley – NSW – Food & Travel Diary

This time two weeks ago, I had just come back from our quick, one night trip to the Hunter Valley. I had never been before and thought we should make the most of the weekend and get out of Sydney. We left early on Sunday morning, with the drive taking about two and a half […]

Notre Dame Cathedral – Paris

Stuck in Sydney whilst the rest of your Facebook friends are off travelling Europe? Not to worry, we are all in the same boat. I must admit, I am jealous, even envious. But I can’t complain, I’ve had my fair share of travelling and know that another trip is always around the corner (I have […]

The Potting Shed at The Grounds – Alexandria

On the weekend, there is nothing that I enjoy more than brunch or lunch at one of Sydney’s wonderful cafés or restaurants. In recent years, there has been an abundance of new places opening that have put many small and local suburbs on the food eating grid. I’m talking about the likes of Cornersmith in […]

Popolo – Rushcutters Bay

On a sunny Sunday a few weeks back, we made am impromptu visit to Popolo in Rushcutters Bay. Having heard many good things, we were both in the mood for a beautiful Italian inspired lunch (in other words we wanted pasta!). I don’t know if it is just luck, but so far our winter has […]

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