1606 Luis de Torres – Rhodes, Sydney

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Haven’t been to Rhodes much lately (especially now that IKEA is at Tempe!) so when the kind folks at 1606 Luis de Torres invited us to visit, we didn’t hesitate on taking them up on their offer!

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Chefs Gallery Round 2 – Sydney CBD

chinese donuts

Trust Chefs Gallery to come up with some fun, crazy dishes…We were invited back for a second time to try some of their new dishes – click through to see what we ate! (Check out our first time here)

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Yardbird @ Harpoon Harry – Surry Hills, Sydney

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Nearly three years ago, JL and I first stepped into the original Yardbird in Sheung Wan, Hong Kong. It was an incredible experience, dining at the bar and checking out all the action happening around us. So when I heard Yardbird were popping up in Sydney, I was super excited and couldn’t wait to show DS what it was all about!

Shame they are only popping up for a night…but here’s what we ate.

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Chefs Gallery – Sydney CBD

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So obviously I knew about Chefs Gallery because it’s been around for ages. And I think I’d been before but don’t quite remember when or how or why, or even what the food was like. All I know is that before Cardinal Spin invited me to go, I had always thought of Chefs Gallery as a lesser cousin of Din Tai Fung where you can get dumplings but they’re better at Din Tai Fung so you might as well go there.

Turns out I was completely wrong!

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Yakitori Yurippi (Winter Menu) – Crows Nest, Sydney

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It’s been a while (I sadly realised) since I’d been to Yakitori Yurippi last. But lucky for me, Chef Tin invited us back to check out his winter menu a few weeks ago and it was truly epic. In fact, I was getting mega cravings for yakitori while preparing this post – hope you’re ready to drool!

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Maruko Gyoza – Cooking gyoza at home + Giveaway!

It was a cold, wintry AND rainy night, and DS and I had run out of food at home. What to do? The solution, we have learned, is always to have a pack of Maruko Gyoza frozen in your freezer, ready to go for these dire times. SD Marketing Global invited me to try it out, so here’s a step by step guide below – and a competition for you to enter at the bottom! Don’t forget to scroll down to the end or check out the competition details on my Facebook page.

Happy cooking!

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