8 MUST TRY FOODS IN SYDNEY before you leave.
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Sydney on a Budget – $50 for a whole day
Moo’ed Ice-cream in Gordon serves up unique Asian inspired flavors that help you beat the summer heat.
Mikazuki is a casual modern Japanese eatery with 4 locations in Sydney.
Dinner at Hubert
Hubert in CBD Sydney is one of my favourite French restaurant in the city. Here’s my latest dining experience with them.
Fuji Bakery in Sydney’s Killarney Heights
Fuji Bakery is the OG of Japanese bakeries in Sydney. They’ve been making fresh baked goods since the mid 80’s.
Oborozuki Kaiseki Review
Oborozuki is a new fine dining experience to hit Sydney with it’s Kaiseki menu and private teppanyaki rooms.
Ni Hao Bar – Sydney’s Nightlife spots
Sydney’s nightlife isn’t exactly famous internationally, but things are changing and Ni Hao Bar is serving fun times.
Temasek has the best Laksa in Sydney
Temasek has won awards for their authentic Malaysian flavors, and they consistently draw in a loyal following because of it.
Nomidokoro Indigo – Sydney Sake Bar
Nomidokora Indigo is a cozy sake bar serving delicious bar food, sake and vibes.
Sydney’s cheapest Omakase?
Gou Sushi is a small sushi restaurant right opposite central with a little known omakase dining option for a great price.