Ice cream brand Streets have been real busy in Sydney as of late. They’ve already brought us the world’s best jumping castle and now it seems they want to let loose an actual samurai in Wynyard Park this Thursday. As part of a state-wide tour for their Fruttare truck, Streets have trained up a Fruttare Samurai, three-time Australian Martian Arts champ Andy Trieu, who will be showing off his fruit slicing skills this week. ... Read More | Share it now!
Sydney brand Piccolo Me are known for their indulgent savoury and sweet creations, delivering everything from Nerdtella Bombs to Cheeseburger Crossaints. They are best known for their playful, quirky creations and reliable cups of coffee, but now they are looking to be recognised for one of the country’s most ridiculously over-the-top, and highly tempting, desserts: The Fried Maltella. ... Read More | Share it now!
Westfield Sydney will celebrate the start of the Chinese (or Lunar) New Year, the Year of the Monkey, by hosting a range of in-centre activities. From 28th January onwards, shoppers and visitors alike will be able to get a taste of Chinese culture by participating in beautiful events such as the Chinese Calligraphy demonstration or the Tea-Tasting events, or even something as fun as the Dumpling Eating Contest!... Read More | Share it now!
Orange F.O.O.D (Food or Orange District) week is celebrating 25 years in 2016, making in Australia’s longest running regional food festival, once again paying homage to the substantial food and culture scene of the renowned New South Wale’s region. From 8th to 17th of April, the ten-day festival will bring a diverse program to the Central West region of NSW, once again contributing significantly to the state’s regional tourism economy and showcasing local produce across six signature events as well as more than 90 pop-up events hosted by local restaurants, cafes, caterers, and cellar doors.... Read More | Share it now!
Sydney is nothing without its adventures in dining, and Sydney’s Eastern Suburbs, Bondi Beach to be exact, will be the site of the first dining project and experience, in a series of events designed to take Sydneysiders on a range of dining journeys, showcasing the beauty of Sydney in each season. Aptly named A Moveable Feast, the first event will be a bittersweet farewell to summer, and will see guests revelling in a celebration of exceptional food, champagne and wine, alongside a selection of curated entertainment. The event will take place on Saturday, 12th March on the sands of Bondi Beach. Entry into the event will commence from 6:30pm, and the night will end at 11pm. ... Read More | Share it now!
Last year, fast food giant McDonald’s Australia started pushing exclusive 500ml bottles of their famous Big Mac Special Sauce to a selected few across the country, with the rest of the public able to get their hands on 25ml tubs from national outlets. But that was last year. In 2016, McDonald’s are taking the ‘exclusive’ label off of the popular product and adding them to the Macca’s menu, meaning anyone can purchase these highly sought after 500ml bottles from selected McDonald’s restaurants in Australia.... Read More | Share it now!
Thredbo may be an unbeatable town in winter, but its summers are not to be sniffed at, either. This season, along with their current schedule of summer events, they’ll also be hosting Wanderlust, one of the planet’s most popular yoga and mindfulness festivals. From 18th February, Wanderlust will feature 4 days of activities and art, including Meditation and yoga workshops, hula hooping, slack lining and inspirational talks, as well as some live music from the likes of Xavier Rudd & The United Nations. ... Read More | Share it now!
Award winning South-East Asian restaurant Red Spice Road has reopened following stage one of their $1 million renovation, bringing some major changes to the look and feel of the restaurant with updated furnishings, new look interior and exterior, a new kitchen, and a brand new menu. The centrally located Melbourne dining experience recently picked up the People’s Choice Award from The Age Good Food Guide 2016, and are looking to maintain that reputation with their latest menu, which has retained signature dishes while introducing new flavours and styles.... Read More | Share it now!
Since Saké Double Bay opened its doors, it has been awarded one Chef’s Hat in 2015 Good Food Guide awards, been called Australia’s Best Japanese Restaurant and has received rave reviews. This year marks its first birthday, with a birthday celebration to be held on Wednesday, 27 January at 7pm. It’s also an important occasion for new Executive Chef Wayne Brown (formerly of Saké Hamer Hall in Melbourne), who will showcase a truly spectacular menu for the event. ... Read More | Share it now!