Belles Hot Chicken opens in Darling Square with bottomless weekend brunches (Sydney)

As of this week, Belles glorious mouth burning really f*ckin hot chicken will be accessible from a third location at Darling Square in Sydney, rounding out its sixth site nationwide and cementing its ridiculous popularity amongst Sydneysiders. Head founder and chef Morgan McGlone has negotiated a few more tremendous collaborations for this launch (the last being a tasty Malaysian sandwich deal with PapaRich) including a natural wine label ‘Little Darling’, a reformulated Bloody Mary recipe and a two hour bottomless brunch.... Read More | Share it now!

Paper Bird channels Korean, Japanese and Chinese flavours into a new weekend brunch menu (Sydney)

Rising Potts Point favourite Paper Bird has brought back their popular contemporary East-Asian weekend brunch menu this past weekend, launching a series of new dishes complemented by extended opening hours for locals and visitors who really want to sink their teeth into the modern interpretations of Korean, Chinese and Japanese flavours. From 10am to 3pm every Saturday and Sunday, chefs and co-owners Ben Sears and Eun Hee An will lead a menu that includes the likes of pork katsu sando, pipis with miso butter and rye toast, XO arancini, and crab wantons with chilli and black vinegar.... Read More | Share it now!

Sydney is getting a boozy Harry Potter themed brunch in April

Coming to a hushed located in the CBD this April will be a huge Harry Potter themed bottomless brunch, set up like a Hogwarts dining room with unlimited butter beer and other specially created drinks. That’s the promise with The Wizard Brunch, announced today, well in advance (because of course tickets are going to fly), with designs on throwing the biggest (and probably best) themed brunch the city has seen.... Read More | Share it now!

The 8 best cafes in Singapore worth skipping hawker stalls for

Singapore might be known for its South East Asian street food and buzzing hawker centres, but it also has a thriving café culture well worth exploring. Visitors to the lively city can expect to see familiar faces on the menu like avocado on toast and interpretations of the good ol’ big breakfast, but keep an eye out for items inspired by the local cuisine. Here are eight cafes that are changing the brunch scene while still incorporating some quintessentially Singaporean flavours into their menu.... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Everyday Espresso brings unconventional brunch to Redfern (Sydney)

Some weekends you’re awake by 7.30 am, have had a run and a kale smoothie by 9 and you’re now ready for a productive day of adventuring. Other weekends, it’s a struggle to remember what happened the night before through the haze of  the world’s best (or worst) hangover and you’re praying Deliveroo does McDonald’s delivery to your suburb. Everyday Espresso, Redfern’s newest cafe haunt embodies this duality of the average Sydneysider’s day to night lifestyle. While some cafes have taken the down and dirty road and others, the pathway to enlightenment with appropriately ‘light’ and healthy food, Tomislav Martinovic and Justin Stevenson pose the question, ‘Why can’t we have both?’... Read More | Share it now!

Sydney’s got a luxe new weekend brunch filled with French champagne and mimosas

Making excellent use of their gorgeous The Cortile dining space, InterContinental Sydney have just launched a “buffet marketplace” brunch to take place every weekend for hotel guests and local visitors. “Brunch at The Cortile”, which kicked on on Saturday 23rd September, will be a special offering from the high-end hotel, tempting guests with a refined dining experience that features the season’s freshest ingredients with house-made signatures, contemporary favourites and, drinks like French champagne, mimosas and bloody marys. ... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Barista and Cook (Lunch Menu) – Waterloo (Sydney)

A dazzling, light-filled open warehouse space fitted out with bright colours, hanging greens, and a playful mish-mash of tables, booths, and stools lined up to look out over Bourke Street: Barista and Cook couldn’t have come at a more opportune time for Waterloo, an area buzzing with new apartments. Opening earlier this year, the new coffee brewer and eatery has a fresh, attractive industrial look and an energetic approach to the local cafe culture, with the team clearly determined to jet to the forefront of Sydney’s high standards for breakfast and brunch spots. It has turned into a bit of a destination not just for locals but those from all over Sydney seeking out a good, social feast for brunch.... Read More | Share it now!