Two years since it first opened in Sydney, Salmon & Bear has been a true gift for lovers of high-quality, accessible and sustainable seafood. Now with two locations, Zetland and Newtown, the casual seafood eatery is well-placed to complement the rise of more health-conscious dining in Sydney, as well as food trends like the now ubiquitous Poke, a trend they started championing two years ago, with them still serving some of the best Hawaiian style sushi salad bowls around.... Read More | Share it now!
Gault&Millau, the publisher of the only internationally recognised restaurant guide in Australia, have announced the winners of the fifth annual Australian awards. The winners, announced at a ceremony held in Sydney earlier this week, indicate a progressive dining scene and celebrate top achievers from all over the country.... Read More | Share it now!
Anyone who has been to Japan probably knows just how ridiculously popular Pablo is. The Osaka-born business founded by Masamitsu Sakimoto has grown over the years to include 44 stores across the country as well as 13 internationally, success which has been based on superior, consistent and addictive cheese tarts. ... Read More | Share it now!
One of the country’s biggest hospitality groups, Solotel, are putting the finishing touches on their newest venture. Coming to Brisbane’s Southbank in December will be Little Big House, a dedicated house party destination slash gastropub, shaped into a heritage listed house that dates back to 1889.... Read More | Share it now!
The Mona Vale Hotel is no more. One of Sydney’s biggest renovations of recent years is finally starting to take shape, bringing the sun-soaked suburb Park House Food & Liquor. The new, multipurpose dining and social space has been given a huge modern makeover with plans to roll out a further five-stage $12 million redevelopment in the next two years, making it a comprehensive and packed precinct with a mix of restaurants, cafe, pop-up markets, food trucks, event spaces, cocktail bars, a brew bar and outdoor enclaves.... Read More | Share it now!
Much like their super popular pop-up lolly shop last year, Allen’s Lollysmiths is a temporary store that has appeared in Sydney and Melbourne, offering one giant pick ‘n’ mix experience where sugar-enthusiasts can create custom lolly jars from just about every iteration of the brand’s famous product that has ever existed. ... Read More | Share it now!
Wake Me Up Before You Coco is the latest in a long-line of limited edition specials to pop-up at ubiquitous doughnut-slinging company Doughtnut Time. The hole-in-the-wall doughnut shops, which can be found all over Australia, have hooked up with iconic cereal brand Kelloggs to make it all happen for lovers of the chocolaty breakfast treat.... Read More | Share it now!
Next in the world of all things that are so [sometimes pronounced “sahhhh”] Melbourne: A vegan pub. Positioned on the corner of Lygon and Elgin Streets in Carlton is a new venue named Green Man’s Arms, coming from hospitality veterans and artists Alison Whyte and Fred Whitlock with a loving dedication to being completely vegan and vegetarian friendly.... Read More | Share it now!
Elwood locals may be wondering what happened to their beloved Turtle Cafe. Well, the space has been transformed into what will now be known as A Girl Called Jayne, a simple and elegant cafe that has already built up a loyal following with its use of high quality produce to deliver fresh-focused breakfast and lunch dishes that feature French, Mediterranean, and Japanese flavours.... Read More | Share it now!
Guaranteed to be one of the most talked about – and visited – openings in regional NSW for 2018 is a brand new and enormous Cellar Door complex from the legendary Brokenwood Wines. Set to feature a new cellar door, restaurant and cafe plus its own wine museum, the sprawling development will be a significant moment in the storied history that often positions Brokenwood as one of the region’s most beloved, presenting a big change from their current Cellar Door which dates all the way back to the 70’s.... Read More | Share it now!