A look inside Tramsheds Harold Park: what to eat and drink at the new Sydney destination

The intersection of Glebe and Annandale, at the Northern End of the Harold Park development is where Sydneysiders will find that the historic 1904 Rozelle Tram Depot has been gutted, restored, and turned into an impressively slick European-style dining hall. It’s part of a huge redevelopment of the area by Mirvac, and one of the most anticipated elements of the ‘new’ Sydney this year; it’s finally ready to be unveiled to the public from tomorrow, Thursday 22nd September.... Read More | Share it now!

Food Truck Park plans three-day fried chicken festival for November (Melbourne)

From Roadrunner Fried Chicken to Korean Fried Chicken Truck, there are plenty of mobile food vendors in Melbourne who dabble heavily in the art of fried chook. It’s about time some grease-loving geniuses rounded all those trucks together for one very big, super crispy festival. The folks behind Preston’s The Food Truck Park are those geniuses, and they have promised to bring together the city’s “cluckiest trucks” for their inaugural Big Chicken Festival.... Read More | Share it now!

The Grounds of Alexandria are opening a new site on the lower north shore (Sydney)

It’s the dining oasis hidden in Alexandria that has pretty much become a suburb of its own. The Grounds of Alexandria remains one of the brightest beating hearts of Sydney’s cultural scene, consistently attracting sizable crowds of all-ages to play around in the garden, relax in the atrium, and make pig noises at heavy-set superstar Kevin Bacon. In recent years the property has expanded to include the leafy Potting Shed and super secret bar The Lock-In, now they are prepping an expansion of a different kind.... Read More | Share it now!

Time Out Melbourne Food Awards 2016 winners announced

As award season for the Australian food scene continues, the Time Out Melbourne Food Awards have announced who they have celebrated above all others this year. Melbourne’s best restaurants, cafes, and food trucks have been named across 14 different categories, exploring all levels of dining in the world’s most liveable city to arrive at the names which have been killing it for the past 12 months. ... Read More | Share it now!

The Streets of Barangaroo: here’s what to expect from the waterfront precinct (Sydney)

With the successful Wulugul Pop Up at Barangaroo winding down in August everything seems to be moving into place for The Streets of Barangaroo to truly spring to life. Over the next few months Sydney is going to start to see the permanent bars, restaurants, and retailers who will making up the character of this monstrously large development, and whether or not it becomes the destination it was designed to be will depend on those businesses lining the sparkling waterfront of the Wulugul Walk, already a sight that has become synonymous with the ‘new’ face of Sydney. ... Read More | Share it now!

Review: Weekend High Tea Buffet, Sheraton on the Park – CBD (Sydney)

After improving the design of their lobby-level dining space The Gallery, luxe Sydney hotel Sheraton on the Park have flipped the ‘on’ switch to their new afternoon high tea experience, a decadent buffet-style approach to the elegant tradition. There aren’t many high tea offerings around Sydney which allow you access to a buffet, so this one is of particular interest, especially since the traditional approach is notoriously light on food. ... Read More | Share it now!

The Bucket List readies summer menu with poke and frosé (Sydney)

Now in its fifth year, Bondi staple The Bucket List is ready to once again take on the season it was built for, edging into spring with a new menu that’s been put together with those beaming beach-side days in mind. The colourful venue has become well-known as a primary choice for locals and visiting celebrities, a reputation that would have surely died had it not been for the refreshing approach to good quality food and drink in-line with the locale. ... Read More | Share it now!

Review: 360 Dining’s Wine Club – CBD (Sydney)

Could these be the best value wine dinners in Sydney? One would sure be hard-pressed finding one that combines the atmosphere and value like 360 Bar & Dining do with their “360 Wine Club” events. There are plenty of wine dinner series across the city but not many similarly priced events have quite the scope or altitude as this one, perched 305m above the streets of Sydney on 360 Dining’s private floor.... Read More | Share it now!