Legendary iconic Australian legend-slash-icon and the world’s best singer (if memes are your thing) Shannon Noll has done a Jeff Goldblum and teamed up with Menulog to open a pop-up store in Sydney today. Based on research which shows Aussies spend more than an hour each day preparing meals instead of getting a good night’s sleep, having ‘me’ time, or even getting outdoors, the temporary Surry Hills concept store – dubbed the Menulog 25/7 Store – will open for one hour a day over the next three days with an offering that includes customers browsing “products” such as “Quality Thyme” and “BuzzPops” to reflect what they’d do if they had an extra hour in the day. ... Read More | Share it now!
Now well-established amongst Sydney’s bacon-loving diners, Cuckoo Callay’s Bacon Ooze Festival is back with an entirely new menu for the fourth consecutive year. You’ve got until the last week of June to head along to either (or both, do both) the popular café’s Newtown or Surry Hills outposts and dig into a specially created menu celebrating all things bacon, highlighting free range Australian pork in very, very playful ways.... Read More | Share it now!
After similar pop-ups in New York and Amsterdam, an avocado cafe has made Sydney it’s temporary home with designs to serve exclusively avocado creations for breakfast, lunch and dinner throughout November. Good Fat by Australian Avocados, which opens today on Crown Street in Surry Hills, is being fronted by Sydney chef Liam Crawley who has created a menu of 20 dishes based on every potential home buyer’s achilles’ heel used in various ways.... Read More | Share it now!
Following sister chain Ippudo, which now has four locations in Sydney, owners Chikaranomoto Global Holdings are planning on bringing Japan’s famous Gogyo Restaurant to Australia’s harbour city. The popular brand’s first ever restaurant is slated to open in Surry Hills by the end of the year, gutting out the former digs of Salaryman which is rumoured to be relocating somewhere closer to the harbour.... Read More | Share it now!
Shaped into Surry Hills’ 100-year-old Griffiths Teas building, the long awaited Chin Chin Sydney will finally be opening its doors to the public on Monday 2nd October. Ever since it was announced that the Melbourne dining powerhouse would be opening a Sydney iteration, Chin Chin became one of the country’s most anticipated openings. The up-scale Thai restaurant has consistently remained near the top of the list when it comes to the best restaurants in Melbourne’s CBD, ever since opening back in 2011. ... Read More | Share it now!
Constant award-winner and one of Surry Hills’ finest, nel. restaurant, is currently running a limited edition menu for all those who want an edible homage to Great Britain to eat your way through. Chef Nelly Robinson is sprinkling his characteristic creativity to pull on some childhood memories and give them little modern twists, offering guests interesting and distinctive dishes that showcase the best classic British winter flavours.... Read More | Share it now!
Teaming up with Puma for Arsenal FC’s first visit to Australia in 40 years, Surry Hills fried chicken and sneaker joint Butter has gone through a bit of a makeover, borrowing a bright shade of red from the limited edition and never released Puma Arsenal Suedes. In addition to giving away 50 pairs of the extremely rare sneaker (more on that HERE) Executive Chef Julian Cincotta has whipped up a special menu that builds on some of the diner’s signatures with a red-themed twist.... Read More | Share it now!
Butter, Sydney’s ever-popular purveyors of buttery fried chicken, have decided to tackle winter head-on with a limited edition add-on to their menu. It’s a fried chicken ramen of course, replacing your typical pork chasu with two crispy fried chicken tenders to swim around in a Tonkotsu style dashi and chicken broth alongside thin noodles, ajitsuke tamago, enoki mushrooms, green shallots, toasted white sesame seeds, bamboo shoots, nori and nau tomaki (Japanese fish cake).... Read More | Share it now!