Cuckoo Callay’s super indulgent bacon festival is back (Sydney)

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!

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!

Priscillas is the new veg-first restaurant and bar at The Imperial Erskineville (Sydney)

Inner-west icon The Imperial Erskineville has been making a hell of a lot of noise since its recent re-launch following an eight-month $6 million redevelopment. Now the venue’s owners are ready to unveil the venue’s resident restaurant, Priscillas, which combines live entertainment with a fabulous “Drag & Dine” concept and food that focuses on a dedicated ceviche bar and a plant-based menu. ... Read More | Share it now!

Original superstar bartending team from Eau di Vie to return for one night only (Sydney)

Sydney cocktail lovers are going to want to head along to Eau de Vie on Sunday 29th April because for one night only, the super stylish small bar will be getting the original bartending team back together in collaboration with The House of Angostura. For those not familiar with the bar’s storied history, that means former EDV Head Bartender Max Greco will be joining other Eu de Vie alum like Luke Redington and Dan Gregory, the Australian Brand Ambassador for Angostura, for a special menu that includes plenty of different Angostura cocktails on offer.... Read More | Share it now!

Alcohol Delivery service Tipple has officially launched in Sydney

Alcohol delivery service Tipple has now launched in Sydney, heading on up coast after great success in Melbourne with an unsurprisingly positive response to the on-demand alcohol delivery service. With plans for rapid expansion throughout the city, Tipple has initially targeted the inner-west and inner-city suburbs including the CBD, Annandale, Enmore, Alexandria, Darlington, Paddington, Surry Hills, Darlinghurst, Potts Point and others.... Read More | Share it now!

Renowned British Chef Alastair Little is opening a pop up restaurant with Merivale (Sydney)

From 23rd until later 2018 Merivale will be hosting a special collaboration pop-up restaurant with renowned British chef Alastair Little on the first floor of Hotel CBD in Sydney. Dubbed Little Bistro the new restaurant will take guests on a journey that typifies Little’s storied career with a short, seasonal menu defined by simplicity and good taste.... Read More | Share it now!

Neil Perry to debut Burger Project Black Label with premium burgers in Sydney

Neil Perry and Rockpool Dining Group are taking a huge step for their beloved Burger Project with the launch of the very first Burger Project Black Label, an expression of the burger chain which is – as you can tell from the name – a much more premium version of the concept. To give you an idea of what to expect from the new Sydney restaurant, Perry is putting his famous Rockpool Bar & Grill Wagyu Burger on the menu, paying homage to the origins of Burger Project.... 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!