Bourke Street Bakery – Surry Hills

Bourke Street bakery sits at the corner of Devonshire and Bourke Street of course. Nestled among a quaint residential neighbourhood of Surry Hills, this bakery is bustling with people stopping by to pick up their breakfast on the way to work or enjoying their coffee with fresh sourdough under the canopy of London Plane trees. … Continue reading

Harry’s Cafe de Wheels

Happy Australia Day! What a better way to kick off this adventure with an Aussie icon. Harry’s Café de Wheels is a Sydney institution that started near the gates of Woolloomooloo Naval Yard in 1938. It has grown among the people of Sydney through the ages to become an icon being featured in numerous television … Continue reading

Black Star Pastry – Newtown

Set within the kaleidoscope of culture, music, art, people and food that is the little bohemian town of Newtown, Black Star Pastry does a tango on your palate. They are able to satisfy that breakfast fix, an afternoon grab and those lazy weekend delights. On offers are the traditional breads, their version of French pastry, … Continue reading

Gumshara – Traditional Japanese Ramen

Tucked in a food court at Chinatown’s Harbour Plaza lies one of the city’s best traditional Japanese Ramen. When they tell you not to  judge a book by its cover, this is an awesome example. In the most discerning depths of a very Asian style food court, Eating World, a humble stall stands  the end  … Continue reading

Emperor’s Garden Bakery Cakes – Haymarket

Oh yes I found it…walking along the streets of Haymarket. I stumbled upon Emperor’s Garden Bakery. A long queue drew me to investigate the offerings of this place. And when I walked it I was just blown away. Sydney had a bakery that reminded me of my childhood. Needless to say, I joined the queue … Continue reading

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