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agnès b. Rue de Marseille, Hong Kong

Hong Kong is known for its shopping, but one of my favourite centres is the K11 Shopping Centre in Tsim Sha Tsui. Founded in 2008 and opening in Dec 2009, K11 is an interesting...

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18 Grams, Hong Kong

During our holiday in Hong Kong in August, D2D craved some coffee and was super happy to discover a place serving flat whites just as he liked it. Meanwhile, I drank lots of milk...

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Burger Project, Haymarket

Last Friday, the Burger Project by Neil Perry, Trish Richards and David Doyle of the Rockpool Bar & Grill, which apparently had a really good gourmet burger. I’ve never been to Rockpool, so I...

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Biviano’s, Dural

Wow, another Dural post! This is a throwback to mid September, where we went local in the Hills area for dinner. I used to come to this restaurant quite a bit during high school...

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Dolcettini, Dural

A while ago, I was surprised when Broadsheet posted about a place in Dural! Unless you’re a Hills Shire local, you’ve probably never heard of Dural. It’s in the Northern area of Sydney, on...

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Stagger Lee, Melbourne

Here’s another flashback post – to June, when D2D and I went to Melbourne for a long weekend. After having brunch at Seven Seeds with YJ and exploring some of Fitzroy, we had afternoon...

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Hurricane’s Grill, Bondi

After brunch at Lox Stock & Barrel, seeing some Sculptures by the Sea, and having a drink at the Grounds by the Sea, we ended up in Bondi Beach. Hurricane’s Grills: Website: https://hurricanesgrill.com.au/ Address:...

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The Grounds by the Sea, Bondi Beach

So continuing on from our Lox Stock and Barrel post, we headed off to the Tamarama end of the Sculpture by the Sea walk. For those braving the crowds again to see the sculptures,...

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Lox Stock & Barrel, Bondi

It’s that time of the year again… summer! When hordes of Australians and tourists flock to Sydney’s beaches. To avoid the crowds and check out Sculptures by the Sea, we took Wednesday off and...

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Zebra Lounge, Pyrmont

On Sunday 19 October 2014 was the Sydney Spring Cycle! This is an annual cycling event, where you can cycle a Sydney City route, or a longer route from the City to Olympic Park....

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Fratelli Paradiso, Potts Point

Last Sunday was another hot and sunny day in Sydney, just before that crazy storm hit on Monday afternoon and Tuesday. We headed into the City to check out a number of festivals/fairs. First...

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Lil Cilantro, Cherrybrook

So up in the Hills area (north west Sydney), there’s a suburb called Cherrybrook and the shopping village. Cherrybrook Village used to be tiny, but several years ago it was refurbished by Mirvac. One...

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Avenue Road, Mosman

Sometimes you need a day off work… and that day was yesterday! D2D and I took Monday off and, not knowing quite what to do, decided to do a trip to the zoo. But...

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The Baron

The Baron was shut for a week or two for renovations, but reopened this weekend! Round (way more than) Two: A newly designed menu with blue and red. The menu items seem to have...