Posts Tagged ‘Sydney Eats’

Cannoli platter at The Sawmill Pymble

Raffles reviews: The Sawmill, Pymble

I really love Italian food… and saws, so I was really excited to try The Sawmill, Pymble, a new restaurant that is so cool it looks more like a place you’d find in the city than one hidden away in a quiet street in the suburbs. The place was packed on a weeknight with people on […] Read more…

slow cooked lamb ribs covered in pomegranate molasses at The Ternary

Raffles reviews: The Ternary, Pyrmont

I love just about everything about staying in a hotel but sometimes the food can be a bit boring. But not at The Ternary, the epic restaurant at the Novotel Sydney on Darling Harbour. The Ternary is like two restaurants in one, which means twice as many things for me to eat. It’s really big […] Read more…

Squid Ink Pasta at Adamo's Pasta Rosebery.jpg

Raffles reviews: Adamo’s Pasta, Rosebery

I thought I’d eaten some pretty tasty pasta dishes before but I didn’t realise just how good pasta could be! You see, I was lucky enough to have a lunch date with Mama at Adamo’s Pasta in Rosebery and they do things with pasta that are totally next level. Adamo’s Pasta is a simple but comfortable cafe as […] Read more…

pierogi at Wieczorkowski

Raffles reviews: Wieczorkowski, Woollahra

My neighbour Daria comes from Poland and she’s one of the nicest people I know, so I figured that Polish food would have to be nice too. You know, because that’s what she would have grown up on.  And it is. I know because she made some Pierogi (Polish dumplings) once and shared them with us […] Read more…

Raffles and his ramen at Salaryman Surry Hills

Raffles reviews: Salaryman, Surry Hills

I never met a ramen I didn’t love but Salaryman Surry Hills makes ramen that is next level delish. But that’s probably because it isn’t your average ramen place.  I’m used to little hidden ramen shops but this restaurant is really big and dark and kind of concretey. A bit like a warehouse but with an epic painting of a […] Read more…

The look on this face says it all - At Salty Rooster Manly

Raffles reviews: Salty Rooster Manly

Who doesn’t love a good burger? I sure do. And the burgers at Salty Rooster in Manly are really, really good. But that’s because they’re not just any old burgers. As you might guess from the name, Salty Rooster is all about chicken burgers but chicken burgers that will take your tastebuds all over the world. My first visit was a […] Read more…

jumbo xiao long bao in steamers at Bistro hulu

Raffles reviews: Bistro Hulu Crows Nest

Bistro Hulu Crows Nest is so new that when we walked past on Tuesday night it wasn’t even officially open yet. But once I saw the photos of the epically enormous xiao long bao on the signs there was no way they were keeping me out! It’s no secret that I love a dumpling or that I could […] Read more…

Ross Lusted's Murray Cod on an IG Culinary Journey

A culinary journey with Intercontinental Hotels

We make no secret of our love of a culinary adventure. So when I was asked if I’d like go on a “voyage of flavour” at the rather grand Intercontinental Sydney as part of the hotel group’s newly launched Culinary Journey program, the answer was of course, a resounding “hell yeah!” But sadly, given this […] Read more…

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Hey, I’m Aleney! A mum, award-winning travel writer, magazine editor and gallivanting glutton. He’s Raff, the “boy” in boyeatsworld, and a fearless foodie, adventurer and eco-warrior. Along with his all-singing, all-dancing, all-adventurous sister, Sugarpuff, we’re exploring the world’s colour, culture and cuisine on a food safari for the junior set.

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