Posts Tagged ‘Sydney food’

There are a variety of delicious vegetarian dishes at Canton KItchen in Castlecrag including these tofu stacks

Raffles reviews: Canton Kitchen, Castlecrag

Pop! Canton Kitchen has just opened in Castlecrag. I’m excited too because Head Chef Jason Chan is from Queen Chow, so it’s gotta be good! The restaurant itself is like a Cantonese pop art explosion of cool with retro posters papering the walls. I was in  the birthplace of Cantonese cooking, Guangzhou, just a few […] Read more…

Queen Chow Manly Mushroom Dumplings

Raffles Reviews: Queen Chow Manly

Written by Raffles – Aged 10 I love Chinese food. Well, technically I love all food, but Chinese is definitely in my top five. And don’t even get me started on dumplings. I live for those plump little packages of awesomeness. And while I’ve been shovelling dumplings down my neck all summer long, I was […] Read more…

Fully loaded burgers and shakes at Milky Lane Bondi

Raffles reviews: Milky Lane Bondi

You know, I’ve never met a burger I didn’t like. So when mum told me we were heading to Milky Lane, Bondi’s coolest burger bar, I psyched myself up in preparation for some serious eating. But what I wasn’t prepared for is that Milky Lane isn’t just any ordinary burger joint … something that become […] Read more…

Novotel Sydney Central with kids

InBalance at Novotel Sydney Central with kids

Sugarpuff is on a bit of a health kick at the moment. She’s become obsessed with Yoga (her very own special version which she claims makes her feel “loosey goosey” – it’s best not to ask). She’s also become more interested in healthy eating because she says it gives her more energy (though, I doubt […] Read more…

Raffles and Pauline Nguyen talk about a refugees, a positive attitude, giving back and DreamTrips

Raffles chats with author, entrepreneur and international speaker, Pauline Nguyen

Raffles has been privileged to interview some exciting people. But I don’t even know where to begin in introducing the incredible force of nature that is Pauline Nguyen. One of Australia’s most successful entrepreneurs, Pauline’s accomplishments are even more inspirational considering her less than fortunate beginnings. Pauline Nguyen and her family escaped Vietnam in 1977 via boat and were […] Read more…

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…

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