Restaurants bucket list (Sydney)

Sydney has so many food joints. There are new restaurants opening almost everyday. Since it is a multicultural city, the city caters food for all cuisines and for all budgets. I have been thinking of creating a bucket list for trying different cuisines at various restaurants. I am aware that this list will outgrow at…

Lord of the Fries

Do you love hot chips (fries) as much as I do? Then ‘Lord of the Fries‘ is the place to be for amazing and delicious hot chips. I think they make the best chips in the World. They are everywhere in Australia, but Melbourne has many stores and they are available everywhere. They have different…

Food heaven – Noosa Heads

All I did in Noosa Heads was to eat and drink. The restaurants and bars along the beach was amazing. And the food was even more amazing. I was there with my friend about 3 years ago (yes, this post is a long time pending post) and I really enjoyed the various food we tried…

What to eat in Brunei?

Brunei is not so popular among the tourists. I was skeptical about food. I was not sure what kind of food it offered. But.. I was very surprised to find so many Indian restaurants and I was even more surprised to find out that locals love Indian food, especially Dosa. I tried two Indian restaurants…

Yummy Lamington

One of the must eats while in Australia is Lamington. Lamington is Australia’s very own dessert. It is a cake dipped in chocolate and coated with grated coconut. And it is definitely a piece of heaven on Earth. A common variation also has cream in between two lamingtons. In 2006, 21st July was declared as…

Night life in Sydney!

Few weeks ago, one of the fellow travelers I know had visited this city and she accused Sydney of not having the night life. I was upset. Being in the city for past few years, this is totally not true and Sydney has an amazing night life and it has abundant pubs/bars. Knowing this fact,…

Sache Torte

A slice of Sache Torte is my next favorite, after the Chiffon Marble cake, at Pishon Cafe in Chatswood, Sydney. It is tasty and inviting. I would definitely give a 8 on 10 and would recommend it to the cake and chocolate lovers. A Cappuccino with Sache Torte is something that I really enjoy – I think…

Spicy minced chicken

Sailors Thai is a famous Thai restaurant¬†in The Rocks, Sydney. I happened to visit this restaurant with a friend. Being a Chickenaterian (:D , word coined by me, which means I eat only Chicken and not any other meat), I ordered for the main dish – Spicy minced chicken and steamed rice.¬†This dish is made…

Chocolate Fondue

Chocolate Fondue in Max Brenner is something that I can never get enough of. It is so amazingly delicious. Chocolate Fondue consists of fresh strawberries, bananas, white and pink marshmallows and banana bread served with hot melted milk and dark chocolate. My favorite and the ones that I drool over on, are the marshmallows dipped…

Chilli Basil Chicken

Chilli Basil Chicken is one of my favourite dishes in Thai cuisine. I try this dish almost every single time I visit a Thai restaurant. And I have never been disappointed with the taste as I have never eaten a badly cooked Chilli Basil Chicken. Chat Thai restaurant which is in Sydney makes one of…

Chocolate marble chiffon cake

I am grateful about the day when I decided to try a slice of chocolate marble chiffon cake, at the Pishon cafe in Chatswood in Sydney. It is a chiffon (trust me – it is as smooth as chiffon) chocolate sponge cake with chocolate chantilly cream and chocolate flakes. This is one of the must trys…

Dark Baked Chocolate Cake

I think that the dark baked chocolate cake at Guylian Cafe, The Rocks, Sydney is one of the best creations in the history of deserts. The dessert consists of a rich Belgian chocolate cake with their signature ganache, strawberries and a scoop of dark chocolate ice cream. It is exquisite and tasteful. A definite must try…

Miang Kham (Thai beetle leaf)

Miang Kham is a traditional snack from Thailand. It is mixture of lemon grass, gangplank, lemon, ginger, red onion, mint, shredded coconut, peanut and fried onion. I tasted Miang Kham in a small, not so fancy Thai restaurant called Khobkhun situated in Lindfield in Sydney. The mix of lemon and mint gave a tangy taste and…