Frankie Unsworth and Rachel Khoo are hosting ‘edible immigration tales’, a one off dinner event over 3 days in a secret eastern suburbs location in Sydney. Interested ? Click on to read more.
From the outside of the restaurant, the Burlington looks like a small, modern and rather unassuming location. The food was good. The company was good. The atmosphere was good. The service was good. I want to go back (again).
Hai Au, it’s one of my favourite Vietnamese restaurants for more authentic Vietnamese food. You won’t find pho or crispy skin chicken here, you’ll find crabs stir fried in tamarind sauce, caramalised fish in claypots and charcoal grilled meat and seafood. It’s worth the treck to the South West if you can’t see yourself in Vietnam anytime soon.
Nested in the back streets of Elizabeth Bay, near the back of Kings Cross, Blancharu is another gem worth trying in this area. Around the Kings Cross, Potts Point & Elizabeth Bay area, you will find most cuisines to your desire, and the quality is top notch.
Iwa drew us in with its dark-coloured, contemporary fancy decor, which made it stand out from the random stores featured on the Victoria Avenue mall strip, but it was the all-you-can-eat buffet for $36.80 caught us hook, line and sinker.