The barbeque is a quintessential part of living in Australia. It is typically a ‘steak and snags’ affair, but with such a diverse and multicultural landscape we live in its not uncommon to see food of all types being thrown on for a bit of char-grilled treatment. The Vietnamese barbeque is usually one of my favorites with piping hot spring rolls and […]
The Jurassic Lounge is the Australian Museum as I always wanted to see it, dark and mysterious with a splash of white (wine, that is). On Tuesdays the museum opens up its doors after hours to host the Jurassic Lounge, an after hours event that features live art, funky lighting, live music and of course, alcohol.
There seems to be a soft spot in most Australian stomachs for a decent Thai meal. I’d be surprised if anyone didn’t know what a pad thai or jungle curry was, there seems to be a Thai restaurant in every food court or main shopping strip in Australia. Where I grew up in South Western […]
The first half of my trip was up in Niseko, Hokkaido, where the snow was re-don-ku-lous – perfect for the main objective of my trip: snowboarding on the much lauded about sweet, sweet powder… But I do manage to somehow squeeze in some eats.
Cabramatta has come a long way since the 90’s. I’ve grown up in the area for nearly 20 years and I’ve seen the good, the bad and the ugly. One thing which hasn’t changed too much over the years in Cabramatta is the abundance of great food. Despite a predominantly Vietnamese and Chinese/Cambodian food and […]