Hola EST friends from New York City! 3 months ago, I jumped ship and hopped over to the land of hot dogs, bagels and fast food. Here is part #1 of Teresa’s NYC eats.
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).
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.
In the recent past, Danks St Depot was my favourite sunday brunch haunt (note: the creamed eggs are to-die-for) but due to my recent desire to save and just plain ole laziness, I’ve had to cut this luxury out of my life. We’ve posted about Danks St twice before: For the early dinner’s club and of course, for brunch. This place is a personal favourite of mine and after a recent Christmas dinner here, I decide to make a second return.
With the abundance of japanese restaurants around Sydney, the experience I had at Emon was different. The service was warming and friendly, the food tasted healthy and interesting and the overall experience was fun (especially with the Badukan & Sake tasting set.)
If you’re in the area looking for some comfort food, Emon should be your pick.