I’ve been debating with myself about posting this dinner: the restaurant was pretty dim and the photos didn’t turn out as well as I had hoped, but on the other hand… it was a pretty ...
It’s a Thursday night and we’re at Hunky Dory Social Club for the Bruno’s restaurant launch headed by up Daniele Trimarchi (of Icebergs and Fratelli Paradiso fame.)
We decided to have lunch at The Montpellier Public House with S as a last hurrah before she moved to Melbourne (so sad!!).
Ever since Balzac closed, I’ve been most keenly interested to see how Montpellier stacks up.
There’s so many great things going on during this year’s Crave International Food Festival, but a pop up dinner that caught my eye was the Alice in Culinary Land event; it was touted to be a “[crazy], topsy-turvy dinner party”.
My knowledge of Sydney geography is shocking. Despite the fact that I’ve lived in Sydney my entire life, it wouldn’t be a stretch to say that anything north of the Harbour Bridge, and east of Moore park is an absolute mystery to me. In the end, all it took was the promise of a Sunday Roast to drag me out east to Four In Hand Bar for a lazy Sunday dinner.
Catalina has been on our radar for a terribly long time – we even had booked it once, only to find out later that we had double booked that day and had to cancel the dinner (boo) – so we were pretty excited to finally dine here.
F managed to surprise me for our anniversary by taking me to Blancharu – a restaurant that’s been on my to-eat list for the longest time.
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