As most of our loyal readers would know, Howard and I recently did a little thing called… getting married. It’s over a month since the wedding day and despite it not being so long ago, I still find it difficult to recall certain aspects of the wedding. So many things were happening in the one day that some parts of the day is a blur.
One of the last dinners a few friends and I had with Minh (before she went gallivanting off to far flung places) was at Al-Aseel.
I’ve never been before, but most of the party had and I think it’s telling when even they couldn’t decide which dishes to order.
One of the reasons why I love eating out with D, E and T (maybe we should call them Team DET from now on haha) is the different restaurants we end up in; they’re always ...
Howie told us of a dinner he had in Fairfield one day. “It looks so fancy that you’d think it’s a restaurant somewhere in Darlinghurst if you didn’t know you were in Fairfield,” he joked. ...
Would you believe that until last year I’d never eaten Filipino food? Ever since trying out the all purpose sauce and Garlic Rice at our DFC lunch I’d been endlessly curious about this type of cuisine. I’m meeting up with Chogz and Gness for lunch as they’ve been going on about Sizzling Filo, which just so happens to be located only a 5 minute drive from home.
When we heard that a friend had quit his job to become a chef (starting at his significant other’s brother’s newly opened restaurant), we figured it would be the perfect location for our next catch up session.
“All you can eat Korean BBQ Buffet.” Sweeter words were never said. Now add “No time limit”, and you’ve got the makings for a beautiful Friday night if you’ve starved yourself for the whole day.
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