We thought we’d change it up this year and head south to Kangaroo Valley for Easter. Rathkell’s Pavilion is kind of like a farm-stay home and is nestled deep in the valley. Although it took […]
We spent last Easter at the Seacliff Farm – Wilton House in Gerrigong and had so much food-nomming fun that we thought we should do it all again this year.
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.
The first thing I realise when we arrive at the Chef’s Table in Becasse is that the table really is set in the middle of the action. We’re set a mere meter away from the induction stove tops and have front row seats for the plating station where the man himself, Justin North is putting the final touches on some dishes before sending them out.
It’s great to have a team off site now and then. When we are on projects, we often lose sight of the importance of taking time out and getting to know a bit more about our team members. We are so fixated on getting our deliverables completed on time or fending off office politics, that we sometimes don’t even know what the guy sitting five levels down does.
After a long day walking it was a relief to be able to kick back with some good food, good views and a good coffee. The food at Megalong tea room is honest and home made style rather than modern cafe style which you expect back in Sydney. As a result, it’s a great throwback to what country style food could be like. If I’m in the area, I’ll definitely come back as this sort of comfort food is exactly what you need after a long walk in the bush.
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