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 […]
My friends and I had finished an immensely satisfying dinner earlier in the night, but the slim pickings from the dessert menu made us head out in search of something… more.
It was a bit of an aimless search until a friend mentioned a cafe that doubled as a games parlour. That definitely piqued our interest and we trooped off to Norita.
When Teresa gave me the heads up about a new Korean crew setting up shop in Sydney, I immediately put on my stalker cap to find out as much as I could about Seoul of Sydney and what I saw only made me want to find out more.
Having been a pescatarian for about 10 years, I decided to become a meat-eater again on my arrival to NYC. So once I heard about the Bo Ssam at Momofuku Ssam Bar, I needed to gather up some friends to tackle this meat-eating challenge with me.
When a friend had a craving for Korean (or more specifically, fried chicken at a certain Korean restaurant), he used the excuse that he hadn’t seen any one since “last year” for a catch up dinner.
“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.
The owner of Ceci is a remarkable woman, she’s seemingly always behind the counter of Ceci, with her hair artfully curled and make up touched up to a tee. She’s become my constant for Strathfield Korean restaurants and it’s actually a bit of a shock to see her seated here in Burwood Korea House.
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