While this month’s Let’s Do Lunch offerings are more than enticing, being situated just outside of the CBD means that the majority of these lunches are simply just too far away for me. Scanning through the list of restaurants I narrowed my list down to restaurants in the immediate vicinity and settled on Sean’s Kitchen and their “7 Deadly Sins”.
Ever since Merivale decided to get a bit more serious with their food, Teppanyaki has been a quiet achiever while the likes of est. take the spotlight. This years Let’s do Lunch as part of SIFF gives me another opportunity to see what Teppanyaki is up to.
The first day of SIFF saw me head to Uccello for their Let’s do Lunch menu. During the month of October, participating restaurants offer a $35 menu with one main course plus coffee, and a glass of matching Brown Brothers wine, Coopers beer or a 500ml bottle of S.Pellegrino sparkling or Acqua Panna still mineral water, a great way to sample the menu of some great restaurants.
Our second Let’s Do Lunch was at est. I’ve never been, but I’ve heard lots of good things about it – including retaining its 3 chef’s hat this year while others have sadly lost theirs.
Sydney International Food Festival, or inevitably abbreviated to be known as SIFF, is finally here! With my going back to work next week in Chatswood – ever so far away from some of the Let’s Do Lunches I’ve got my eye on – I scoured the SIFF website trying to narrow my choices down to just two restaurants.