Chef Lee’s craftsmanship continues as he dismantles notions of modern brunch and asian food conventions. His skill and innovation evident from his time at Tetsuya and Kensington Street Social. Two years on since our last visit, the vision has not gone stale. He teases about some experimenting they have been doing with truffles to jazz up the Winter menu.
It’s the underground bar that’s hosting some of the city’s coolest rumbles and quirky events. From Whiskey and Scotch nights to old school face-to-face dating nights, burlesque and classical music, it’s the brainchild of two navy servicemen. Our recent visit to the Irish Whisky rumble was a great excuse to celebrate the finest in celtic malt and knock back a few.
So what next?
As a first in Sydney nightlife, Soultrap Bar together with The Chamber Project will bring together classical music and urban underground life to create an intimate afternoon or evening of music and culture. As part of an ongoing series of events, Soultrap aims to provide you with an up close, musical experience from the very best in classical music, allowing you to immerse yourself in the magic of sound.
Dzo on Riley Street – in Vietnamese means “Cheers”.
The entire place has been completely refurbished, keeping things simple with a street style hawker menu to share, while retaining that rich culture and tradition of housemade sauces, experiential dining couched in service that will keep you warm this Winter.
All Vietnamese favorites are there, like traditional pho and rice paper rolls but tonight we explore the grill and some select mains.
Several visits this year for Tropfest, Mercedes-Benz Fashion Week Australia, a Christmas work function and more recently a fancy date, the many reasons for a series of visits here not just by the editorial team but as the premium location to host nationally acclaimed events we celebrate their upcoming 90th Anniversary.
Southern France comes alive in the intimate setting of the Bourke Street homestead, Loluk. A menu that continues to captivate, only a handful of places in the immediate city come to mind when it comes to French cuisine representation and Loluk stands prominently with consistency, authenticity and aesthetics unveiling its Autumn/Winter menu. Aromatic flavours swirl through the palette with rich sauce, infused oils, slow cooked proteins featuring Salmon, Beef Cheek, Backstrap, Scallop, Octopus and more!
Pushing that envelope challenging the definition of cafe casual and gourmet dining, punters are continually surprised with this east side brunch stop that uses their own herbs grown in-house. Little touches like that add to the love that translates in each dish.