It’s a backpacker’s dream, it’s much needed relief for the student and its a quality option for the city worker and prisoners of mortgage repayments. It’s THE food court to end all food courts that sits somewhere in between shopping mall quickie and casual dining because of its location and because of the cuisines it serves. Take a hike Maccas, KFC, Oporto’s and Pizza Hut, there’s no room for you here…
Portion sizes seem to be bigger, its a no frills choice that presents restaurant like quality at food court prices without obviously cutting corners and its a formula that’s turned this venue into an icon in the Chinatown and Sydney markets experience with many food service owners outlasting so many over the decades.
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Sparkling SYDNEY, the first of its kind unique sparkling wine festival will launch at Pirrama Park, Pyrmont on Sunday 19 May, 2019, 11.00am to 5.00pm.
This inaugural major food and wine event will be a celebration of flavour, sustainability, and ethical produce with Sydney’s glistening harbor celebrating the very best in bubbles, from Sparkling Cuvee, Malbec, Shiraz, Pinot Chardonnay, Moscato, Zibibbo to Prosecco, Cava and many more.
A one of a kind cohesive sensory experience, each element, be it beverage, produce or gourmet food, is carefully curated to tie into the central theme ‘SPARKLING’.
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As the weather cools down, the chilli peppered, sambal based and sun dried pastes of Malaysian beckon. Conveniently located close to home and open until midnight, makes for a an ideal choice instead of the usual fast food establishments that dominate after the area surrounding Chinatown disappears into slumber.
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Really love the set up here, highly recommend the:
Paco Salad – Spanish style Ceasar with crispy Jamon, Cantabric anchovies, Paco’s dressing and shaved parmesan.
Bocadillas – Pepito – Eye fillet medallions, fried egg, cheese lettuce tomato aioli
Tapas:Croquetas – Jamon Iberico cheesy croquetas
Bravas – Fried potato with aioli and spicy tomato salsa
Pancho – Crumbed chicken tenderloin bacon cheese tomato lettuce chipotle mayo
Really nicely priced, great service and would definitely come back.
All Hands Brewing House
22 The Promenade, Sydney NSW 2000
Beneath the simple allure of Abb Air’s menu lies a multitude of flavours, each with its own story. The recipes of Abb Air have been passed down through the generations preserving the traditional Thai taste. Using fresh herbs, authentic spices, fresh ingredients and exotic seasoning, they redefine traditional dishes to ensure all customers receive an unparalleled Thai dining experience.
In Thailand, there is no such thing as a starter, main or dessert. There is also no one person at the table a dish belongs to. The number of dishes ordered is always equal to the number of diners sat down to eat and everything is shared and enjoyed together. Continue reading Abb Air 1982, World Square