The Sports and Gaming space of St George Maso in Mortdale is the setting for its family dining area on the upper floor. There’s a warehousing feel to the table configurations though perfectly aligns with the residential area the space is nested in. They emphasis family friendliness and the menu is contemporary where diners at the Food Blogger Australia and Point Dot Media event were taken on an international flavour tour as highlights from their menu were showcased.
Going back to the birthplace where the iconic bittersweet orange aperitif originated, the centenary of one of the world’s most distinguished brands was felt throughout the entire city of Padova and Venice.
Reflecting on the brand’s rich history since 1919 and turning towards the future, Aperol shared the milestone with guests who flocked in from all parts of the globe using the universal languages of art, music and Aperol Spritz.
This signature cocktail single-handedly leads the global Spritz category, earning Aperol its rightful place in the International Bartender Association’s list (IBA), as the key defining ingredient of the Spritz Veneziano.
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The Vietnamese re-telling is one hot mess with open tables that allow groups to spill into one another, semi private booths with accents of fresh herbs with panoramic views into the kitchen action!
In Brazilian culture, barbecue (churrasco) isn’t just a pastime, its a way of life. A history that stretches back more than four centuries ago, where meats are placed on spear like skewers slowly cooked on the grill. Braza keeps that tradition alive in their all you can eat buffet. On rotation are pork and beef ribs, lamb, chicken, brazilian sausage, chicken hearts, pork as the skewers are carried around the establishment spreading their reach seasoning of aroma.
Fresh seafood, meat, salads, two hour package of bottomless sparkling wine, sweeping views of the harbour in the beautiful architecture of the Hyatt Regency, creates an unrivalled experience for Sunday brunch.
Floor to ceiling walls wrap around the restaurant and slide open into the front outdoor area. Meat hooks, knives and sharpeners incorporated into the decor. The artillery for slicing and dicing celebrated in the heavenly menu of meat.
Arguably one of the Queens of Western Sydney specialising in the boodle feast and classic Filipino dishes, the recent pop-up at Sizzling Fillo held by the Filipino Food Movement (FFMA) saw Chef Nina Cruz step out of her comfort zone telling a new culinary story of her native country’s cuisine.
The FFMA monthly gathering “Mabuhay Nights” is open to all with ticketed events hosted at a new restaurant each month. You can join chefs, local businesses and food lovers experiencing the vision that calls on each host Chef to recreate and modernise homeland dishes.