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Brighton The Corner, Petersham

Brighton The Corner, Petersham

Every week, Two Thousand singles out places worth trying; Brighton The Corner in Petersham made its honour roll in the recent edition. Major credit to the websi...

The Potting Shed at The Grounds, Alexandria

The Potting Shed at The Grounds, Alexandria

The Potting Shed is the new establishment by The Grounds of Alexandria. Located only a few footsteps away from the more established venue, it’s a lushly ...

The Stinking Bishops, Newtown

The Stinking Bishops, Newtown

The Stinking Bishops in Newtown is named after the first-ever cheese to be judged as Britain’s smelliest. Although wheels of this infamous creation (which...

Where we ate in Tokyo

Where we ate in Tokyo

Tokyo is a one-of-a-kind city – a place that launches you to the outer limits of the hi-tech universe, while rewinding timelines so seamlessly that its revere...

Kim Restaurant, Potts Point

Kim Restaurant, Potts Point

Having an incredibly common Korean name might seem like a surefire way to blend in, but Kim Restaurant in Potts Point stands out in many impressive ways. ItR...

Bars


Earl’s Juke Joint, Newtown
Jul 10, 2013 | 3 Comments | Read →

Earl’s Juke Joint in Newtown is finally open. There’s been drumroll anticipation for this new bar since last August, when Time Out Sydney reported that Pasan Wijesena (...

Mary’s, Newtown
Apr 15, 2013 | 11 Comments | Read →

Mary’s in Newtown has had many former lives – it’s been a Greek sporting club, a women’s sanctuary, a Masonic hall and an STD clinic. Now, it’s one of the...

Monopole, Potts Point
Dec 21, 2012 | 4 Comments | Read →

Monopole in Potts Point is a small space (so watch your elbows), but it’s still generous on flavours and ideas. It’s the new venture for Brent Savage and Nick Hildebran...

Cafes


Brighton The Corner, Petersham
Apr 16, 2014 | 1 Comment | Read →

Every week, Two Thousand singles out places worth trying; Brighton The Corner in Petersham made its honour roll in the recent edition. Major credit to the website for this discover...

Black Star Pastry, Rosebery
Jan 6, 2014 | 2 Comments | Read →

Black Star Pastry has opened in Rosebery and it’s far from a carbon copy of the original Newtown store. The new space is beautiful: lines of copper wrap around the counter, l...

Pinbone, Woollahra
Dec 24, 2013 | 3 Comments | Read →

Pinbone in Woollahra is a sharp, fresh shot of oxygen to the local dining scene. By taking over the old Buzo site, this establishment does more than just hit the reset button. Chef...


Restaurants

  • The Stinking Bishops, Newtown
    The Stinking Bishops, Newtown

    The Stinking Bishops in Newtown is named after the first-ever cheese to be judged as Britain’s smelliest. Although wheels of this infamous creation (which has the knockout st...

  • Kim Restaurant, Potts Point
    Kim Restaurant, Potts Point

    Having an incredibly common Korean name might seem like a surefire way to blend in, but Kim Restaurant in Potts Point stands out in many impressive ways. It’s a new venture b...

  • Yellow, Potts Point
    Yellow, Potts Point

    When both Time Out Sydney and Gourmet Traveller make an open-and-shut case about how great the weekend brunch is at Yellow in Potts Point, then it’s hard to find a watertigh...

  • Summer Melon Salad
    Papi Chulo, Manly

    Some winning streaks can not be stopped. The new Papi Chulo restaurant in Manly continues Dan Hong’s hitmaking record with Merivale (Ms G’s, El Loco, Mr Wong) and the ...


Favourites

Moon Park, Redfern
Moon Park, Redfern

Moon Park modestly claims to be the “2nd best Korean restaurant at 34 Redfern St, Redfern”, ceding all bragging rights and competition-beating honours to Danny’s ...

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Podcasts

O Tama Carey (Berta)
O Tama Carey (Berta)

I’ve just finished a new podcast – here’s a snack-sized blurb that’ll hopefully stoke some curiosity (and, fingers crossed, a few downloads, too): O Tama Carey ...

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Travel

Where we ate in Tokyo
Where we ate in Tokyo

Tokyo is a one-of-a-kind city – a place that launches you to the outer limits of the hi-tech universe, while rewinding timelines so seamlessly that its reverence for slower-paced...

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Zines

My Japan zine
My Japan zine

Major thanks (and a Tokyo-Skytree-sized “Arigatō”) to all the lovely people who picked up a copy of my Japan zine at the MCA Zine Fair on Sunday. If you couldn’t...

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