I love the fact that my two eldest nephews (6 and 3.5) are old enough now to know what they want to eat. What I love even more is that they love eating some of the food that my siblings and I enjoy eating. This calls a trip to Tan Viet in Canley Heights.
Whilst running some errands around locally, we walk past Frank’s Lebanese Restaurant. I stopped for a second as the name rang a bell. I couldn’t put my finger on it so walked on, until I realised it was one of the restaurants that was part of a Fairfield Feast tour that thesuzchef went on. She had mentioned it was worth the visit so I quickly turned back and found myself asking the waiter for a table for 2.
One cuisine that I don’t eat enough of is Malaysian. There’s not much on offer nearby home, but I feel (more like know) there is an abundance of it in the city. I have weekly laksa lunch dates with my sister (ipoh on york, jimmy’s recipe, hokka hokka) but that’s as far as it goes . The Boy and I are feeling adventurous so make the effort to go somewhere new – new cuisine (for him), new restaurant.. why not?
Before every long day a good breakfast is in order. After picking up our rental car from Budget Honululu we set out on our adventure. First thing is first though….. learn how to drive on American roads with this beast. You see, in America not only are you driving on the opposite side of the road, but you’re also in the opposite side of the car! Luckily the boy had it down pat and we we’re happy drivers in no time :)
This winter sure feels like it’s all about the ramen. We welcome another ramen joint that enters the Sydney restaurant scene. I sure have no complaints as I think it’s the perfect winter warmer.