I’ve been obsessed about Korean food lately and with all the chit chat about some fried chicken going on it was very hard not to want to visit this place. Admittedly, I’ve visited NaruOne three times in 2 months (what? :P) and something definitely has me hooked!
It’s that time of the year again where participating restaurants put on offer a couple of dishes that gives you a tiny snapshot of what they serve up, thus the name ‘Taste’ of Sydney. This annual food festival was located at Centennial Park which was operating from March 14 to 17. Sydney definitely produced some very fine weather for the attendees.
Located on York Street, Double Barrel is in a prime location for those who work around Wynard and a great meeting point for a coffee break and/or lunch spot. Working in the city means I can take advantage of these great little finds (when the opportunity arises of course).
My usual eating companion is my significant other (the poor thing), and so I get really excited when we have group dinners because it means more food to try with awesome company. With a dear friend on a short holiday back to Sydney, it calls for a group outing and we opt for Encasa for tapas, perfect for sharing.