After our visit to The Paramount Coffee Project the bff and I give ourselves a little time to digest before deciding to make our way to Newtown for the much talked about Black Star Pastry. There’s always room for dessert we say.
I seem to be venturing out to different suburbs these days and I’m loving all the amazing finds so far, with big thanks to our friends who no longer are our neighbours.
It rained and poured over the weekend in Sydney – suprise suprise. The wet weather makes me want to stay in, but the boy got me out of my jammies and took me out for some lunch. We’ve both been quite the busy at work so he said we both deserved a treat. What a reward it was with a drive (in the heavy rain) to Mary’s.
I was meeting up with the gorgeous Suzi from thesuzchef for some lunch. I wanted to catch her one last time before her bubs entered the world. It totally went over my head that we were just about to visit what was awarded as the best new cafe.
Image courtesy of thesuzchef
Lunch Menu from 12pm onwards
Do you ever get those random cravings and when you really want something you just say it out really loudly? Dumplings! Is what I screamed out and dumplings is what we were going to get!
Another Korean post. I’m completely guilty of indulging in more than my fair of korean fried chicken lately. I partially blame the boy – what he craves is what we eat. I was a little bit unprepared these couple of trips so excuse the lack of information provided. Tucked away within Strathfield Sports Club (next door to the Tennis Courts) is Red Pepper.
Spring Onion Fried Chicken