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
Usually when I say dumplings I automatically refer to yum cha and think of going to Cabramatta. Not this time! The Boy and I are on the hunt for some good Xiao Long Bao (XLB), although we wouldn’t know what’s good or not to be honest, but we make our way to Ashfield for the very first time.
A short break from my USA travels – perhaps it’s nice to post about something accessible here in Sydney (haha). It’s always good to change things up a little anyways. A sunny Sunday afternoon brings us to Reuben Hills in Surry Hills. It’s a real shame that I don’t get to go out to Surry Hills more often. I know there is so much on offer and my to go list is as long as ever right now.
The inner west of Sydney is not somewhere I travel to very often, more so because it is a bit of a trek and well, I’m in the City 5 days a week already. It’s a place where I would love to visit more often and explore but sadly it is too out of the way. I envy all those that live in the area and sometimes wish I lived there myself, but out west is home for me. The trek to Newtown this evening is for a friend’s birthday, and a catch up that was well over 6 months over due.
Warning: Photos were taken with my iPhone – my camera batteries died. Nooooo! So excuse the grainy-ness. Sigh.
After a glorious Sunday morning run on the route of The Bay Run (more details shortly) we treat ourselves to a well deserved brunch, which is my favorite meal of the day, at a nearby cafe referred to by the oh so lovely Maria :)
It was time for another catch up with friends and what better way to do it than over some deeeeeeeeeelicious pies at the ridiculously awesome The Pie Tin in Newtown? There’s been a lot of talk about this pie place and I knew there was more than what just met the eyes (or ears for that matter). Pies? Pies. Surely a pie couldn’t be THAT good, or could it?