Fratelli Paradiso, Potts Point

Sydneysiders are often possessed with FOMO, flocking to new restaurants and fads like moths to a flame. Sadly, I can’t say that I’m exempt from this sweeping generalization. And the most unfortunate part is that more mature eateries like Fratelli Paradiso are sometimes overlooked. It’s taken me way too long to get here. And it was…

Besser, Surry Hills

It’s casual. It’s a bit retro. But most importantly it’s simple (and delicious) Italian food. From the mind hive behind A Tavola, Besser takes on Italian cuisine with a laid-back vibe. The colorful chairs are the kind I sat on through my school years, which is a bit fun and odd at the same time. There…

Chester White Cured Diner, Potts Point

When Suze invited us to a last minute lunch at Chester White, I couldn’t say no because I had heard about the truffle cacio e pepe served in a giant wheel of truffled cheese. I adore the cacio e pepe at sister resto Buffalo Dining Club, so I knew I was in for a treat….

10 William St, Paddington

Daniel Pepperell’s all-star menu at 10 William St is severely awesome. We’re off to a good start with a whipped bottarga pretzel speckled with grated bottarga. I’m a bit of a purist when it comes to pretzels because I grew up in Germany, but even so it’s a delicious thing. It doesn’t really taste like a pretzel at…

ACME, Rushcutters Bay

There’s no denying that I love pasta. It’s a love that runs deep. When I was a 6 or 7-year-old girl, if someone asked me what my favorite food was, my answer was ‘lasagna’ without fail. To this day I still have a special place for lasagna in my heart. New kid on the block ACME…