Joined 12 January 2010 Cherrybrook, NSW
Great family friendly venue with lots of different dining areas and a modern, casual setting. Facing the magnificent views of the Sydney Harbour and skyline this local pub stands on its own as a great venue for the family or a group of friends. You can reserve a table with a refundable deposit and there are sections perfect for a party. The food is delicious, the crumbed chicken was good but the Sunday roast seemed to be extremely popular. They also accept the Sydney/Sydney North entertainment book which is buy 1 get 1 free for mains
This place was a bit of a surprise as I wasn't expecting much from a pub I hadn't visited in over 15 years. It is also in the rocks area so being near tourist
heavy areas they can usually get away with expensive meals.
I had the rump steak and it was cooked really well. The chips were unfortunately soggy and tasteless and my salad was
delicious until I found a rather unimpressive bug in it.
Nevertheless, them pay important part of the meal, the meat, was seated perfectly and was flavorsome and delicious.
I'll probably give them another chance...
Located in one of the most authentic asian food courts in Sydney this little shop sells ramen and other japanese dishes. The staff are very friendly and the ramen is quite affordable (under $10). I ordered the katsu curry chicken which. Is like a chicken schnitzel with sweet, gelatinous gravy, accompanied by a side of pickles and corn. It was delicious and satisfying but did take 30 mins to be ready. It was a long time considering bowls of ramen were being served in under 10 minutes.
The flavours were good and I'll probably be back to try other dishes.
As you walk down a narrow walkway that lies in between some impressive homes, you may feel a tinge of doubt that you are heading in the right direction. Once you reach the kirrabilli ferry wharf, it is quite clear that either a big bunch of people want to catch the ferry or they are lining up for a seat at Anvil... You will soon learn - They are lining up for Anvil!
Put your name down with the front of house as soon as you get there. This humble cafe on the wharf is small, the furnishings are simple (almost an 'under construction' feel) but the food is amazing and the coffee is good!
I ordered the brekkie roll and my friend ordered the 'something savory'. The food is presented really nicely and was the perfect way to kick off the weekend!
The views of the water also make this is a must visit brekkie place!
A fun trendy drinking spot where groups of friends come to have a drink amongst a fresh and vibrant backdrop. Overlooking the water there are lots of outdoor seating areas and an upper deck for private parties. The food is pricey but the seafood is fresh and delicious. Pizzas are for one or two people and are a great accompaniment with beers and cocktails. Speaking of beers, they serve a bucket of Coronas for $40... My favourite drink was the berry trap. Try it!
Great local cafe that is actually a coffee extension of 'the Grounds' of Alexandria. They make a great coffee as you would expect and the food is delicious. The place is often packed with local families especially on a Saturday morning after sport in the mornings. The staff are friendly and love a good joke. Come here for brunch or a nice lazy lunch. Oh... And they sell cronuts :)
A very large coles with a giant kosher section and lots of different meat selections.
The store is huge and crowded on a weekend. There are also lots of self checkout machines. While I was there it was a little frantic as someone had been caught shoplifting at the self checkout. There were about 20 people watching the scene unfold which also made the self checkout slow.
A nicely laid out store with nice casual pieces. Lots of oranges and blues this season and a few animal prints have made an appearance on shorts and tops. The kids wear is pretty cute too as a few styles mimic the ladies wear.
They also sell casual shoes, hats and bags.
Brand spanking new Zara in the newly built section of macquarie shopping centre. Not as big as the other stores but has all the key seasonal pieces. The staff are friendly but it can get frantic in here on weekends.
A ridiculously busy store with lots of people grabbing things from every direction. You would think the clothes were free... The clothes are nice but it is very difficult finding something you like and in your size. The changerooms usually have a long line..
Loving coming in here for a browse. Seems to be the least busiest zara store so it is not too overwhelming shopping here. The fabrics are nice and they make some dresses and tips from high quality silks and crepe.
Some great pre-Christmas sales on now! 30% off some appliances by kenwood. Plus take the kids because outside this Myer store on the pitt street side there is a giant Christmas tree installation made of Lego! Great viewing vantage point from the second level of Myer!
I love shopping at metalicus because everything seems to fit me really well. The fabric are lovely and stretchy and are great for traveling as you rarely need to iron anything and it doesn't get crinkled. This store seems to have lots of great sale items. Tucked in the corner of Myer near accessories it is also a great place to shop because it has its own changeroom so you don't have to line up in the main fitting room section! Become a member and when you spend $1 or more you get $15 the next month.
Newly renovated store which is beautifully merchandised and has a nice selection of womens and men's wear. There are usually lots of sizes but during workdays at lunchtime the line is pretty long for the change room.
Become a member and when you spend $150 you get $15 off you next purchase. After spending $1000 in a year you get a $100 voucher! Oh and you also get $20 to spend on your birthday.
The sales staff were really nice and helpful even explaining the discounts available and helped us sign up for the Marcs VIP club so we could recco eve 20% off our purchase. Lots of registers were open and the store was well presented and not very busy.
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