Joined 12 January 2010 Cherrybrook, NSW
as the only place selling Shanghai dumplings in north Sydney it is a welcome change from the other food court options in greenwood. Takeaway is beautifully packed with little packets of ginger and sauce. The service is quick and staff friendly.
Really great coffee near Circular Quay. The staff are friendly and it has a really nice trendy ambience. There are seats outside so you can enjoy the summer sunshine. Lots of corporates here having coffee meetings.
Beautiful balmy summer nights are perfectly matched with the outdoor Tahitian themed dining area.
On Monday-Wednesday dinner and lunch specials are $10. Lamb pasta bake, chicken burger and seafood chowder were on offer. I chose the chicken burger and it was delicious, fried and spicy accompanied by a huge serve of chips! The place isn't too busy and we had a great night.
Boys and girls, gather around. Come close. Listen, I've travelled far and wide to sample some of the most esteemed gelato in all of Rome. From the hyped gelato parlours like Grom to the awesome fresh fruit driven Gelateria del Teatro.
So when I heard that Cow & Moon won the award for "World's best gelato", I was skeptical. Let me tell you that the hype is real. I tried the affogato (which won the award) which was delicious and unique - certainly deserving of the award. I also tried the pistachio which was teeming with pistachio flavour - nutty, creamy & with lots of pistachio bits. Gelateria Dei Gracchi in Rome is famous for their pistachio gelato and I have to say Cow & Moon's compares.
When you go shopping a big part of the thrill is discovering new products you never knew existed. This experience happens every time I step into Daiso. This Daiso store is pretty new and is part of the newly renovated Macquarie Centre. As you walk in you are welcomed by rows of Japanese made or designed products. Gadgets you never knew you needed such as face massagers. When you walk into Daiso - You realise how far $2.80 can go...
A new Aldi in the newly renovated Macquarie centre. A larger Aldi with lots of stock and a great fresh food section. I find the meat very reasonably priced and a good selection of seasonal fruits and veges.
There are about 3 registers open on weekends so it can get a little busy. Don't forget to bring our own bags!
A very large department store right in the heart of Melbourne and next to rival store- Myer.
Lots of great clothes and there are staff who are ready to assist. Level 1 has a gorgeous selection of Australian and international designer labels.
The store has a beautiful ambience and you can spend hours here in fashion heaven!
Coffee is a little overpriced but the staff are nice and the set up is pretty impressive. They offer brewed and filtered coffee which start from $4 and go upwards to $6.
As the man next to me said "this is the most expensive coffee I have ever had!"
I am almost certain that this is the best Japanese restaurant I have ever experienced in Australia.
Hidden in the basement area of a city building, this dimly lit Japanese bar has about 50 seats. It opens at 5:30 and you can sit at the bar and watch the highly skilled chefs prepare your food with such care and precision.
Every dish was amazing but my favourite was the kingfish, the fried chicken and the seafood clam chowder which was a sweet broth of subtle and well balanced flavours.
It is a little pricey but the quality of the food is exceptional. It cost is about $140 for two of us.
A beautiful and well maintained zoo that seamlessly integrates the enclosures with the natural surroundings of the bush and rivers.
There are all your favourite Australian animals including koalas, platypus, Tasmanian devil, wombats and more.
The bird show was spectacular and is well worth the wait for the 2:30pm show.
The volunteers are so friendly and knowledgable. A must for tourists!
Came here for a work conference but now I want to return for a holiday! One of the nicest hotels, with massive rooms, stunning bathrooms, amazing service and friendly staff.
The food was brilliant, I don't think I have ever experienced such delicious conference food. No boring sandwiches here- lightly steamed scallop filled dumplings, tender roast beef salad, warm poached chicken salads...
The breakfast is delicious too with such an impressive spread, they even have honey fresh from the comb...
Will definitely return!
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