I'm really impressed. An end of lease clean was done promptly and to a high standard with no fuss and great personable service.
Sam came to do a quote on site with very little notice, and then was able to accommodate my job quite quickly as well. I needed a 3 story terrace home in Darlinghurst cleaned top to bottom at the end of my lease.
Arrived on time as agreed. Called to say the job was complete. Left the place securely locked and of course sparkling clean.
The team delivered exactly what they promised. A good spring clean that left the property clean, presentable, and easily worthy of inspection by the owner.
Apart from the great cleaning job, I was also thrilled to learn that Sam is also a really personable and trustworthy guy. It's hard to know who to deal with when you only infrequently use services like this. I have no hesitation recommending him and will also save his details for the next clean I need.
For coffee lovers, the honest league of Coffee is the place to go. You can buy Padre coffee and it also offers a variety of delicious pastries and fresh yogurt. Their customers range from inner hipsters to your office workers. Though this is situated in the CBD , staff that work there are those you would expect in the inner suburbs, definitively a great choice for catch ups and quality coffee! However, only downside is that during the morning coffee breaks, this place does get very busy and quite noisy for business meetings. I always recommend colleagues and friends here!
This place seems to get a lot of attention, particularly when I type in 'place that sells good coffee' into the internet. It is a shame that I'm not much of a coffee connoisseur that I am able to tell the difference between good or bad coffee. However, I did really like this place. Despite it being hidden in one of Melbourne's side streets, it still draws a decent crowd. While they are mainly a coffee shop, you can also get some lunch here as well. They also sell lots of coffee making accessories as well as take away coffee for you to brew at home. The staff are pretty good, and they also take credit card even if all you want is a coffee. I do recommend getting in here quick, especially if you want some good coffee, because this place is quite well known, and very popular.
Recently celebrated my birthday dinner here with a few friends. The staff were gracious and understanding despite the fact that we ran 30 minutes later than our reservation. We had the tasting menu and it was reasonably priced for the amount of food and the flavour. This is a very cool restaurant hidden away in a pocket of Riley St which you definitely should try.
Massive recommendation from me. Menu is modern, yet, still humble. Good portion sizes, flavours that just go together perfectly. I'm no food snob - I'd describe it as a step up from the everyday, but, you wish you could actually eat here everyday.
Lots of space, well appointed bathrooms downstairs and excellent service from staff.
An insanely good pork knuckle was on the menu on my visit - and gets three thumbs up from me.
Don't blink, cos you may just miss this cute, homely bar in Surry Hills. Adorned with old jars and ornaments, there is a relaxed feel to this bar. Warm lighting, and wooden features such as as the booths and a main table in the middle, this cosy bar is a great place to have casual drinks with friends.
Finally a good bar in a part of Surry Hills that doesn't have a lot of good drinking options. The bar is run by the same people who own Pocket and Stitch Bar but has a different feel to it. Feels like a wooden bunker but I really like the choice of music and different cocktail options. You can sit at the long table that runs down the middle of the bar or in a booth. There is also table service which is great for those too lazy to go to the bar. Service is friendly and down to earth as you would expect. The place fills up pretty quickly so if you are looking for seats, you might want to get there early.
Simple and no fuss small Thai takeaway and restaurant. Good for single, couple or small group eat in. Or takeaway of course. There's one medium sized table in the middle and a few small tables around that. A fairly small venue but always popular.
Highlights are probably the price, speed of service and cleanliness of venue. Very well maintained food preparation area.
I travelled to come to this store from the cbd because they stock a particular flavour of raw dog food that is not readily stocked in a lot of places. From what I can tell they stock the full range of Dr B's B.A.R.F frozen dog food.
When I visited today, the store was full of customers, and plenty of staff were on hand to help out. A nice chap helped me find what I was after and got me served and happy quite quickly.
The store is full to the brim of live animals and associated pet paraphernalia - I'd be surprised if you couldn't find what you needed. The stocking of products and store layout is a bit chaotic - so, grab a helpful staff member to guide you to what you're looking for.
Mostly I'm just thankful they stock the dog food I find so hard to find anywhere else in Sydney.
Top quality customer service. 100% best company & I strongly rec to anyone wanting any item they sell. Have purchased 2 items- one less that $5 and one over $50 and BOTH TIMES I was treated with utmost respect & felt VALUED as a buyer. Great company & great staff. FAST postage. Very Helpful & deserve a 10 out of 10 rating :-)
Great coffee. Nice to perch up on the high bench seats and watch people walk by. Protected from the elements by a high glass roofing between the two sides of the walkway - yet you still get that "outside" fresh air feel. Outside seating for all weather.
Reviews have indicated Sweet Belem has the 'best Portugese tarts in Sydney' - prompting a mission-oriented trip to Sydney's Little Portugal (Petersham) for the sole purpose of tasting these tarts.
The Sweet Belem Portugese tarts, at $3.50 each, met the high expectations - both the crispy pastry with the perfect 'crunch' when bitten into and the custard filling with the right amount of sweetness and hint of cinnamon. There are also a wide range of enticing cakes and pastries on offer ... definitely will be returning to try them out.
Sweet Belem is highly recommended for its Portugese tarts and definitely worth the travel!
Love the theme of this bar. You feel like you've stepped into a 50s American themed kitchen. Like the kitsch pineapple lamp on the bar, and the cocktails are always so unusual and menu changes frequently you'll keep going back for more.
I just got coffee here last weekend, as it was full as a goog, as my mum would say. The coffee was nice and strong and smooth. Hurrah! The decor was a lovely change from the overdose of twee around at the moment. I read somewhere it was trying to capture a 1980s Newtown vibe, and it does that really well - nice and dark and full of posters. There was even an old Pink Panther hanging from a wall, and some scary old dolls. The Clockwork Orange sticker on the coffee machine sealed the deal. Love!