Health Markets Sydney, NSWVery niceness dining experience. The only issue I found was with the wait times for food. I recall waitinf 45 minutes for mains. WHen they came it was a really good culinary experience. Yum!
Restaurants Chatswood, NSWI have wanted to try this out after enjoying the city version many YEARS PRIOR. I WAS NOT DISSAPOINTED. Great food - excellent roti - yum! I think is as good as its city counterpart and the restaurants is slightly betters appointed than the city version. Good layout and decent service. Near train line
Clothing Retailers North Ryde, NSWThe Bonds shop is one of my favourite places to visist in all of Macquarie Centre. I just LOVE their baby section. The little onesies are just too cute for words. The Wondersuits are a must have and come in a fabulous range of styles (long legs with short arms, short legs with short arm, short legs with short arms e.t.c.). They have some amazing sales including 40% off right now!
Bourke Street Bakery is the answer to world hunger, world peace and the meaning of life all at once.
It is one of the many establishments sprinkled throughout the inner west like stars in a beautiful night sky or glitter on the chests of The Village People - shiny, scary yet friendly, soothing and warmly beckoning with a sultry finger. People from North Sydney may argue, "but we have a better view!" but we in the Inner West will answer, but we have the Bourke Street Bakery. Those from the Eastern Suburbs will say "we have beaches and the best tourist spots!" but we Inner Westies will whisper, Bourke Street Bakery. Those in the far West and Sydney's South will say "awww give us a durry bruv?" and we will answer, NAY! NAY peasants! For we are Inner Westies and we only have rollies! But we will welcome them into the warm oven glow of the Bourke Street Bakery like Jesus did the leper!
The Bourke Street Bakery is not just the best thing since sliced bread, they took sliced bread and made it an artform. The Bourke Street Bakery doesn't make pies or sausage rolls, they took the word of God and baked it for your oral pleasure. The Bourke Street Bakery offers coffee and milkshakes but delivers liquid poetry.
Seriously though. This place is amazing and the service is wonderful.
As a regular at St Ives village I was initially excited by the opening of this cafe, particularly when I saw they used Campos coffee beans. Unfortunately, after three chances I've decided never to venture into here again. 1) The management has been terribly rude 3/3 times despite me being a very friendly and accommodating customer at all times. Management has this bizarre manner which makes you feel guilty for asking for a table and when I asked for 3 high chairs today (for 3 infants under 12 months), despite seeing a stack of approx. 6 of them, they looked at me in bewilderment and said they could probably only manage 2! They seemed quite put out to get them for me, despite seeing that I was carrying my baby. 2) The food is overpriced and very bland. I ordered a barramundi burger when it first opened and it lacked flavour immensely. It was basically a piece of fish on a soggy burger bun with a small amount of mayo and a lump of soggy iceberg lettuce. Today I ordered a pumpkin and balsamic vinegar bruschetta for lunch. Boiled pumpkin slices on soggy bread? Not very appetizing at all. 3) I was under the impression a cafe had to maintain an excellent standard of coffee-making to use the Campos logo but unfortunately, despite friendly feedback from me in the past, my coffee has been weak 3/3 times. It was reasonably ok today but that was because I ordered 3 shots in my large soy cap. That shouldn't be necessary in my opinion. Would highly recommend avoiding this one.