Category: food

Daisy’s Milkbar, Petersham

Daisy's Milkbar, Petersham
Inspired by the old Aussie milk bar, Daisy’s Milkbar is a welcome addition to the Inner West. The delicious food and friendly staff, lemonade stand and the colourful wooden booths will put a big smile on your face when you visit. Only one week old, it’s easy to see why there’s already of line of people waiting to try it out. The BBQ pulled pork sandwich with slaw was delicious, as... 

Alexandria, the new foodie destination!

Alexandria, the new foodie destination!
Real estate is not the only thing buzzing in Alexandria right now. If you live or work in Alexandria and like your food, suddenly you have a whole lot more options for day and evening dining. Watch out Surry Hills, Alexandria is hot on your heels. The Grounds of Alexandria really set things moving and its success has obviously encouraged new businesses to come to the area with Vicinity just across... 

Zigi’s Wine & Cheese Bar and St Peters Brewery

 Zigi's Wine & Cheese Bar and St Peters Brewery
On Saturday 20 July,  ZIGI’S Art Wine and Cheese Bar and St Peters Brewery are joining forces for an International Cheese and Local Beer tasting event. Located in Sydney’s Inner West suburb of St Peters, the Brewery, produces high quality, hand crafted beers using environmentally sustainable methods. Join the owner-producer, Matt Donelan, as he shares the history and creative process behind... 

West Juliett Cafe

West Juliett Cafe
West Juliett Cafe has made its mark in Marrickville. The quiet residential corner location, spacious interior and tasty menu has made this cafe a popular destination. Aptly named after its location (on corner of Juliett Street) the polished concrete floors, wooden tables and open kitchen create a welcoming environment and its a total transformation from the grocery store it was back in the 1960′s.   I... 

A Hidden Gem – Sub Station Cafe

A Hidden Gem - Sub Station Cafe
I’ve just discovered that converting an electricity sub station into a cafe is a brilliant idea! Electric Substation 152 in Alexandria has been beautifully renovated, given new life and is now Sub-Station Cafe. I can’t believe that it’s taken me 6 months to discover this hidden gem! The owners have transformed the limited space into a fantastic indoor and outdoor area with a gorgeous... 

Locals Only

Locals Only
  Three inner-west businesses are joining forces to craft a culinary journey. An unexpected pairing of  Amara Jarratt and Corinne Smith (The Rabbit Hole Organic Tea Bar), Maz Valcorza Pugoy (Sadhana Kitchen), Oscar McMahon (Young Henrys) You might not ordinarily think to pair craft brewers with artisan tea makers and vegan raw foodies but that’s exactly what these Inner Westies are planning... 

Wagaya Tapas Newtown

Wagaya Tapas Newtown
I’m already a regular at Wagaya Tapas in Newtown. The food is awesome,  it’s located in the heart of Newtown and it’s a great option for a cheap meal out! For all the gadget lovers out there (including my partner), the ipad ordering system is fun, fast and convenient and lets you keep track of how much you’re spending. Not waiting for someone to take your order is always a... 

Movember Party at NOM Pizza

Movember Party at NOM Pizza
It’s that time of year when we start to see more than the usual number of the male population sporting the stylish, or sometimes, not so stylish moustache (my husband has fallen face first into this category!). During November each year, Movember is responsible for the sprouting of moustaches on thousands of men’s faces in Australia and around the world. The aim of which is to raise vital... 

MakMak Macarons joins the Newtown family

MakMak Macarons joins the Newtown family
Get excited Inner Westies! Newtown is about to be macaron heaven. MakMak Macarons is opening its first retail outlet at 601 King Street, Newtown. On a recent trip down South King Street I noticed the MakMak logo completely covering their front window. I’ve been dying to see inside… knowing all that sweet goodness was behind those closed doors. The good news is we won’t have to wait... 

Fleetwood Macchiato, Erskineville

Fleetwood Macchiato, Erskineville
Two visits to Fleetwood Macchiato in one week… I’m addicted! I can’t go past their smashed egg breakfast roll with mustard aioli, pickles, avocado, mushroooms and ham. When I walked along Erskineville Road earlier this week, I told myself that I was just going to pop in to get a coffee but memories of the smashed egg roll I had on the weekend came flooding back and I couldn’t... 
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