News & Reviews
With the Chinese eatery celebrating a decade on the Sydney restaurant scene, head chef Andy Evans reflects on near misses with vats of chilli oil and nicknames for his knives. Read full article here: Gourmet Traveller.
El Camino Cantina is bringing a bespoke Tex-Mex experience to Byron Bay at midday on Thursday 25 April when it opens for business in the new retail, dining, and entertainment precinct, Mercato on Byron. Read full article here: Byron Echo.
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Have your weekday lunches and dinners been lacking in lustre a bit recently? Are you ready to retire the soggy sandwich, or underdressed salad, and make your meals a little more exciting? Thanks to the Rockpool Dining Group you can — without breaking the budget. Read full article here: Concrete Playground
Neil Perry is in rarefied air when it comes to his impact on the Australian culinary landscape. Read full article here: The Upsider
Gourmet Traveller: Neil Perry is hosting two Chinese dinners, where native Australian ingredients play a shining role
Expect warrigal-greens dumplings and wallaby-tail soup at Spice Temple’s one-off events.. Read full article here: Gourmet Traveller
The National Indigenous Culinary Institute was founded in 2012 and offers apprenticeships to aspiring Indigenous chefs in some of Australia’s top restaurants, including Neil Perry’s Rockpool Bar & Grill in Sydney. AFR BOSS Magazine spoke to Perry and second-year apprentices Liz Lorente and Jayde Harris about what the program means to them. Read full article here: BOSS Magazine.
It’s been just over two weeks since The Bavarian opened its doors in Charlestown Square’s South Piazza, and we just HAD to sit down see what all the fuss was about. Read full article here: HUNTERhunter
Canberra, we have a new challenge. Meet the schnitzelmeister. It’s a six-stack, chicken schnitzel tower topped with napoli sauce, ham and cheese and served with four side dishes. Read full article here: The Canberra Times
Chef Yosuke Hatanake takes Gwen Luscombe on a culinary journey into ‘My Japan’, from street food to upscale restaurants. Read full article here: Signature Luxury Travel & Style.
If you’ve been to Saké in Manly you’ll know the gin bowls there are a huge hit. Well, due to popular demand these glorious beauties are also now available at Saké in The Rocks and in Double Bay. Read full article here: Wear to Dine.