They like things big over at South Wharf’s Munich Brauhaus. They’ve got big beers (1 litre steins), a big space (it’s a beer hall, you see) and something called The Schnitzelmeister (a 1kg piece of veal schnitzel that comes with four sides). Read full article here: Melbourne Lyf
From lamingtons to lamb chops to the best of our multicultural cuisine, there is no excuse for staying at home this Australia Day. Here’s a guide on where to celebrate with some good food. Read full article here: The Daily Telegraph
The shores of Noosa, the clear blues of Bondi Beach, the Yarra’s bustle, the serenity of Lake Burley Griffin. A good view doesn’t guarantee a good time, but the places that marry the two demand attention. We wrap up the country’s greatest places to eat and drink by the water. Read full article here: Gourmet […]
Who’s ready for a mouth-watering mix? Answer: everyone. Read full article here: Hunter & Bligh
Exclusive location, exclusive design, exclusive dishes, that’s the way the new Saké rolls. Read full article here: The Manly Daily.
The bar has been raised quite literally at Sydney’s Manly Wharf. Already a dining magnet with its cluster of restaurants presenting impressive waterfront views across the harbour, it now offers a refined al fresco option with Saké Restaurant and Bar crowning its rooftop. Read full article here: Wallpaper.
Former Sake chef-turned-consultant Shaun Presland worked with head chef Shoji Toru to create the new menu, before returning to London to open his own new Soho restaurant. The menu ticks off all the Sake favourites – sushi, sashimi, popcorn shrimp, those fluffy shumai dumplings and spider maki rolls – and introduces some intriguing new dishes. […]
If you’re in Sydney and need a truckload of tacos, burritos and Buffalo wings, all washed down with a giant frozen Margarita, you head to El Camino Cantina. The Rocks favourite heaves on weekends with people topping up on approachable Tex-Mex before they blow the doors off their night in the city.. Read full article […]