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jones the grocer, Westfield Sydney

jones the grocer (its name spelt with alphabets all in lower case) launched its first eponymous store from a converted terrace in Sydney’s prestige eastern suburb of Woollahra in 1996.

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Papi Chulo, Manly

“It’s so tasty, I’m digging the crap out of this crab” ~~~~~~~~O~~~~~~~~ It’s a well-known fact that restaurant linchpin Justin Hemmes don’t do things in halves. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Mr. Wong, Sydney

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Ribs & Burgers, Rhodes

I love summer for all the different reason that I enjoy the mild winters in Sydney – long hot days on the beach with a few cold beers is pretty hard to beat. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Dainty Dumpling House, … Continue reading

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Typika Artisan Roasters, Claremont

Coffee lovers must be having it good these days judging by the sheer number of artisan roasters jostling among cafe and restaurant strips in urban neighbourhoods. More related posts by ChopinandMysaucepan:Vasse Felix, Margaret River, Western Australia Cullen Wines, Margaret River, … Continue reading

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Rio Barbecue, Dee Why

Update: This restaurant has permanently closed for business. “I’m having bruschetta for lunch, what about you?” Mysaucepan asks. “I just had a banana and some yoghurt for breakfast and that will do me for the day” I reply. “But wouldn’t … Continue reading

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Pork ribs soup with carrots and red plums

One of my favourite hearty soups to warm a winter night is pork ribs gently boiled with Chinese red plums, carrots and a few slices of dehydrated squid. Amazingly simple to prepare, you can put the stock on a gentle … Continue reading

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