Best African Restaurant: A Taste of Ethiopia

Haile Kilos has been serving up feel-good Ethiopian food for nine years in his breezy market stall in Moore Park. You won’t find a cloying … Read more

Best Breakfast: Cafe Morso

This trendy cafe is carved out of an old wharf in Pyrmont that was previously used for art production and underground parties. More restaurant than … Read more

Best Breakfast in the East: Brown Sugar

A weekend isn’t the same without breakfast at Brown Sugar. And it’s always the same breakfast for me – Asparagus and parmesan eggs – because … Read more

Best Cafe Catering: Collier’s Sandwich Company

This cafe makes extremely delicious sandwiches. It’s not complicated but in its simplicity and excellence it answers the question of the city-bound lunch hour. Their … Read more

Best Cafe Service: Katipoo cafe

What more needs to be said? This picture truly speaks for itself. Can you imagine more personalised service when taking care of your personal needs? … Read more

Best Chinese Restaurant: Golden Century

Many people naively say they don’t like seafood. Take them to Golden Century and they will find out what a ludicrous statement that is. All … Read more

Best Club Tucker: Klaus’s Brasserie

Tucked away in the back of Paddo RSL, past the razzle and dazzle of pokie machines and keno screens, is one of the Eastern suburb’s … Read more

Best Fine Dining: LL Wine and Dine

Tucked away in the labyrinth of Potts Point is Ll Wine and Dine, a quirky restaurant that celebrates new Sydney food diversity and old Sydney … Read more

Best Italian Experience: Little Sicily

This culinary mainstay stays clear of Norton Street and bridges the city’s two Italian suburbs: Leichhardt and Haberfield. The genius behind the ever-evolving menu? Sicilian … Read more

Best Lunch: Iku Wholefoods

If our bodies were cars, then Iku Wholefoods would be premium unleaded bio-fuel. Iku makes food that loves your body back, using over 200 organic … Read more