As leagues clubs go, this Chinese restaurant is a treat. No buffet in sight, no MSG in the air and a bountiful à la carte menu. We commenced with Prawn Dumplings ($5.50/4) and Pork Dim Sim ($5.50/4) so big, plump and juicy it was like Yum Cha after cosmetic surgery.
Student Friendly Eats
This week I have turned my column inches over to Matthew Blakely, a media student from the University of NSW. As you will be able to see, Matthew is passionate about both food and writing; and he’s keen to channel both into a professional food journalism career. The mission I set him was to uncover some student friendly eats in time for the first semester back in 2011. I’ll let you be the judge of his endeavours…
Dining in Bondi Junction Westfield’s Level 5 food court is still one of Sydney’s best food court experiences. If you come at night, it’s mostly deserted; so take your pick of the comfy, silver swivel chairs to lap up the uninterrupted million-buck view, and spare a thought about what the poor folk are doing.
Foodies’ Diary: Hot Tix About Town
As well as tempting us with one of the most unusual high tea services in town in the beautiful dockside surrounds of Aki’s; Chef Kumar Mahadevan has generously joined forces with Masterchef finalist Jimmy Seervai for two big nights of Indian hospitality.