Tasting the famous Lolly Bag cake.
It’s nice to have coffee with a friend but I also enjoy being on my own. How about you? Do you like drinking coffee and/or dining alone? Three macarons and a cup of coffee: a gorgeous afternoon tea We didn’t manage to get to Baroque Bistro on our holiday in Sydney last November. So when […]
I’m always envious of people who live within walking distance of a good French bakery, who can quickly nip up the street at 7am to grab fresh croissants or hot sausage rolls for breakfast, or newly baked bread that’s got the crackly crust you just can’t get from a supermarket loaf. In this neighbourhood, there’s […]
After dim sum feasting at Marigold for brunch, Jac and I walk to Circular Quay where we take a ferry ride to Manly. It’s my first time visiting Manly. At my urging upon arrival, we look for Zumbo Patisserie. We actually walk past it the first time. The recognisable black and pink “adriano zumbo” sign […]
We take the monorail to Pyrmont and walk a few minutes to The Star, formerly known as Star City Casino. We’re not here to gamble – we’ve come in search of sweet treats. Gelato Messina First stop is Gelato Messina, where there are around 40 flavours of gelato and sorbet to choose from. The majority […]
While chatting with chef Josh during lunch at Cafe Ish, he mentions a tiny cafe that makes and sells fantastic macarons, tucked in between office buildings on Alberta Street, a laneway in the city end of Surry Hills. It’s called Cafe Cre Asion, and Juji, Jay and I decide to check it out the next […]