Plage Restaurant – Cremorne

Neateatsydney reckons: The Wagyu Beef carpaccio with dashi broth is a must! It was date night (date night!) and what better choice than a French – Japanese fusion restaurant – the combinations of my favourite Japanese cuisine, combined with the romance of French flavours, or would it be the other way around? We would soon…

PappaRich – Chatswood

Neateatsydney reckons: The crispy chicken is a must try!! Pappa Rich has nailed it, offering Sydney-siders quality authentic Malaysian cuisine. The array of choice on the menu is unbelievable with ALL your favourites, from your classic Roti Canai to their Fish Head Noodle Soup! It definitely is now one of my favourite go-to places whenever…

Bondi Pizza – Macquarie Centre

Neateatsydney reckons: Try their Peking Deluxe if you love duck as much as I do!! I enjoy coming to Bondi Pizza whenever there is a large group of us as they cater for lots of people so well. It’s not your conventional pizza joint, and takes a borrowing from the American-esk rib and pancake house…

Via Napoli Pizzeria

Neateatsydney reckons: Try their Nutella pizza if you’re feeling indulgent!! My friends partner is Italian but both travel and work overseas, so whenever they are in town, they will tour Sydney in search of all the wonderful Italian restaurants that we have to offer. On this night, we decided to re-visit Via Napoli Pizzeria, which…

Tobikiri Japanese Kitchen

Neateatsydney reckons: Β Don’t go passed the Mochi Dengaku for something a little sweet and salty! We stumbled upon this deliciously cute and rustic Japanese restaurant one rainy winters night.Β It was my mum’s birthday and as is tradition, we went out to celebrate over a Japanese meal. This year it was just to two of us,…

Chur Burger

Neateatsydney reckons: Remember to order a side a Sweet Potato Chips! Burgers??? For Churrrrr…. One of the longest standing and hippest burger joints in Sydney that will leave you satisfied without breaking the bank. The decor is funky with graffiti style murals on the walls and with their food being served on tin plates and…

Ms. G’s – Potts Point

Neateatsydney reckons: Try the Cheeseburger Spring Roll for a savoury treat!! Stoners Delights Heaven!! Save room for the Stoners Delight, you will not regret it! Tasty bits of caramel, mars bar, fudge, nuts and ice cream all served beautifully. To describe it as ‘Rich’ is an understatement (share it with friends!). Any of their cocktails…

Din Tai Fung

Neateatsydney reckons: Finish your meal off with a sweet little Piggy Bun! Steamed to perfection. It’s a fun space to eat at whether you are a party of two, in a big group or stand alone patron. The best thing about Din Tai Fung is that they cater for all, including vegetarians and health nuts…

Grandma’s Bar

Neateatsydney reckons: Try a jaffle if you’re feeling peckish! Earl Gray Martini – a must!. Cocktails 10/10. Walking down the stairs into this basement bar, I put on a hipster grandma cap and added a spring to my step. Doilies and knitted blankets were a-plenty and my fellow mates would write a menu to humour…

Mojo Record Bar

Vinyl and Hot Dogs. Hot dogs and Vinyl, add a dash of wine and some grand red pleather seating. It’s a record shop, come bar, come snack stand, come hang out – the combination of which makes this place so great! It’s a mixed pot full of surprises. Order a hot dog, you wont regret…