Melty, oozy, in sandwiches, with wine: here’s how we’ll be enjoying cheese this autumn.
This bright and beautiful Coogee eatery serves Italian flavours with coastal vibes – including an epiphany-inducing kingfish crudo.
This Potts Point newbie is steering clear of the casual dining trend with a degustation menu and very pretty food.
A new underground CBD restaurant is bringing a taste of modern Vietnam to Sydney, with a booze-filled Vietnamese coffee and rotisserie chicken.
Skip the 24-hour flight to London and hop on over to Enmore, where this bar is serving Brick Lane’s most iconic “beigels”.
One of Sydney’s most famous cafe groups is opening a mammoth new site – and it’ll have a full-scale roastery and 200-seater restaurant.
Lakemba’s iftar market can be overwhelming – so here’s our guide to making the most of your fast-breaking feast (hint: avoid the camel burgers).
While you’re in Lakemba, hit up this eatery – it’s the only restaurant in Sydney that does cuisine from the Christmas and Cocos Islands.
Merivale is giving Sydneysiders almost half price off their drinks all month. Bottle of Veuve Clicquot for $81.60? Sign us up.
This recently opened Waterloo pub is also doing a pretty generous happy hour – we’re talking $5 Hawke’s (RIP) beers and $10 Negronis on Mondays, and $15 jugs of Young Henrys on Thursdays.
Old chefs, new tricks
This Surry Hills restaurant has two exciting new chefs on its pans – and both have very impressive CVs in tow.
Bye (for now)
A seminal Sydney restaurant is calling last orders after almost two decades. But it might not be the end.
Drink gin, do good
Until the end of May, Fever-Tree is donating $5 to the charity Malaria No More for every photo posted on social media with the tag @fevertreemixers and #malariamustdie. It’s as good an excuse as any to down a G&T.