One of the absolute best brunch spots in Sydney, Reuben Hills has been serving up inventive, delicious South American food for years. In its inconspicuous location up Albion Street, the industrial style and decor seems to totally blend in with the Surry Hills atmosphere, yet surprise you at how much space the cafe holds. The ground floor eatery features polished concrete floors, exposed brick and timber beams and cosy little tables and timber chairs or the communal table down the opposite end. Food and drinks served in enamelware and vintage crockery create such a relaxed, humbling environment that settles you in for a nice long brunch with friends.
Golden Age Cinema and Bar is one of my favourite cinemas in Sydney, creating such a wonderfully cosy and warm atmosphere in the Late-Deco style. Sitting by candlelight, sipping classic cocktails at the bar, sharing delicious charcuterie, listening to tunes from the DJ or live act and munching away at a Gelato Messina choc-top once you’re nestled into your seat in the little cinema… is there a more perfect way to spend a winters night? After two splendid nights here, I can tell you that no, there is not!
Sydney’s Flour Market in August 2014 was an incredible day, celebrating Sydney’s bakers and pastry chefs who are making a landmark on the Sydney food scene. Originally a Melbourne-based event, I was thrilled for it to make its way up to Sydney! The smorgasbord of bread, cakes, tarts, doughnuts & cronuts, bagels, pastries, quiches and so much more was an utter feast for the eyes. Can’t wait for their next Sydney event!