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Grazing at Gundaroo

Grazing Restaurant resides in a refurbished 1865 country hotel. We’ve eaten here a few times and have had similar experiences each time and the most important thing to note for a restaurant, is that the food has always been excellent. As we walked in, we were offered a choice of two tables and the benefits… Read more »

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Mövenpick Ice-Cream at Kingston Foreshore

Have you ever been offered all the dessert you can eat? That is my idea of heaven… and that is exactly what I got to do, with a few other Canberra food bloggers. Sid, who owns and manages Mövenpick at the Kingston Foreshore, invited us to try Mövenpick’s new winter menu. It was so good that… Read more »

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The Butcher, The Baker and The Merrymaker at Pialligo Estate

Pialligo Estate are running a series of events, from the 1st to the 31st of July, around the theme The Butcher, The Baker and The Merrymaker. The idea is to capture the essence of the Northern Hemisphere, complete with all the trimmings of a European Christmas – think Glühwein, Schnapps, Christmas pudding, glazed ham and fine wine. In… Read more »

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Les Bistronomes

Not too long ago a good friend on mine posted a photo from her Instagram account of a wonderful meal she had at Les Bistronomes. As soon as I saw it, I knew I had to go there. Fast forward a couple of months and I still hadn’t managed to get there, instead I was taking… Read more »

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Rockpool Est.1989

Tucked away in the heritage Burns Philp building in Bridge Street Sydney, Rockpool would be one of Sydney’s hidden gems, except that it is Rockpool. Rockpool has a list of awards that just keeps going. Australian Gourmet Traveller has proclaimed it as Australia’s no.2 ranked restaurant, it was awarded three hats by the Sydney Morning Herald… Read more »