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Butcher and the Farmer – and scatterbrain.

Hi hi loyal friends who still have hope I’ll someday get freebies out of this (ah if I had the energy of an Instafamous lifestyle blogger with a hefty DSLR…what a life). Who’s kidding anyone, freebies come to bloggers who spend most of their living breathing life behind a computer perfecting their metatags, their search […]

Bennelong for Fancy Bitches

Hi Hi Hiiiiiiiii! Far out I’ve missed writing silly little things on my space of the interwebs. You know this is so random but I always wonder how it would feel to be a ‘popular’ blog that’s become famed and prestigious for some reason or another. I think to myself, how would I cope with […]

I Cho Cho San You

Hello lovely humans. Welcome to my space of the interwebs I’m too lazy to post regularly on. That’s the one sentence I feel that all bloggers – no matter how many followers, posts per week or motivation to write on a constant basis – should let their readers know. Of course, there’s also overdoing it. […]

Taste of Sydney 2016

So it’s been two months since I’ve figured out I have IBS. I feel as if I am listening to my body and its needs far better than I ever have before. It’s not amazing going through this ordeal but I have this feeling that it’s not a forever thing. Positives I can think of […]

Lost in Translation

You know you’re special humans when you and the birthday girl catch an uber to a venue she booked and end up in a restaurant on the SAME street with the exact SAME name of the place you are meant to be at. I mean come ooooon. The Masuya I’m talking about is the one […]

Re: Living Up to Hype

Rarely do I ever dine at an eatery I know nothing about. Call me over-the-top but there’s no point in being spontaneous when it means there’s a waiter who often dismisses customers with kids or an overbearing chatty owner or the music is too loud and so on and so forth – I know you […]

Yayoi: Take Two

As you know, Japanese food is my religion. No wait, chocolate is. But so is Japanese food okay?! On my first trip to the glorious Yayoi a walk away from Circular Quay, I fell for its simplistic, clean decor, the theatre of the way delicate food is brought to your table and that dream-inducing rice […]