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Cool Summers at Sydney’s Top Gelato’s Shops

Saturday, December 7th, 2013

Summer is the season when the sun gets to shine brightly and the entire place becomes fiercely warm. When the weather is too hot, you will always feel very uncomfortable especially in the absence of air conditioners. So what does one do? Simple. Of course you must do something that will keep the balmy feeling at bay.

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Whatever is the season in Sydney, it is always a place to go. Yes, even if the temperature is quite high you shall not miss its splendor and magnificence. Summer travelers in Sydney will find relief the moment they step inside one of the following gelato shops. They will not only be relieved from the hotness of the weather but their taste buds will take delight with their exquisite gelatos.

• Cremeria de Luca

Formerly known as Gelateria De Luca which closed in 2009, the once-again-famous gelato station has been revived by its owners and is now known to be Cremeria de Luca. The rebirth of the ice cream and gelato boutique makes it even more promising and one of the most sought-after gelato stores to go to. Get to taste their unique flavors such as lime ginger coconut, chilli chocolate and rose petal.

• Cow and the Moon Gelato Bar

From morning to late night delights, Cow and the Moon Gelato Bar can keep you seated and satisfied. From their excellently made coffee in the morning to all sorts of sweets they serve until the evening, they can definitely keep your taste buds happy and keep you from feeling warm.

• Bar Italia

Enjoy the traditional Italian desserts like panna cotta, zabaglione and tiramisu. And oh, don’t forget to order and get to taste each of their gelato flavors like coffee, lime and chocolate, among others. You will never regret you did!

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• Pompei’s

Pompei is not only known for their scrumptious pizza, their gelatos are a sure win too. After you have ordered all their richly flavored pizza, your dessert should be no other than gelato.
As you take delight in lowering the heat by eating gelatos, enjoy the sugar rush as well. Happy gelato feast in Sydney!

Gelato for the dessert, and what’s for the main course? How about some spitroast? Too late to cook? You can have it done by the experts at South Western Sydney Spit Roast Catering.

Award-Winning Summer Restaurants in Australia

Friday, December 6th, 2013

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There are many different kinds of travelers. Some people travel to be acquainted with the culture and tradition of a particular place, while others travel to shop ‘til they drop. There are also those who go places to do restaurant and bar hopping. The last kind of traveler is obviously drawn to food or whatever can satisfy their taste buds, that’s why they take a trip to places and get the taste of the dishes they’they’ve got.

Whatever kind of traveler you are, if you happen to be in Sydney on a summer, you shouldn’t dare miss the following restaurants or your vacation will never be complete.

• Izakaya Fujiyama

As the name itself suggests, the restaurant is owned by a Japanese national, but Japanese dishes do not dominate here. Actually their famous plate is KFC or Kenji’s Fried Chicken which is best paired with the Japanese rice wine or sake. Other best sellers are the glazed beef ribs and the tuna jaw. All of which are the perfect match of Fujiyama’s liquors.

• Sean’s Panorama

Indeed, this restaurant is a sure win. It offers a breath-taking view of the sea where surfers play with the waves. Not only will you enjoy looking at dolphins and surfers but the food of course. From the entrees to desserts, all are excellently and deliciously prepared by Sean’s Panorama’s chef.

• 10 William Street

One of the key factors why a restaurant is famous is because of the chef manning the kitchen and waving magic into your dishes. The person behind the mouth-watering foods at 10 William Street is no other than Chef Daniel Pepperell. The restaurant’s sardine fillet and pickled celery and radish are something you ought to try and experience the cocktail of flavors bursting in your mouth.

• Marque

When you get to hear of Marque, perhaps Aussies would immediately say “crab custard!” Yes, crab custard is one of the best sellers in this restaurant. The moment a slice of the crab touches your tongue, there will be twists of flavors and it’s simply amazing you’ll definitely dance in delight.

Want to enjoy the summer with some hot and delish spitroast? You can have it right at home without having to use up your energy in going to restaurants that serve it. At St George District Spit Roast Catering, you can have this sumptuous and award-winning dish right in front of your doorstep.

Summer Chillin’ at Sydney’s Best Cafes

Thursday, December 5th, 2013

Cafes saturate the world. Wherever you go, you can always find a café somewhere in the road serving light meals and coffee. Why have cafes become so famous? Perhaps it is because cafes are comfort places. Students love to do their project-making and studying here; professionals would come here to do some of their paperwork and relax a bit; and old people do much of their readings in a café.

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Coffee bars are places that can calm you down despite the stress building up in you; hence it is the place everybody rushes to. Or even in your non-stressful days, you still go to a café to chill out especially in seasons where there is no so much strain, like summer.

What are the best cafes to hang out and be idle even just for a couple of hours during summer in Sydney? Here are the top 3 best cafes in Australia’s capital:

Paramount Coffee Project

The filter bar that adorns the café is an area you can be gladly seated. While you read your papers or open your laptops and other gadgets, someone is making your coffee in front of you. Feels just like home, right? And oh, their waffles are a must-try!

West Juliett

Even if you have to wait for a little while when the tables are all occupied, it’s all worth it. West Juliett gets their eggs and other mainstay ingredients from a farmer in Wyong. They too make their own yoghurt which makes their blends unique and tasteful. Make sure you will never leave West Juliett without eating their heavenly chocolate-chip cookies.

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Excelsior Jones

One word for Excelsior Jones: MILKSHAKE. Yes, from the common milkshake flavor like choco or vanilla to the ‘a little weird’ one like lime, you can get them all here. And they all taste excellent! You shall not miss their mini pan cakes as well topped with decadent strawberries.

It’s really very refreshing to take a sip of your favorite cold coffee in the hot summer day. Also, it is a great season to hold a fun party outdoor with mouthwatering barbecues and spitroast. Don’t want to sweat out? You can order these sumptuous spitroasts from Southern Sydney Spit Roast Catering

The Top 5 Korean Restaurants in Australia

Thursday, November 28th, 2013

It is really inevitable that while you are in some parts of the world like Australia, your taste buds will make you desire for something Korean. Wouldn’t you feel frustrated and depressed if your cravings won’t be satisfied?

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If you happen to be in Australia and you are looking for mouthwatering Korean foods, here is a list of Korean restaurants you may wish to visit:

• LIVE Korean Restaurant

If you are yearning for Korean food and very hungry at the same time, LIVE Korean Restaurant located at Shop 1-4, 1-7 Albion Place, Sydney, New South Wales is the one for you. They’ve got an Eat All You Can buffet at only $22. You’ll get justice for spending your $22 because they’ve got a wide variety of Korean dishes on the table and they’re all done exceptionally well. Feed your stomach, satisfy your tongue.

• Seoul-Ria

They take pride in their Japchae, a Korean dish whose main ingredient is a noodle made from sweet potatoes. This actually makes it original and tastier. It is usually topped with different kinds of vegetables. So if you happen to be a vegetable love, this one will perfectly suit your taste buds. Seoul-Ria is situated at 2/605 George St, Sydney, New South Wales.

• Sydney Madang Restaurant

Located at 71A Pitt St. (Liverpool St.), Sydney, Sydney Madang Restaurant garnered a lot of positive feedbacks from its diners, giving especially high praises to their Korean BBQ dish. Their seafood pancake and bulgogi are also a hit.

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• Min Sok Chon

Their hot plates are hot! Yes, locals and tourists love their hot plates- be it spicy pork, spicy beef or spicy chicken. They are all undeniably flavorful. Samgyeopsal, one of the famous Korean foods, is also a box-office hit here. It is a grilled slice of pork belly meat which is usually wrapped in sangchu (known as the Korean term of lettuce) and then dipped in a special kind of Korean sauce. Min Sok Chon can be found at 116 Liverpool St, Sydney, NSW.

• Heaven and Earth

If you are on a budget, this will be your safe haven. Situated at 96 Liverpool St Sydney, NSW, Heaven and Earth serve the best tasting Korean foods at very friendly and economic prices. You will definitely get more than what you paid for. The dishes are impressive taste-wise.

You can have all the Korean dishes you like when you are in these restaurants. But, what if you want to hold a party serving all Korean food? Good news! You can always call the expert Sydney caterers to help you with it. Whether you want it Korean or the traditional spit roast, call Northern Sydney Spit Roast Catering.

Today’s Craving: Sushi and Sashimi

Wednesday, November 27th, 2013

Australia is a gigantic arena of great foods. Restaurants are everywhere and people can freely choose what kind of food they wanna eat- Korean, Japanese, American, Chinese and the list goes on. After eating all of Australia’s famous dishes and if your craving for other country’s best starts to kick in, shop for eating places that will suit your preference.

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If you wish to eat sushi, sashimi and all things Japanese, here are the top 4 Japanese restaurants that serve the best sushi and sashimi in Australia’s capital city.

• Niji Sushi Bar

Located at 333 Anzac Parade, Kingsford, Niji restaurant is such a delight in the eye with its vast space and the enticing procession of sushi that surrounds the entire open kitchen. Their Sashimi 21 which includes 3 pieces of cuttlefish, kingfish, scallops, snapper, tuna and their special fish for the day is also a must-try.

• Yoshii

A Japanese restaurant named after the renowned owner and master creator of its sushi, Yoshii Ryuichi, is situated at 115 Harrington Street, The Rocks. The place gives all the diners a plush ambiance. But of course the highlight of going here is the sushi and sashimi course you will definitely enjoy.

• Sokyo

When you talk about sushi, sashimi, sophistication and Sydney, then you must be talking about Sokyo. Sokyo is one of the posh Japanese restaurants in Australia’s capital located at The Star, 80 Pyrmont Street, Pyrmont. You can choose a variety of Japanese dishes from the menu but make sure you won’t miss its specialty, the sushi and sashimi.

• Izakaya Fujiyama

Although their Kingfish Nuta paired with tortilla chips is what they really boast from all the food in the menu, their sushi and sashimi, which can never be absent in a Japanese restaurant’s food list, are a hit too because they’re excellently done. Izakaya Fujiyama is situated at Shop G09, 38-52 Waterloo Street Surry Hills.

Want some sushi and sashimi on your party? Talk to the professional Sydney caterers today like Macarthur – Liverpool Spit Roast Catering who can cater not only the best Japanese cuisine but also the best spit roast in Australia.

Affordable yet Tasteful Pastas Served in Sydney

Tuesday, November 19th, 2013

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Pasta lover? There are too many restaurants in Sydney bragging about how sumptuous their pasta dishes are. However, there are only a few that Sydney people and even outside Sydney people recommend. These Italian delicacies are not only tasteful but also friendly on the pocket. Here are some of it in case you want to try them today.

Spaghetti Alle Coze. This is one of the specialties of A Tavola. The best part about this pasta dish is that it does not only look enticing and delicious. It is also beautifully designed, and they serve handmade pasta! Spaghetti alle coze is in fact traditional pasta in Italy, but A Tavola in Sydney gives justice to it. Not only have they served alle coze, all the other pastas in their menu are all worth the try. Going out on a date but on a tight budget? Be sure you drop by this place, and you won’t surely get disappointed.

Gnocchi with Gorgonzola. This mouthwatering creamy, soft and super tasting gnocchi is such a heaven when it’s from II Baretto. It is a perfect match with red wine making it a top favorite in the restaurant. The taste of all dishes as well as the ambiance offers rich Roman experience while in the Bourke Street.

Malloreddus with Sausage Ragu. Where to get this? Head on the Popolo. This place has the irresistible fresh tomato with classic sausage ragu on the Sardinian gnocchetti. Go with your friends, family or special someone. Make sure you stop by the place and enjoy every bite of its pasta dishes. You might as well try Fregola.

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Want some Italian dishes on your party? Enjoy the pasta perfection with the best caterers in Australia. How about some spit roast? Pasta or spit roast, South Western Sydney Spit Roast Catering is the one to trust.

Today’s Craving: Roasted Chicken

Thursday, November 14th, 2013

What are your cravings today? Perhaps your taste buds badly needs something flavorful – salty, sweet and a little spicy at the same time? Well then, it must be roasted chicken that you are looking for.

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Don’t worry, Australians chefs make tastiest roast you can ever eat! Get the best roasted chicken in Sydney from the following food stations:

Bar Mattino during Sundays. In Bar Mattino, you do not only get a tasty roasted chicken. Some side dishes are included in your $24 menu. Aside from a half sized roasted chicken, roasted tatties are also served. You also get a some stuffing cake (grilled), mashed pumpkin and cabbages. Of course, your roasted chicken menu will not be complete without the gravy!

Rockpool Bar and Grill. Their roasted chicken menu must be real good for they are becoming famous. In less than $40 dollars, you can have a specially roasted whole chicken. Enjoy it with friends or family members!

Low 302. You can get a whole chicken for about $20! You will also get 2 side dishes aside from the yummy chicken! Why not get the table near the veranda so that you can have both a good view as you eat your meal? Roasted chicken meal at Low 302 is both economical yet very tasty!

PJ O’Briens. They offer other roasted meals too but you must not miss the roasted chicken!

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Four in Hand. It is a famous roasting house! Find chicken, pork, beef and even lambs here! They really taste good and served with some other tasty side dishes.

Bistrode CBD. Another popular choice! If people in Australia want some quality roast, they come to Bistrode CBD, they never get disappointed.

But what if you do not have the time to go to these places? Don’t worry! You can always call Southern Sydney Spit Roast Catering.

Top Floating Restaurants in Australia

Wednesday, November 13th, 2013

It is true that Australia offers good food. In the same light, Australia is also gifted with picturesque scenery as one can enjoy the coastal breeze and the beautiful lights. We have to admit that dinning along the coast, over viewing the seagulls and the watching the white waves as you eat can be priceless. However, Australia can offer you for more. Dine at top floating restaurants in Australia and have the best meal in your life.

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Top floating restaurants in Australia are the following:

The Boathouse Floating Restaurant. We are not talking here about a small sized boat floating over the coastal waters. The Boathouse Floating Restaurant is a very big ship that can accommodate several of guests and serves the best food as far as Australian cuisine is concerned. They are known to offer not just good food but they also pride for their excellent customer service. Normally, bookings will be recommended but a few consumers would attest to the fact that the floating restaurant would be willing to accommodate wake in guests. A perfect dinner date can be set here.

South Steyne Floating Restaurant. Another is the South Steyne Floating Restaurant if you happen to visit Darling Harbour. The old ferry sets a good environment for those people who love to just sit back and relax. Enjoy your meal as you sail through the waters. The food menus also reasonably priced.

Sydney Harbour Cruises. Going out for a date or taking someone special with you for dinner? Do not settle for any ordinary restaurant in Sydney. The Sydney Harbour Cruises will help you make everything special and romantic. You do not need to do anything other than to have a reservation and have the best meal for that night. Actually, you can never run out of something romantic to do in Sydney.

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If you want to experience having a sumptuous dinner at home with the same quality of dishes served in those floating restaurants, get help from Inner West Sydney Spit Roast Catering.