Tuesday, April 24, 2012

Reuben Hills, Surry Hills


Bondi that sunny morning!
During a much needed break, my friend Adara and I first headed to Bondi for a swim at Iceberg's. It's such a lovely place and the weather was absolutely terrific. The thing was.. the pool was so chilly even though it was sunny, it was so cold it made my whole body numb. And it hardly went away even after swimming a fair number of laps.

I love how industrial the feel of place is.
After that gruelling swim, we went to Reuben Hills. It's the place to be these days! A lot of people will term the place hipster- it's hip and happening.

Friday, April 20, 2012


I love my gelato. It's on of the top things on my dessert list.* I've been to my fair share of places, but I've got to say THIS ONE is right on top of the list. Never has any other gelato been so creamy, fresh, and accurate with their flavours. This one is for keeps. 

Just some of the flavours that they have.
After the first time I've visited, I'm guilty of heading there over and over just to see what's new to try on the menu or whatever would pick my interest. The specials that are listed on the board are absolutely as imaginative as gelato could possibly get. You'll definitely understand why shortly.

Saturday, April 7, 2012

Petaling Street Malaysian Hawker Food, Sydney

I completely forgot to take a picture of the frontage so I had to grab one off Google! Credits to Obese Baby. Petaling Street is near the Chinatown end of George Street, near Crocodile Senior Thai. 

I've been to Malaysia once in 2008 if I'm not mistaken, and it was such a good trip. Every night we'd head out to the night markets and have some tasty greasy street food. Noodles were the highlight. There ain't nothing like it! It's a staple over there! There's no way that you'd have a meal without them! 

Petaling Street Style Short Rice Noodle in Claypot- $11.50
Minced pork, Chinese mushroom & rice drop noodle in clay pot.

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