Gibbons Street Cafe, Redfern

I always respect people who give it their all. So I’ve gibbon my all to the following post about Gibbons Street Cafe in Redfern. Gibbons Street Cafe is the next off a high quality production line of cafes featuring high quality produce. Featuring a strong Thai influence doing a funky fusion dance with Australian brunch […]

Cuppaflower, Waterloo

You can always tell how badly your friends have screwed up just by observing the size of the bouquets they were purchasing after work. Sure, some were being proactive and buying nice flowers for the Hell of it but few people splash out for $120 rose collections on random Wednesdays. I once saw a buddy of mine splash […]

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Belly Bao, CBD

A long time ago, in a galaxy that much resembles our own; a group of high school boys sat around a table at a Vietnamese restaurants. The boys meant well but were having an incredibly vulgar conversation about girls. Let’s present a highly edited version that won’t get me thrown out of the community: Boy […]

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Tokonoma, Circular Quay

I loved a Japanese girl once. But enough about Sailor Moon. There was another Japanese girl that I sort of, kinda liked as well. Unfortunately, things didn’t work out but I thought I would use my blog’s real estate to say this. Toko,noma-tter what happens to our lives from here on out; I’ll always think […]

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Edition Coffee Roasters, Darlinghurst

It’s the remix to Edition. Hot and fresh out the kitchen iFat rolling that blog got every man in here wishin’ Sippin on a cafe latte, I’m like so what I’m up. It’s the freaking weekend baby, I’m about too have me some fun: Edition Coffee Roasters in Darlinghurst has been sitting on my list […]

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Belle’s Hot Chicken, Barangaroo

Have you ever met someone who makes you feel like they’ve cast a spell upon you? You have? Well, I haven’t and I don’t plan to. I rather they cast a bucket of Belle’s on me. After single-handedly keeping Barangaroo from resembling a zombie wasteland with their pop-up, Belle’s Hot Chicken have now opened a full blown […]

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Sokyo Breakfast, Pyrmont

My parents and I have been through Hell and high waters together. But I’m not going to get into that, I’m going to talk about the hardest conversation I’ve ever had with them. I’m going to talk about the time I tried to explain the economic concept of ‘sunk cost.’ For those that don’t know, […]

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Skittle Lane, CBD

Have I ever told you guys about the first time I tried to cook? My mother was in the process of preparing dinner and I nominated myself as her sous chef. By that point in time, I had seen enough cooking shows to build up a false sense of confidence in my budding skills as […]

Petal Met Sugar, Woolloomooloo

For every generation, there are things that happen which make you realise that you’re not as young as you think you are anymore. Everything seems more expensive, schoolkids start looking like adults, the days all seem to blur together and your body just isn’t as spry as it used to be. Also, all pop music starts […]

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Kensington Street Social, Chippendale

Once upon a time, being near Kensington meant I was on my way to class. Admittedly, my attendance during my tertiary education was quite low. I was too busy not going to uni to actually go to uni, you’re not going to believe this but my low-attendance methods resulted in two degrees (man, I hope […]

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Shortstop Sydney, Barangaroo

My parents were never big on giving me advice, they tend to teach via example. I learned about work ethic from them when they were leaving for their jobs before I woke up, I learned about the value of saving when I saw my mother regularly fish out silver coins that had fallen underneath my bed […]