Cult tonkotsu ramen chain deliberately lands in a pocket of the CBD starting to gain traction as the most Japanese corner of Sydney.
Will the incoming metro line liven up after-work dinner and drinks?
Beautifully chewy sourdough pizza slices, Taiwanese rice bowls, Mexican street food and butter-fuelled crab ... here’s what we’ve been eating and recommending lately.
Dulwich Hill’s Lazy Thinking has transformed the former The Sausage Factory site into a music store and restaurant in one.
Riding a Japanese whisky wave, the new Circular Quay bar has assembled what it says is the biggest collection of the spirit in a Sydney venue.
Sommelier Amelia Birch is pouring a weekly rotation of wine flights, showcasing small-batch, female-led winemakers.
The 90-seat Raja on Kellett Street is serving up elevated seafood dishes including masala clams and oysters with chili, coriander, lime water and plum-spiced sweet chutney.
Enjoy old school service and pizzas hand-stretched to order at this little laneway restaurant.
Spaghetti meatballs? Tick. Garlic bread? Tick. Minestrone soup? Tick.
The fine-diner closes its Kensington Street doors, joining recent casualties such as Ele by Federico & Karl and Seta in the CBD.