Author: Lee Tran Lam


The RundownSydney

At Nomidokoro Indigo in Darlinghurst, an Artful Evocation of Japan

If you’ve been to Japan, you’ll know it specialises in unassuming neighbourhood joints that are small in scale, yet totally…

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The Hit ListSydney

Where To Eat in November: Poly, Kiln, Umami Dojo Ramen, and More

From the reopening of Poly to the launch of Mitch Orr’s Kiln, there are many dining drawcards to look forward…

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The Hit ListSydney

Where To Eat in October: Bar Conte, Lucky Kwong, Cairo Gourmet Kitchen and More

There are plenty of new arrivals to check out, with the Nakano Darling crew opening a sake bar, Porteno’s team…

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Dish By DishSydney

Three Dishes at Maíz in Newtown Made With One Transformative Ingredient

Juan Carlos Negrete was looking for a portal to his Mexican roots, but he couldn’t find it in any Sydney…

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The Hit ListSydney

Where to Eat in September: Kabul Social, Izgara, Beckett’s, and More

From Afghan burgers to Paris-style breakfasts, Sydney’s dining scene currently offers a globe-sweeping range of dining experiences. There are new…

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Dish By DishSydney

How Izgara in Potts Point Channels Istanbul’s Legendary Grills, in Five Dishes

Izgara in Potts Point is named after the Turkish word for ‘grill’. And while smoke and char deeply mark its…

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The Hit ListSydney

Where To Eat in August: Bistro Fitz, Fontana Redfern, Tombik and More

Winter is an excellent time to chase carbs and you’ve got great reasons to twirl pasta around your fork: the…

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The Hit ListSydney

The July Hit List: Izgara, Viand, Khamsa, Shaffa, and More

Sydney’s new openings present two contrasting visions of Turkish cuisine: Izgara is a red-curtained grillhouse, compelling guests with the char…

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Resy FeaturesSydney

“I Don’t Want To Do Green Curry.” At Viand, Annita Potter Forges Her Own Path in Thai Cuisine

After a career-long education under one of the world’s biggest Thai authorities, David Thompson, Annita Potter is quietly figuring out…

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The Hit ListSydney

The June Hit List: Parlar, No 92, Mr Yu’s Noodles, and More

Don’t let the cold weather derail your plans, there are plenty of appealing reasons for dining out (or in) this…

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