Author: Lee Tran Lam


The Road BackSydney

Between Shifts at Ezra, Eun Hee An Bottles Korean Magic For Sydneysiders

It’s summer and Eun Hee An is thinking about white peach and shiso pickles. It’s something the chef might bottle…

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The Hit ListSydney

The February Hit List: Jane, Bay Nine Omakase, Bones Ramen, and More

Yes, 2022 gave us a shaky start, but that hasn’t stopped new venues from emerging. There’s a new omakase joint…

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The Hit ListSydney

The January Hit List: Londres 126, Loulou, Ante, My Zakaya, and More

If you missed some of the new ventures that opened in 2021, now’s a good time to get acquainted with…

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Chef FeaturesSydney

Authentic Enough For Whom? O Tama Carey Has a Lifetime of Knowledge, And More

O Tama Carey’s Sri Lankan roots haven’t protected her from feeling “fraudulent” about serving the island country’s cuisine. But after…

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The Hit ListSydney

Best of The Hit List: Maiz, Cafe Freda’s, Amah by Ho Jiak, and More

Any year that brings new openings by Kylie Kwong, Federico Zanellato, Giorgio de Maria and Junda Khoo could be considered…

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The Road BackSydney

“You Can Just Feel The Energy.” Bloodwood and Claire Van Vuuren Are Making Up For Lost Time

The pandemic started just as Bloodwood celebrated its 10th birthday. After a second lockdown that nearly claimed the Newtown restaurant,…

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The Hit ListSydney

The November Hit List: Baba’s Place, Ursula’s, Sáng by Mabasa, and More

Eateries that were interrupted by the recent lockdown (Baba’s Place, Ursula’s) are finally getting a chance to flex their long-planned…

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The Hit ListSydney

The October Hit List: Little Lagos, Santa Catarina, Charcoal Fish, and More

After three tough months of lockdown, October offers a lot to look forward to. There’s the very wholesome allure of…

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The Hit ListSydney

The September Hit List: Shaffa, Casa Merida, Damascus, Don’t Doughnuts, and More

The world might seem a lot smaller, thanks to lockdown, but Sydney’s eateries offer so many border-crossing possibilities and transporting…

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At Home Hit ListSydney

The August At-Home Hit List: Re, Maiz, Mother Chu’s Taiwanese Gourmet, and More

Lockdown might roll through August, but there are plenty of ways to support your favourite hospitality venues. Sure, they’re still…

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