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The Hit ListSydney

Where To Eat in February: Giuls, Alibi, Bar Copain, Fauna and More

The end of summer offers a good excuse (and apt weather) for checking out recent openings: everyone’s favourite vegan chef…

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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

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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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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GuidesSydney

14 Outstanding Sydney Restaurants For a Group Dinner

While date nights are lovely, one of the best ways to experience all that Sydney’s great restaurants have to offer…

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GuidesSydney

Where To Enjoy Outstanding Seafood in Sydney

Australia’s oceans produce some of the world’s best seafood, be it hand-harvested urchins, line-caught coral trout or farmed blue mussels.…

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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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The Hit ListSydney

The February Hit List: Bad Hombres, Ria Pizza + Wine, Foreign Return, and More

This month is about Lunar New Year feasting, whether you’re enjoying Hong Kong desserts in a tiny railway eatery or…

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The Road BackSydney

Chinatown Has Always Made Us Feel at Home. Few Know That More Than the City’s International Students.

On a regular weeknight, hole-in-the-wall noodle shops and malatang outlets would be teeming with international students, making the most of…

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The Hit ListSydney

The September Hit List: Poly, Little Lagos, XOPP, and More

You might not be able to leave the country, but the world’s cuisines are still at your doorstep. Try jollof…

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