Cross Eatery, Clarence St Sydney CBD

The other day my friend and I planned to have brunch between our shifts- we work in the city. When he asked where to go, I thought; good question, as I don’t usually brunch in the city but every where else! I hit Google for some recommendations and settled on Cross Eatery located on Clarence st Sydney. It was open and airy, built in a tower lobby, in a light and spacious area. Usually city cafes are cramped, dark and rustic, however this was modern, minimalistic and inviting. The menu was raw, rigoured and oddball ingredients. When I say that, … Continue reading Cross Eatery, Clarence St Sydney CBD

Nutella shake and Acai out west!

My first acai bowl since coming back from Hawaii ☺️ those monumental moments 🙌🏼🙌🏼 #xsespresso #ilovexsespresso #acai #brunch #sunday #sydney A post shared by Emma Hegedüs (@emmah1123) on Oct 31, 2015 at 6:44pm PDT Sharing the the acai love ! This is my first acai bowl since being back in Australia from Hawaii. Thought I’d share, because accompanying it was a Nutella shake at no other than XS espresso in Wetherill Park. Cant fault the Nutella shake- just needed a cronut hey 🙂 XS Espresso. 9a /1183-1187 The Horsley Dr, Wetherill park Mon-Fri: 6am-10pm Sat & Sun: 7am-10pm! Continue reading Nutella shake and Acai out west!

Coeliac-Friendly Hot Spots: King Henry’s Court

Originally posted on Bye, Gluten!:
My life is so hard guys. I have to go out to places, eat things and report back to you. It was a struggle, but through the blood, sweat and tears, I present you King Henry’s Court. When I arrived, I was greeted by a beautifully lit up old church. Yes, that’s the restaurant. Don’t keep walking. I almost made that mistake. Front of the building As I set foot in the venue, my eyes were immediately overwhelmed with all the little trinkets and knick knacks sprinkled around the place. I didn’t know what to look at first… Continue reading Coeliac-Friendly Hot Spots: King Henry’s Court