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 Hegedües (@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

A comprehensive list of Sydney Farm to Plate restaurants

Originally posted on Sydney Food Wise Project:
We’re at it again! Always on the hunt for the places you might not know exist, yet offer you fresh produce, in the true definition of the word. Here’s the Sydney Food Wise Project list of Sydney restaurants who use locally grown produce: Abode Darling Harbour Chef: Ryan Hong   “The menu revolves around modern bistro concepts with seasonal, locally grown and sourced produce which are being used in a variety of ways. Innovative shared plates designed to bring people together and promote conversation.” Image via Instagram: @abodebistro Agapè Botany Chef: Simon Lawson “Agapé Organic™… Continue reading A comprehensive list of Sydney Farm to Plate restaurants