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Lee La Restaurant: Thai Cuisine at its Best

In a city where numerous restaurants catering to various palates, the BudgetWanderers have a strong craving for Asian cuisine in general and tries anything in an Asian menu and would definitely return for more. Amongst the restaurants, we frequent is the Thai restaurant, Lee La. Lee La Restaurant boasts of mouth-watering and savoury Thai-dishes without … Continue reading

Food, Fashion and Crafts at Paddington Markets

Community markets are vast in Sydney. Amongst those which attract the most crowd is the Glebe Markets and Paddington Markets. We have featured Glebe Markets in a past post entitled “Glebe Markets: A Market with Traditional Twist”. This time, we are featuring another well-known community bazaar, the Paddington Markets, which seats in one of the … Continue reading

Robertson, NSW: Unravelling Southern Highland’s Kept Secret

The Southern Highland is known for its lush green landscape and winery. Amongst the many townships in this region, a particular large village that seats on an elevated plateau is the town of Robertson. Near the railway station is the Robertson Common, a remembrance park where a Memorial to the Railway Workers can be seen. … Continue reading

Mammas – Italian’s Best Kept Secret in Sydney

Pasta and pizza are two of the Italian’s renowned gastronomic repertoire that the whole world has ever had. In Sydney, numerous Italian restaurants have flourished in its every nook and corner. However, the best we have tried so far is Mammas Pizza and Pasta Bar. This restaurant, located at the heart of the metropolis, specializes … Continue reading

Y2K Bug

For those who have lived and witnessed the ‘post-apocalyptic- technological’ Y2K bug of the new millennium, this post may not be what you are looking forward to read about. It’s more of the “bug”, which Y2K Supercafe has given us, when we had our first cold snack with them. However, the “bug” we are raving … Continue reading

When in Bondi Cool Down at Mövenpick

As the scorching heat breaks into the breathtaking view of Bondi Beach at midday, why not cool down at one of the Bondi’s delectable ice cream parlours – Mövenpick. With numerous mouth-watering and colourful ranges of ice creams to choose from, it is no wonder that Mövenpick will make your day at the beach worthwhile. … Continue reading

Fine Food King – A Great Find In Parramatta

Not your typical fine dining restaurant but this budget-friendly diner has its take to be one of the best Chinese culinary restaurants in the city of Parramatta. Fine Food King is a great restaurant find for those who are clamouring for the taste of authentic Chinese dishes without the highly price tag that goes with … Continue reading

A Taiwanese Restaurant Named Sunflower

Great tasting and budget-friendly feasts are what makes a wanderer go further. Food that brings about the different flavour and taste of authentic cuisine is one that gives a trek its worth and substance. Thus, our recent food trips in one of the most popular suburbs near Sydney CBD – the illustrious suburb of Ultimo, … Continue reading

Craving A Gelato In Sydney

Having just a few weeks before we usher in the spring season (That is for us, Down Under!), Sean and I have been longing for a taste of a cold, luscious and sweet-tasting gelato from our favourite snack bar in one of the corners of George Street. Gelatissimo, an authentic Italian gelateria, is one of … Continue reading

Does ‘Bento Express’ Live Up To Its Name?

One of the newest Japanese restaurants in the centre of Sydney CBD is Bento Express located at Kent Street. This small but cozy, aesthetically modern Japanese restaurant offering authentic Japanese cuisine is a newbie in town. It is thus, understandable that when we went and dined in this place we were amongst its first clients … Continue reading

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