To most wanderers, including us, food is crucial. It is not just nourishment to a dreary soul, but an important element to complete a holistic, great journey. Through food, one can understand and learn the culture and tradition a certain destination has. It depicts not only the different flavours of the society you are assimilating in, but includes the various entities that are indigenous to them. Additionally, food makes an amazing experience, especially when one shares the savour and aroma with people we dearly treasure.

In this part of our blog, we will give you insights to most of our ultimate choices when it comes to restaurants, food alleys, snack bars, ice cream parlours, and even cafes. This is why we call it ‘FoodTrips’ to encompass everything and anything that we love to eat and drink.

Food, Fashion and Crafts at Paddington Markets
Lee La Restaurant: Thai Cuisine at its Best
Mammas – Italian’s Best Kept Secret in Sydney
Y2K Bug
When in Bondi Cool Down at Mövenpick
Fine Food King – A Great Find In Parramatta
A Taiwanese Restaurant Named Sunflower
Craving A Gelato In Sydney
Does ‘Bento Express’ Live Up To Its Name?
Poporo: Bento with Gusto
Salsa’s: A Cheap Mexican Deli
LaMesa Restaurant: A Philippine Culinary Experience
Spotting A Great Restaurant 101
Joseph’s Bakery – A Delight in the Inner West
The Sea Bay Restaurant at the Heart of the City
Curry on a Hurry!


2 thoughts on “FoodTrips

  1. Nice photo! Did you have it all for breakfast? I agree. Tasting food is crucial to learn the culture and traditions. I am sometimes on a diet when travelling and my friends say “If you don’t wanna eat local food, go back home!!!” I always break my rules then 🙂

    Posted by agnesstramp | October 15, 2012, 5:56 PM

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