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Sydney: A Food Diary

Wednesday, November 11, 2015tee

What is traveling without a foodie adventure? During our brief Sydney stint, we were able to try three different restaurants/cafes: Burger Bro?, Eat Love Pizza and Three Williams. I'd have to say overall, we enjoyed our food trip. Too bad we weren't able to try more.

Burger Bro? Hotel Chambers
53 Martin Place, CBD, Sydney
Burger Bro? - Hotel Chambers Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

An impromptu find, because we were at the area at that time. It was lunchtime and after walking around the CBD, we were getting hungry. It was easy to get a table and the wait for the food wasn't bad. Hubby enjoyed his wagyu burger, it was perfect. I had my hot wings, which were not really that spicy, but a bit on the sweet side. It was good, but the sauce was dripping - I would have preferred the sauce to be on the stickier side. The place is a good place to enjoy after-work drinks with friends, it might be pretty packed during that period.

Eat Love Pizza
IMAX Theater, 31 Wheat Road, Darling Harbour, Sydney
Eat Love Pizza Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

A friend has nothing but praises for this place and brought us here. I couldn't agree more - everything was good: from the pizza, to the shrimps, to the pasta and mussels! It was a seafood feast for us, indeed! Located at Darling Harbour, you can enjoy the view of the harbour which enjoying your food al fresco. Since it was a cold, cloudy afternoon, we opted to stay in instead. The staff was friendly and accommodating, and it was certainly pram(and kid)-friendly too. We arrived at the restaurant for a very early dinner (bub sleeps very early!) and immediately got a table. 

Three Williams
613A Elizabeth Street, Redfern, Sydney

Three Williams Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Three Williams is a few minutes walk from the Redfern station. This cafe is busy and well-loved, and there was a queue during our weekend brunch with friends. Good thing we made reservations so it was a breeze for us. A plus for families is that there's a ramp for prams so accessibility is not a problem - this is certainly something we appreciate when eating out. The seafood pasta was not spectacular, but nice. We enjoyed The Merchant, and ordered it with a hash per the waiter's recommendation. The serving size is on the smaller side, so the entrees and mains are definitely not for sharing.

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