November 28, 2009
Strawberry & Lychee frozen yoghurt
I’m quite enjoying the rising surge of frozen yoghurt franchises – it never hurts to have healthier dessert options. This frozen yoghurt bar just started off fresh here in Oz but has been around for quite some time in the US; it’s about time we get some quality frozen yoghurt!
Unlike the others I’ve tried – Igloo Zoo and Wow Cow, the yoghurt here differentiates themselves by blending the actual fruit into the yoghurt as opposed to adding flavours and toppings, which means there are a countless number of fruity flavour combinations! I tried the recommended flavour cause I couldn’t make up my mind… which ended up to be strawberry and lychee – very delicious, but my only complaint is the frozen fruit used to blend into my yoghurt was still icy – so there was a trail of ice crystals throughout my yoghurt!
Less tangy that the others, so it’s for the ones ungame for real yoghurt.
Yogen Fruz is now closed.
680 George St
World Square, Sydney
November 25, 2009
This place is beautiful for a summery afternoon catch up with friends over a glass of wine. Located on Stanley St, it opens when the sun is setting and people are in a relaxed and carefree mood. Best thing about this wine bar is the fact that the staff are friendly and wine fanatics – they are actually knowledgeable about wine and will point you in the right direction; exactly how bar staff should be!
Get in early and ask for a seat on the balcony.
Time to Vino has now moved to 14 Kings Cross Rd, Potts Point.
Time to Vino
66 Stanley St
November 22, 2009
This little sandwich joint makes some of the best gourmet sandwiches and salads around Darlinghurst. The sandwiches are freshly toasted filled generously with fresh ingredients. Topped with friendly service, healthy juices and damn good coffee. Just keep an eye out for the peak hour, eating in can take a while…
166 Riley St
November 22, 2009
This place oozes celebrity status. And the place isn’t fancy, nor is it expensive. This little restaurant is my all time favourite pasta place – it’s the home to the best and freshest gnocchi ever. My favourite is the gnocchi boscaiola with a side serving of herb bread. Don’t be hoping for a fancy decked out restaurant – expect; a wall full of star status signatures, a cheap feed, a flame here and there with the fresh food cooked in front of you… and hope for a seat.
The Italian Bowl
255 King St