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Re-offenders come clean

The large and bustling Kam Fook restaurant in Chatswood is Sydney's worst serial offender still operating on the Food Authority's Name and Shame register.

Food News | Esther Han | Sun Apr 07 02:00:00 EST 2013

For goodness sake, fast food revolution is on a roll

Healthy fast food revolution.

An appetite for health-conscious hipster food in a hurry is spawning a new breed of fast-food chains where diners are more likely to find pho and fajitas than french fries.

Food News | Rachel Wells | Sun Apr 07 02:00:00 EST 2013

Have a coffee and buy one for the needy

Suspended coffee movement.

It began in Naples about 10 years ago, now there are calls for Australian cafes to offer 'suspended coffee'.

Food News | Matt Holden | Sat Apr 06 03:00:00 EST 2013

What's in season this week

The earliest of the new season's imperial mandarins have arrived from Queensland.

Food News | Robin Powell | Fri Apr 05 09:53:24 EST 2013

Senyai chef Nu takes flight - already

Chef Nu on the right and colleague in his reastaurant Nu's at 178 Blues Point Rd in McMahons Point Wednesday November 1, 2006.SMH GOOD LIVING Photo by Domino Postiglione

Only a couple of months after Nu Suandokmai's name hit the headlines, garnering several reviews for his part in the opening of Senyai restaurant in the city centre, the talented chef has departed.

Food News | Short black | Fri Apr 05 09:25:34 EST 2013

New beer takes the piss out of Carlton

A local brewery is doing its best to stir up some old-school territorial warfare.

Food News | Jane Holroyd | Fri Apr 05 09:00:30 EST 2013

What recession? Wine nuts go wild over top drops

The 2008 Penfolds Grange has just been released.  THE AGE . news . 03 APRIL 2013 .

Sell-out wine masterclasses a sign of the times.

Food News | Mark Hawthorne | Fri Apr 05 06:00:30 EST 2013

Juan More food truck for Brisbane

Juan More Taco will soon hit Brisbane's streets.

Brisbane's food truck population is expanding, with the newest due to hit our streets in about eight weeks.

Food News | Natascha Mirosch | Thu Apr 04 16:18:40 EST 2013

Rugby Club to go Spanish

Ole's pulpo con chorizo will soon be available at Eagle Street Pier.

The old Queensland Rugby Club site, at the Eagle Street Pier in Brisbane's central business district, has finally been leased.

Food News | Natascha Mirosch | Thu Apr 04 15:13:20 EST 2013

New restaurant lands in airport precinct

With Danks Street Depot and the team from Bambini Trust running operations at Sydney Airport, the food there has been on the improve in recent years.

Food News | Short black | Thu Apr 04 12:26:02 EST 2013

Sydney chefs do the hot-shoe shuffle

Good Living... Picture shows  chef paul mcgrath test driving the breville wizzer...photograph by Edwina Pickles.taken on 17th Nov 2006..

Sydney can be relied on for two things: regular restaurant openings and the chef hot-shoe shuffle.

Food News | Short black | Thu Apr 04 09:39:15 EST 2013

Big cheese plan for Brisbane

Milk the Cow is a cheese and wine bar in Fitzroy Street St Kilda.  The Age. Photo: Angela Wylie. January 22 2013.

A businessman has ambitious plans to set up in Brisbane what he hopes will be Australia's best cheese shop.

Food News | Natascha Mirosch | Thu Apr 04 06:00:10 EST 2013

What's on April: in and around Sydney

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Pic. Gary Medlicott. The Age. Epicure. Greek wine story.
Angie Giannakodakis at The Press Club,72 Flinders St. Melbourne.

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A wrap-up of some of the food, wine and beer events in and around Sydney this month.

Food News | | Wed Apr 03 15:48:56 EST 2013

Community cuisine specialising in compassion

Devonshire Tea Cafe, Surry Hills. Devonshire Tea - A pair of fresh scones, jam and whipped cream served with a pot of tea and the Flourless Orange and almond cake. Photo by Brianne Makin

It sits shoulder to shoulder with some of Sydney's trendiest cafes and fine dining restaurants, but once a month on market day it's the Devonshire tea at the humble neighbourhood centre that draws...

Food News,Eat Out | Inga Ting | Wed Apr 03 09:32:40 EST 2013

Delia has it made with Maha deal

Shane Delia.

Chef Shane Delia splits with the Made Establishment group, which includes his mate George Calombaris.

Food News | Hilary McNevin | Wed Apr 03 09:12:10 EST 2013

The chef, the publican and the Bondi waterfront deal

Pete Evans

My Kitchen Rules judge Pete Evans and publican Fraser Short have teamed up in the hope of serving the food at Bondi's newest waterfront venue.

Food News | Short black | Wed Apr 03 03:00:00 EST 2013

The farmer comes to town

Tim Wyatt from Angelica Organic farm.

As much as farmers would like us to savour their best produce, events seem to conspire against them. Supermarkets squeeze their profit margins and mix their meat with other producers' cuts.

Food News | John Thistleton | Wed Apr 03 03:00:00 EST 2013

Hot pies going cold

Hot pies getting cold.

The meat pie has always been a strong contender in debates about Australia's national dish. But its popularity has fallen in the past two years among service station and convenience store customers.

Food News | Esther Han | Tue Apr 02 21:45:40 EST 2013

My Mexican Cousin is finished

My Mexican Cousin in the Melbourne Recital Centre is no more.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Apr 02 08:00:00 EST 2013

New owners at Schoolhouse Cafe

Brighton's Schoolhouse Cafe has new owners.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Apr 02 08:00:00 EST 2013