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Wine v sake showdown at Charlie Dumpling

Matching wine and sake with dumplings is the focus of these dinners at Charlie Dumpling.

Food News | Annabel Smith | Fri Jul 11 14:52:03 EST 2014

Explore Hong Kong street food in Eastwood

Take a tour on July 19 to explore this lesser known hotspot of Cantonese cuisine.

Food News | Callan Boys | Fri Jul 11 14:43:00 EST 2014

Rockpool, Sepia and Momofuku Seiobo serve up fine dining for less

Dish it up. Steam pork bun from the restaurant Momofuku Seiobo at The Star, Pyrmont.

A trio of three hat restaurants in Sydney are now offering a bar menu.

Food News | Callan Boys | Fri Jul 11 14:39:00 EST 2014

Bastille Day 2014: French festivities around Sydney

Bastille Day at Ananas

Calling all Francophiles, Sydney's bistros are getting into the spirit of the French national day. Here are our picks. Bon appetit!

Food News | Callan Boys | Fri Jul 11 14:32:50 EST 2014

Dinner and movie deal at Dendy Opera Quays

Opera Bar tasting platter peking duck buns

A movie and tasting plate for $55 at Dendy and the Opera Bar.

Food News | Callan Boys | Fri Jul 11 14:30:50 EST 2014

Street food feasting in Lakemba

Every night during Ramadan, Lakemba's Haldon Street comes alive with some of the best street food you'll find in Sydney.

Food News | Callan Boys | Fri Jul 11 14:26:00 EST 2014

Winter brew and stew nights at Grub Food Van

Cooking duo Them Bones are popping up at Fitzroy's resident Airstream and serving a trio of midweek stews throughout winter.

Food News | Annabel Smith | Fri Jul 11 13:08:55 EST 2014

Just Open: Addict Food and Coffee

Joe Ventura (left) and Greg Brassil.

A pair of switched-on country boys brave Fitzroy's cafe ground zero with newcomer Addict Food and Coffee.

Food News | Espresso | Thu Jul 10 08:30:00 EST 2014

Kickstarter investors sink $US30,000 into potato salad project

Potato salad

Is this crowdfunding gone mad? A campaign for a single potato salad has raised $US30,000.

Food News | Eryk Bagshaw | Tue Jul 08 11:48:28 EST 2014

Seeds of rebellion in hemp sales

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Hemp seed sales are growing and claims of their health benefits are spreading. But there is an under-the-counter element to their trade, with the prospect of fines for selling a product that is...

Food News | Elissa McCallum | Tue Jul 08 03:00:00 EST 2014

Just open: All Day Donuts, Brunswick

A try of doughnuts at All Day Donuts.

Raph Rashid, founder of food trucks Beatbox Burgers and Taco Truck, is easing into his first venture-without-wheels.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Jul 08 03:00:00 EST 2014

Ben Shewry gets creative in Attica's new Test Kitchen

Testing times: Peter Gunn, left, and Ben Shewry.

There's no Heston-esque lab equipment in Ben Shewry's experimental cooking space.

Food News | Espresso | Tue Jul 08 03:00:00 EST 2014

Fraser Short, Merivale among Opera Bar contenders

As the race for the Sydney Opera House's highly lucrative Opera Bar enters the final straight, Sydney's heavy hitters are jockeying for the prize.

Food News | Short black | Mon Jul 07 23:57:16 EST 2014

Nic Whalley adds Bistro Mint to portfolio

The restaurant manager is part of the team behind Bistro Mint, which opens at The Mint museum this week.

Food News | Short black | Mon Jul 07 23:54:08 EST 2014

Diners face GST on tips after August 1

The August 1 scrapping of signatures for credit cards has waiters concerned about their back pocket.

Food News | Short black | Mon Jul 07 23:51:32 EST 2014

Matthew Bates resigns from Cafe Sydney

Cafe Sydney has confirmed its long-serving executive chef Matthew Bates has resigned.

Food News | Short black | Mon Jul 07 23:48:19 EST 2014

Paul Wilson lures chef Julien Perraudin to Salon De The

Pack away the deep-fryers, Sydney. One of the pioneers of the ''dude food'' movement is punting on a return to healthier menus.

Food News | Short black | Mon Jul 07 23:45:03 EST 2014

Eighty Eight opens in the Hunter Valley

Plenty of restaurants spawn kitchen gardens, but at Eighty Eight it's the other way around.

Food News | Short black | Mon Jul 07 23:01:26 EST 2014

Fines herbes for planting in Canberra's winter


Fines herbes have been used by French chefs over the centuries to enhance the flavour - and rightly so.

Food News | Owen Pidgeon | Mon Jul 07 17:25:00 EST 2014

Morsels: The Brodburger van returns to Belco

Joelle and Sascha Brodbeck with the much loved  BrodDogs van.

Brod fans rejoice. The Brodburger van is back and will be based at the Belconnen Westfield shopping mall car park.

Food News | Natasha Rudra | Mon Jul 07 13:34:03 EST 2014