No, say it isn't so. Sydney won't be the same, with chef Nicholas Hill's Cumberland sausage tarte tatin exiting the Old Fitz in Woolloomooloo.
The team at Bathers' Pavilion has flipped the downturn of functions in their normally busy first-floor dining room into a positive.
Conjure the names Abla's, Tiba's and Rumi, and you are naming some of the city's most enduring and beloved restaurants.
Looking for self-care? Swaddle yourself between two slices of bread.
Killer cakes, soothing soups and local booze.
Online searches for lasagne and cookie recipes have surged in the past week as Sydneysiders look to hunker down with comfort food in the face of growing coronavirus concerns.
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The summer of hard seltzer is coming to Australia.
Some serious coin has been thrown at the refit, and the crew is promising.
The restaurateur will join an exclusive club of operators brave enough to expand under the cloud of COVID-19.