If you’re feeling like sushi, but want a little bit more than just a row of rolls, then why not try a Japanese Bento Box – a lunchbox of sorts that has everything from meats to salads and rice. Continue reading →
Having had a late breakfast, and it being a scorcher of a Sydney day, I decided that my lunchtime experience should be that of a dessert.
Walking down Bondi Road, I noticed that there aren’t actually a lot of dessert specialising places. There are offcourse café’s that sell deserts and bakeries that have the odd cup cake, but what really tickled my fancy at 36 degrees Celsius was ice-cream. Continue reading →
This might sound a little strange, but their’s something almost natural about going into an organic shop that’s housed in a stripped down place where the ground is still grey and most of the products are displayed in their cartons.
Located just around the corner from the grand Westfield Bondi Junction is the humble Waverley Library. Whilst most would visit it either for pre-examination study (read social centre for uniformed teenagers), or to recapture a sense of their previous lives by borrowing books in their first language, I came here for the culture.
Luxe Bar has one of the prime spots in Westfield Bondi Junction: they are the ones you see before and after catching a movie and thus tempt you with a bottle of this or a plate of that, each and every time. Hearing great stories about their famous burgers, I thought it was time for me to go gourmet and order what sounded like the most delicious (and upperclass) burger that they had: the Truffle Burger.
The House of Chocolates is a small shop towards the end of Bondi Road that sits neatly on a strip of land shared by the cool cats of Bondi – The Flying Squirrel, The Health Emporium, The Stuffed Beaver and a tattoo shop. With it’s pink neon sign alight and an array of chocolate in the window enticing the sugar lovers to come in, this little love nest attracts it’s fair share of kittens too. Continue reading →