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About plate3quartersfull

I love all things food and I believe there is no such thing as the perfect meal. It's the diversity in food and the surprises met with every bite that makes food a drug for the senses.

Peacock Trattoria

‘Old Money’: That’s the phrase used to describe Kyle Bay, a small waterfront pocket on the Georges River known for its mansions and well kept gardens, not its culinary offerings. However, nestled in the middle of a four shop commercial … Continue reading

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Spicy Tuna Tartare

Now I realise my blog has made a slight turn to recipes rather than restaurant reviews but when one is operating on a tight budget, I have proof that there is no excuse for eating bad food. Cooking at home … Continue reading

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Peach and almond upside-down cake

I was met with a dilemma the other day. I needed to go grocery shopping and it was late at night so the only place open was *insert name of mega grocery chain here*. Out of convenience, I bought my … Continue reading

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What a delightful slice

Yes, excuse the pun but my Turkish delight slice is a delectably decadent delight. Turkish delight, next to liquorice, is one of my favourite stand alone flavours. It is delicious on its own, in rocky road and I thought- why not as a … Continue reading

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Harry’s Pies

Along with kangaroos and vegemite, the crispy, golden meat pie is a world-renowned Australian icon. More locally, Harry’s Café de Wheels is an iconic Sydney establishment that lures in both locals and tourists who are eager to taste what it … Continue reading

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LL Wine and Dine, Potts Point

Tucked away in the labyrinth of Potts Point, is Ll Wine and Dine; a quirky restaurant that celebrates new Sydney food diversity with old Sydney history. In 2010, inspired by the Hong Kong bar scene, brothers Matt, Tim and Chris … Continue reading

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Bearfoot Bistro, Whistler

There was a rumour spreading quickly in Whistler that the Bearfoot Bistro, located in the Listel Hotel, Whistler, had plans to convert the hotel’s swimming pool into a shark tank. For a restaurant that has its own Belvedere Ice Room, where people … Continue reading

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