Last year, Cafe Opera at the InterContinental Hotel introduced their “A Taste Of…” food series – a degustation showcasing and supporting local produce. After a successful last year, three more series have been introduced this year including:
- A Taste of The Dairy – April 1st – 30th
- A Taste of Head to Tail – May 19th – June 14th
- A Taste of Foraged Feasting – July 14th – August 11th
The summer sun, an Aussie barbeque and grand views of the Sydney Harbour Bridge and Opera House – there really is no other venue like Opera Bar! This month, they’ve transformed their outer seating into “Sydney’s Backyard” – think picnic dining tables, Hills Hoists (complete with laundry strung up), native plants and of course a barbeque serving up Aussie favourites. It’s family friendly with a kids area (Twister and giant Connect Four), live entertainment and even a lemonade and slushie stand. This fun set up is only going to be around until the end of January so it’s best to check it out soon.
Is it a bird? Or a plane? No, it’s Superman…or one of his many superhero friends riding a Vespa and holding a sandwich! The Sandwich Hero is one of the most interesting food services to shake up Sydney, offering sandwich deliveries from superheroes to the many CBD offices throughout Sydney.
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It’s no secret that one of the most scenic sidewalks in Sydney is the harbourside promenade leading from the station and wharves at Circular Quay to the iconic Opera House. We also all know that there are many eateries dotted along the way, but how often have you actually stopped to soak up the views and dine at one of them?
We are fans of the eateries that the team behind Fratelli Fresh have been opening up around Sydney, and their newest venture Café Nice at Circular Quay is no exception to the rule. As its name suggests, the food being served up is a blend of French/Italian paying homage to the city of Nice on the French Riviera near the border of the two countries.