Category Archives: CBD – Martin Place

Bowery Lane, Sydney

One of the newest chic restaurants to hit Sydney is Bowery Lane, located right opposite Swine & Co in the banking district. Compact and charming, it features sleek dark interiors, small booths and an extensive menu covering brunch, dinner and cocktails. Tonight we’re trying a whole bunch of dishes from their dinner menu where a lot of the plates are designed for sharing – sooo excited!

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Rabbit Hole Bar and Dining, Sydney

Rabbit Hole Bar and Dining is a hidden underground bar/restaurant near the Martin Place area. Situated in the space previously occupied by Bar Europa, they’ve been open for about a year and a half now and have already made a name for themselves serving up tasty meals (check out their wagyu beef burger!) and drinks. I’ve been a couple of times before but this time we’re trying out a pilot of their ‘Cocktail Concepts & Culinary Craze’ – a monthly event that will showcase unique cooking techniques and molecular mixology.

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The Sandwich Hero – Super Sandwich Deliveries!

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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Lindt Creation Range Launch at Lindt Chocolate Cafe, Martin Place

The smooth, buttery texture of Lindt chocolate has always been one of my favourites for when I’m madly craving chocolate and the variety of new flavours that they have come up with over the years has only added to the love for me. Lindt & Sprüngli chocolate is internationally famous for good reason – it has a long and rich history in the chocolate making business which started in 1845 in Zurich, Switzerland and in 1879, founder Rodolphe Lindt also invented a machine called the Conche which revolutionised the refining of cocoa. This has become widely used throughout the chocolate industry to create that distinctive “melt in your mouth” texture.

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