I have been dying to try out Three Williams since DK (and most of the foodies on Instagram it seems) visited the popular cafe when it opened last year. Recently, I managed to get along for a tasting of their incredible new menu – fans will be happy to know that some old favourites with new twists are staying on the menu (read: their signature narnies and French toast), along with some brand new offerings.
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The allure of the sparkling azure water at Balmoral Beach explains why the queues are neverending at The Boathouse, which juts out into the bay on a jetty. We braved the crowds on one sunny Saturday morning and managed to score a seat inside.
This chic French gem is hidden in plain sight on Oxford Street, close to the Museum end and exudes an aura of glamour when you step inside, thanks to its monochromatic decor and chandeliers hanging from the ceiling.
We’re already fans of Vapiano’s fresh concept of making Italian dishes to order in front of you in a casual dining setting, so when we heard that they were doing some spring specials, we dropped in to see what would be on offer in the warmer months as Sydneysiders come out of hibernation. Tonight we’re trying a whole range of dishes (not just their pizza and pasta) compared to the last time we visited, which is very exciting. And what’s more exciting is that we’re running a competition to give you a chance to dine at Vapiano too! Keep reading for more details…
First up is a Classic Pumpkin Soup which is fairly smooth, but with a decently thick consistency. It’s served with some tasty garlic croutons, parmesan and basil, priming our appetites for more Italian goodness.