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Yebisu Izakaya, Town Hall

It’s easy to see why Regent Place is quickly becoming known as a bit of a Japantown these days and the newly opened Yebisu Izakaya only adds to that vibe, with its myriad of random bright Japanese signs hanging outside making it impossible to miss. Yebisu Izakaya has replaced the old Azuma Kushiyaki and has completely changed the decor of the place, adding graffiti on its walls and a row of noodle bar style bench seating outside the kitchen to create a funky, casual ambience. Inside the restaurant itself, there’s group tables available and I’m glad we booked for our party of 8 because the queue for tables was quite long even around 8pm on a Thursday night. We were seated in a corner table and found that the spot got a bit warm after awhile from the hot light shining on our wooden table.

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Gowings Bar and Grill, Town Hall

Hidden upstairs in the building next door to the newly opened Topshop is a bustling restaurant called Gowings Bar and Grill which brings alive the history of the original building with its name and rejuvenates it with a European brasserie concept.

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Pony Lounge and Dining, Neutral Bay

While Neutral Bay has always been known for being a bit of a foodie destination for some, I had no idea that it had been undergoing a revamp on one of its main streets and had welcomed some more contemporary restaurants to the neighbourhood. I was surprised to see Pony there on the main strip, as we were strolling through after dinner. We had already been stuffed full of savoury goodies by that stage but we always have a separate stomach for dessert, so in we went.

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