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Kobe Jones 11th birthday dinner

It’s no secret that I am a massive fan of Kobe Jones (having blogged twice before already) and am so happy that I can be a part of their birthday celebrations. I still remember the first time I visited them all the way back in 2005 and was blown away by their cooking techniques and flavour combinations. Although some fault them on their price, you don’t visit King Street Wharf for a low-budget meal and each one of my visits has been a great experience.

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The Devonshire, Surry Hills

After spotting an incredible deal for an 8 course degustation with sparkling wine for 2 on Ouffer for $99, the boy and I decided to head to The Devonshire at Surry Hills to try out the degustation menu which is usually priced at $80 per person.

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Wooden Spoon Bar & Restaurant, Cremorne

Neutral Bay is an area scattered with many dining options, but little did I know that the neighbouring suburb of Cremorne also has its own handful of restaurants. Wooden Spoon Bar & Restaurant is located right in the middle of the strip of eateries and is a classy looking place to grab some drinks and dinner in a relaxed environment. Today we are trying the five course degustation which is priced at $56 – not a bad price per course when you work it out!

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A Taste Of…at Cafe Opera, InterContinental Hotel

For fans of good value food, great Australian produce and degustations, the InterContinental Hotel sure has a treat for you! Over the course of the year, they’ve designed four seasonal menus to be served at Cafe Opera with a focus on key local produce and we’re  here to preview some of the dishes which will be coming up throughout the year.

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Filed under Australian, CBD - Circular Quay, CBD - Wynyard, Degustation

Sepia, Darling Harbour

It’s hard to believe that one of Sydney’s top restaurants has such an unassuming entrance at the bottom of the PwC building near Darling Harbour, but the opulence hits you as soon as you step through the glass doors with the beautiful marble décor around the bar and plush dark carpet underfoot.

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Filed under Australian, CBD - Darling Harbour, Degustation, Fusion, Japanese