Hello, I'm a food blogger and I now have a monthly review column in Time Out Sydney.
I know. I know. It's crazy, huh?
Each month I'll be writing a review piece about an untapped culinary Sydney gem. The idea is to focus on out-of-the-way places, providing a brief snapshot of places serving interesting food in the suburbs of Sydney.
My first review appears in the May issue which is out today in newsagents. Rest assured, I'll be publishing a full copy of the review tomorrow, along with bonus photos.
Do you know a suburban dining secret that has amazing and unusual food? I'm looking for dishes that most Sydneysiders haven't seen before. Drop me an email and let me know - there are too many fantastic restaurants in Sydney that don't get the exposure they deserve!
Send your emails to email@example.com - I'd love to hear from you!
Updated: 10.15am 28 April 2010
Just grabbed my copy of Time Out Sydney. Here are pics of how it looks in the magazine - and how appropriate that my first column is in the Cheap Eats special! Check back tomorrow for an online copy of the review with all the photos...
Time Out Sydney reviews:
375 Congee & Noodle House, Chatswood - Congee and Teochew cuisine
Akash Pacific Cuisine, Liverpool - Fiji Indian cuisine
An Lac Vegan Vegetarian Restaurant, Cabramatta - Vegan Vietnamese
Aria Persian Fast Food, Merrylands - Brain and tongue sandwiches
ATL Marantha, Kensington - Indonesian fried chicken with edible bones
Balkan Oven, Rockdale - Macedonian burek
Bamiyan, Five Dock - Afghani cuisine
Banh Cuon Kim Thanh, Bankstown - Vietnamese fresh steamed rice noodles
Battambang, Cabramatta - Deep fried pork intestines and Cambodian cuisine
Beschico, Epping - Korean fried chicken
Brot & Wurst, North Narrabeen - German sausages, deli and bakery
Camel Kingdom, Lakemba - Camel, alpaca and venison burgers
Charlie's Pizza, Canterbury - Lebanese pizzas, pies and saj flat breads
Cyprus Community Club Aphrodite Restaurant - Roast baby goat
Dos Senoritas, Gladesville - Mexican street-style tacos
Durban Dish, Baulkham Hills - South African cuisine
Everest Kitchen, Marrickville - Nepali cuisine
Fika Swedish Kitchen, Manly - Swedish cafe
Good Kitchen, Hurstville - Hong Kong cafe
Gyradiko, Bexley - Greek chicken and pork gyros
Hai Au Lang Nuong, Canley Vale - Vietnamese banana leaf charcoal chicken
Hawa, Granville - Lebanese charcoal chicken
Hijazi's Falafel, Arncliffe - Lebanese breakfast
Indian Chopsticks, Harris Park - Indian Chinese cuisine
Indo Rasa, Kingsford - Indonesian cuisine
Island Dreams Cafe, Lakemba - Christmas Islands cuisine
Jambo Jambo, Crows Nest - Ethiopian curries and injera bread
Kambozza, Parramatta - Burmese cuisine
Kebab Abo Ali, Fairfield - Iraqi sheep's head
Ken's Sushi Bar Dining, Bexley North - Budget Japanese in the suburbs
Kreta Ayer, Kingsford - Singaporean cuisine
La Cocina de la Abuela - Tortilla soup, cactus salad and Latin American cuisine
La Paula, Fairfield - Chilean empanadas, lomitos and sweets
Madera Kafe, Warwick Farm - Serbian cuisine
Mario Tokyo Pizza, Strathfield - Bulgogi Korean pizza
Mie Kocok Bandung, Maroubra - West Java Indonesian noodles
Misky Cravings, Fairfield - Peruvian cuisine
Nonna Maria's Place, Parramatta - Old skool Italian trattoria
Pandesal Bakehouse, Beverly Hills - Filipino sweet breads and desserts
Peranakan Place, Auburn - Nonya cuisine
Pho Toan Thang, Flemington- Vietnamese food with a HK spin
Poplar Central Asian Cuisine, Crows Nest - Uighur charcoal lamb skewers
Olka Polka Bakery & Deli, Campbelltown - Polish cheesecake and rye bread
Rhinedorf German Restaurant, Beverly Hills - German pork knuckle
Russian Club, Strathfield - Russian piroshki and pelmeni dumplings
Sea Sweet, Parramatta - Lebanese sweet kashta cheese burger
Step-A-Side Diner, Cabramatta - Burgers and waffles in a train carriage
Sugarloaf Patisserie, Kogarah - Empanadas and dulce de leche churros
Sizzling Fillo, Lidcombe - Filipino pork hock crackling
Taipei Chef, Artarmon - Taiwanese smoked chicken
TeaPlus, Burwood - Taiwanese plant milk tea
Tehran, Granville - Persian cuisine
Tuong Lai, Cabramatta - Vietnamese sugar cane prawns
Via Napoli, Lane Cove - One metre woodfired pizza
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