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Anyone for Venice?

. October 28, 2016 . 0 Comments
Anyone for Venice?

Here at Title we like food and we like drink and we don’t mind a bit of style Speaking of which, your humble correspondent ‘s mind goes back to Venice 17 years ago (my God, was it that long) I know it was 1999 because they were premiering Eyes Wide (more…)

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Hidden gem where money men favour curry

. September 22, 2016 . 0 Comments
Hidden gem where money men favour curry

I had dinner with former Treasurer Peter Costello and current Treasurer Scott Morrison the other night. OK, when I said I had dinner, I was in the same restaurant – not actually at the same table. In fact, they weren’t sitting together either  – just a couple of tables from (more…)

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Spice of life in Sydney’s Central Park

. April 19, 2016 . 0 Comments
Spice of life in Sydney’s Central Park

Spice Alley brings colour, life and a taste of South-East Asia to Sydney’s newest city centre residential hub, writes Jimmy Thomson. When it comes to Sydney’s latest street food hang-out, the laneway may be faux but the pho is very real. We get so used to complaining about apartment block developers (more…)

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Six survivors keeping Kings Cross alive

. February 16, 2016 . 0 Comments
Six survivors keeping Kings Cross alive

While the launch of another massive new apartment block, the hourglass-shaped Omnia, purports to propel ever-changing Kings Cross into its Manhattan phase, there are some stalwarts that have weathered every storm this “naughty but nice” area of Sydney has to throw at them. Drug wars, police corruption, the GFC and, (more…)

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Q here for fresh food … with a view

. August 14, 2015 . 0 Comments
Q here for fresh food … with a view

Considering it’s right on Sydney’s iconic harbour walkway, Q Dining is still very much a hidden gem, says Sue Williams There’s one item guaranteed never to be served up with the fine dining in a restaurant nestled under apartments in a top Australian location … a side-dish of attitude. Even (more…)

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Hampers make picnics a walk in the park

. August 6, 2015 . 0 Comments
Hampers make picnics a walk in the park

Ideally, a sparkling Sunday afternoon should be spent outdoors. Swapping your local cramped coffee shops for a lush breezy park seems like the logic choice. So, what’s stopping us? For you lucky folk who’ve nabbed an envy-inducing inner city pad, the convenience of café dining might be all too tempting (more…)

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Wine and dine in internationally acclaimed style

. June 28, 2015 . 0 Comments
Wine and dine in internationally acclaimed style

Eating out isn’t just about what’s on the plate. Venue architecture, interiors and design are what set locations apart. For the last seven years, the London-based Restaurant and Bar Design Awards have been scouring the globe for the best in the business. These past six years have seen over 3 (more…)

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Heston’s bad news for baristas

. August 9, 2014 . 0 Comments
Heston’s bad news for baristas

He may be better known, if not notorious, for his signature snail porridge and bacon-and-egg ice-cream, but in avant-garde British chef Heston Blumenthal’s three Michelin-starred restaurant, one of the biggest surprises comes after the elaborate four-hour 12-course meal: the coffee is from a Nespresso machine. And when he temporarily closes (more…)

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Popoplo – Perfect for apartment people

. July 9, 2014 . 0 Comments
Popoplo – Perfect for apartment people

There’s something just a little different about some of the customers in one of Sydney’s hottest new Italian eateries. “Once a week, a customer comes down about 6.45pm, he has a glass of wine, a bowl of pasta and reads a book,” says Flavio Carnevale, co-owner of Popolo in Rushcutters (more…)

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