Category Archives: Review

The Wolf and Honeybee, Newtown/Enmore/Marrickville/St Peters/God knows

This is one of those new hipster cafes that keep popping up. In fact, to use hipster parlance, it’s quite like a pop-up cafe – no formal kitchen, just a toaster oven, a few fridges and a coffee machine, surrounded … Continue reading

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Marrickville Pork Roll

The name says it all, really. From a tiny hole in the wall on Illawarra Rd in Marrickville, you get pork rolls. Or Banh Mi Thit, which is the correct Vietnamese term. No fuss, no fancy signage, no deals, just … Continue reading

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Celini’s, Marrickville

Saturday impromptu breakfasts are the best breakfasts since ever. I like that you can walk down Marrickville Rd and you have a fairly varied selection of places to eat (provided you can get a table) and not all of the … Continue reading

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Tra Mi Vietnamese Restaurant, Marrickville

I have a plan. I am going to go to every single Vietnamese restaurant in Marrickville and try out the Pho. Whether or not that actually happens is another matter entirely. Anyway, Tra Mi is first on the list, as … Continue reading

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Sakae Japanese Kitchen, Marrickville

The rush home from work to day care to home of an evening is quite often a dreadful one. The Little Miss and I rarely get home in time to have her fed, bathed, story read and in bed at … Continue reading

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Marrickville Rd Cafe

Despite having lived in Marrickville for almost two years now, and constantly complaining about the coffee, I had managed to skip trying this place. Possibly because it doesn’t look like much from the outside. It does, however, have a very … Continue reading

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Hung Cheung – Yum Cha in Marrickville

Hung Cheung do Yum Cha during the day and your standard Chinese eat in/take away in the evening. Their reputation for good Yum Cha is strong throughout the Inner West, and possibly further afield, which means you end up with … Continue reading

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