Hello everyone! So I just spent an entire week in the Gold Coast for a family holiday, which explains why I haven’t exactly posted anything since the Pikachu cake. Anyway, I got to not only explore the vibrant life of Surfers Paradise and finally check out Dreamworld and Whitewater World, but I got to eat out a few times and of course, take pictures of all the food. So over the next few days, I’ll be posting a few of those reviews here on my blog.
But for now, here’s another recap post of all the reviews I’ve written on Sydney Food Lovers over the month of January. This past month, I reviewed four different places, all with their own unique atmosphere. So even though two out of my four reviews are of Asian cuisine, I did change things up a bit with the ambience and style of eatery.
Enjoy reading, and as always, I would love to hear your feedback and your suggestions for places to eat! Feel free to drop me a message in my Ask or send me an email!
N2 Extreme Gelato
Around the time I visited, N2 had the N2Black flavour, Fererro Reveal. Unfortunately they no longer have this flavour, but hopefully if more people ask for it, they’ll bring it back (it was incredible, I’m not even exaggerating)! Even though I’ve reviewed N2 on my blog, I wanted to review it for Sydney Food Lovers seeing as it is summer, and the flavours at the time just sounded amazing. I received a bronze award for this review.
Review at: http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/n2-extreme-gelato-sydney/
This particular Japanese restaurant is actually well-known around the world, with restaurants also in Hong Kong, Seoul, Malaysia, New York and other parts of the world. The ambience and friendly service is enough to make you want to come back for another visit and sample all the other ramen choices available. Ippudo has four different ramen bases, so make sure you try all of them. This restaurant is located on Level 5 inside Sydney’s Westfield.
Review at: http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/ippudo-sydney/
Lok Lok Dumpling Bar, Rhodes
After a shopping trip to IKEA, my family and I took a lunch detour and found ourselves in front of Lok Lok Dumpling Bar. Unlike other food court style restaurants, Lok Lok cooks their food upon order rather than having a buffet-style layout. Portions are generous and service is also pretty quick. I also received a bronze award for this review.
Review at: http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/lok-lok-dumpling-bar-rhodes/
Lone Pine Tavern, Rooty Hill
Pub crawling seems to be a popular trend lately, so I found myself agreeing to a dinner over at Lone Pine, and experiencing a good ol’ pub feed. The portions are extremely huge, enough to feed two or more people. It makes it the perfect environment for sharing and gathering around with a group of people, as what it should be if you ever go on a pub crawl. After this experience, I definitely find myself appreciating the pub ambience a little more. Oh, and I also scored another bronze award!
Review at: http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/lone-pine-tavern-rooty-hill/