Hi everyone! So some of you may know that I have been pretty busy over the past month writing a few reviews for this particular website. For those that do not know, have no fear. I’m finally deciding to announce it on Tumblr after how many weeks now. Just last month, after finishing Uni, I became a Contributing Writer for Sydney Food Lovers.
It’s all really exciting stuff. I get to write the same way I normally do, still take a whole bunch of my own pictures, but I get to write it a little more professionally and build up some experience in writing proper food reviews. Three years of journalism study has led to this, and even though it’s a small website, it’s always good to start small before you hit the big leagues.
I don’t want to bombard my blog with an update every time I write an article for Sydney Food Lovers, so I’ve decided to create a blog post at the end of each month to collate all the articles I’ve written on the site over the past month.
Anyway, here’s my November recap and I hope you guys enjoy my reviews! Thank you to everyone who reads my stuff, comments, likes, reblogs, sends me emails, questions etc. You guys are the best. It really inspires me to keep doing what I do and makes me just want to write about food in the future. These articles here are just a start.
Regali Dolci, Rouse Hill
In Rouse Hill’s Town Centre sits a small Italian gelato cafe, serving brewed coffee, Italian pastries and of course, delicious, creamy gelato in over 40 flavours. My favourite would have to be the Creme Caramel. Rocky Road is pretty good too.
Review at: http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/regali-dolci-rouse-hill/
You might remember me writing this review a while back on my blog, but this particular article is an important one for me because I originally wrote the article for a Uni assessment and wrote it ready to be published. I finally had the chance to publish the article in its original form (of course I did change it a bit to suit the format of the website), and I was awarded a Bronze Award from the editor of Sydney Food Lovers.
Review at: http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/kurtosh-randwick/
Poporo Takeru, Market City Sydney
One of my favourite lunch hang out spots, Poporo Takeru is so affordable for any Uni student looking for a decent lunch without blowing over their budget. Also, the Tonkatsu Doria is amazing.
Review at: http://sydneyfoodlovers.com.au/poporo-takeru-market-city-sydney/