I have a friend who visits San Sebastián every year. When she heard we were going she told us about a restaurant that she makes a point to eat at every time that she visits so, of course, we had to visit it too.
While the old town is what you come to San Sebastian for, Gros is actually a pretty cool part of town. On the other side of the bridge and right by the surf beach, there are quite a few cute bars and restaurants serving awesome pintxos and teaming with locals.
We stopped for a few days in Spain before heading back to Australia. Neither of us had been to San Sebastián before but having heard amazing things about food and beaches, we decided to head there.
I’m hanging out in Dublin for a few days so of course, I thought I should check out the local restaurant scene. It’d be rude not to, right?
There are some things that I truly love when it comes to food: brunch, Asian, pulled pork.. and Sticky Fingers is definitely the world’s best discovery because it encompasses all three!
Now I’m starting to get more mobile again, I thought it was high time that I checked out Barangaroo and some of the awesome restaurants that are popping up down there.
I know that I’m slow off the mark to get to Tramshed at Harold Park. Let’s blame the broken ankle… But this week, I needed to have some post-Christmas catch-ups with my bestie and still days out from the new year, we went in search of fried chicken. Belle’s Hot Chicken to be exact.
There is nothing better than a Friday night out with the girls and in homage to Halloween tonight we had tickets to see The Witches at The Golden Age Cinema but first – cocktails!
So exciting to be back in Singapore and checking out one of the most fabulous restaurants just off Club Street.
Where oh where is a group of right going to get a table for dinner in Paddington the day the Wallabies play England? The shiny new East London is where.