|Kung Pao Chicken Noodle from Din Tai Fung|
Wednesday, July 11, 2018
I couldn’t always get this at every Din Tai Fung but glad they have it here in North Sydney. My portion looked so few or maybe I was just so hungry, I devoured it in a few minutes. Goodbye yummy noodles but my tummy is happy to have you!
This got to be my favourite Malaysian dish, the hearty nasi lemak with beef rendang. I love it especially during winter time. After working and walking in the cold, this kind of food warms me up. It always leave me full and satisfied. Simply good food!
|Nasi Lemak with Beef Rendang|
I was always curious to try this pretty cake but never really had time until today when I saw that the cafe was not overly crowded. Strawberry layer, checked. Watermelon layer, checked. Delicious rose-scented cream, checked. Plus some rose petals on top, checked. All together, they melted nicely in my mouth!
|Strawberry watermelon cake!|
Wednesday, June 13, 2018
On our roadtrip to Wollongong, we wanted coffee and something upon arrival. I mean something small as we didn't want to be too full for dinner. I saw waffle on the menu and ordered it to be shared among us three. To my surprise, a giant waffle with ice cream on top was delivered to our table. Gasp! And it was really delicious!
|Giant waflle with strawberry and banana slices, and 2 scoops of vanilla ice cream on top!|
Friday, May 18, 2018
Friday, April 6, 2018
What to do with old Easter chocolate eggs from last year? Yes, put them in the cake! This traditional German cake, Topf kuchen (ring cake but translates literally as pot cake) was an excellent companion to coffee. Sooo good!
|Moist Topf Kuchen|
I’ve been craving for steak the past couple of weeks and since I was trying to avoid some food during the holy week, I kind of saved this up for Easter Sunday. And what a Sunday dinner it was! Delicious!
|Steak at Wild Sage|
Friday, March 9, 2018
There’s nothing that can beat these mangoes when it comes to freshness. They look so sour but love them with spicy vinegar and salt. Makes everyone drool :). These were mangoes from the neighbors, just hanging there, very tempting.
|Green mangoes at our neighbour!|
First time to try sticky rice ice cream and it was really good! I love sticky rice as it is and having it as an ice cream flavour is a very welcomed idea. Will definitely have it again soon. Adds to my favourite!
|Sticky rice ice cream|
There are times when I like mixing salty and sweet so for that one afternoon coffee break, I opted for my regular hot chocolate and yes, sweet potato chips with sour cream! My craving was solved!
|Crunchy sweet potato chips!|
This was my son’s pizza, a very cute pizza bunny! Unfortunately, he was missing his regular round Margherita pizza which has more sauce than the bunny so we had to order another one. I volunteered to eat the ears which were from really good dough.
|The bunny pizza!|
Not the ewww-kind of hairy but yummy! This was the ice cream dessert that came with my son’s meal. It was so cute, he didn’t want to touch it :). I just love the creativity in putting a hair-looking cream on the side. Sooo cute!
|Cute vanilla ice cream for my son.|
Because it was Australia Day, I opted for something a bit fancy and filling (as I was already starving at that time). My choice of pork belly with mashed potato with truffle oil was delectable! Paired it with a cold berry-passionfruit mocktail, just perfect!
|Delicious pork belly!|
On my birthday, I opted for a meaty, warm and of course delicious dinner and this was the outcome. A hotpot - barbeque experience! It was fun being in a restaurant, cooking for ourselves. We did good for our first time (at least no burnt meat). It was an awesome choice!
|Hotpot and pork bbq|
These are an all-time favourite. The boys love them so I make them yummy pancakes on a regular basis. Soft but not overly fluffy disks and always perfect with butter and some drizzle of maple syrup! Yum!!!
|Homemade American pancakes!|
I’m liking Uncle Tetsu’s cheesecakes! They’re super soft and fluffy unlike the western counterpart. Uncle Tetsu’s is a popular Japanese cheesecake chain which just invaded Sydney. Give it a try. it might be to your liking.
|Uncle Tetsu's fluffy cheesecakes!|
Second try to make these yummy cookies. Although they didn’t turn out to be how I like them, they’re still quite good and they were an instant hit with boys. So all good then. Will be making some more next time!
|chocolate crinkle cookies|
Wednesday, December 6, 2017
Another favourite is the crunchy churros at San Churros Chocolateria. These churros are deep fried and best smothered in melted chocolate! Perfect with coffee or for me dark hot chocolate.
|Churros at Chocolateria San Churro|
Chocolate and coffee break at Chocolateria San Churro is not complete without the complimentary chocolate. And since it’s Christmas time, we got this cute message... Be good or I will text Santa! No worries, just goodies, no baddies here.
|Hot Chocolate at Chocolateria San Churro|
We were at Kreta Ayer in Chatswood and I was starving I ordered a whole fried Barramundi! It was really yummy! Properly fried and served with sauteed onion and okra on top and it also came with hot and spicy cooked shrimp paste. The combination was just awesome, so good!
|Fried Whole Barramundi, Kreta Ayer, Chatswood|
I saw a video that featured Uncle Tetsu’s cheesecake and I thought I will give it a try. It’s different from the usual as it is fluffy. Never tried a fluffy one before until this one and loved it. It’s best chilled!
|Uncle Tetsu's Cheesecake, George St, Sydney|
Thursday, November 2, 2017
After my doctor appointment, I had an ample time for an afternoon tea before picking up my son my school. I opted for a slice of carrot cake which is so yummy; soft, moist and not overly sweet. Paired it with my usual cup of hot chocolate, it was perfect! This makes my wait very relaxing.
|Carrot cake and hot chocolate, The Library Cafe, North Sydney|