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11 foodies must-dos in Venice, Italy

11 foodies must-dos in Venice, Italy

The city is a maze itself, most tourists will get lost within the first few days, let alone trying to hunt down all the eateries. Here is a list of must-dos to guide you.
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11 foodies must-dos in Venice, Italy

11 foodies must-dos in Venice, Italy

The city is a maze itself, most tourists will get lost within the first few days, let alone trying to hunt down all the eateries. Here is a list of must-dos to guide you.

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Diner en Blanc Sydney 2014

I just watched the final hour of the Sydney Siege unfolded live on internet as I was writing this post at 2.24am. It was nerve wrecking to watch as I thought this could only happen in a movie, it definitely sent shivers down my spine but I am glad is over. My...

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Three Lanes Seven Alleys – Haymarket, Sydney

(小吃 - Xiao Chi ) means "small eat", it is a popular food culture in China (I know that because I have just visited that country recently) where you don't feel like a big meal but just want something light. It can be street food where you just grab and go, or hanging...

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Hot Star Large Fried Chicken – Sydney CBD

We have just finished a 3-hour Karaoke session and perhaps a little tipsy after a few drinks, so it makes perfect sense to go and look for some greasy food to offset the alcohol. I ain't craving for shish kebab, meat pie, gravy chips or Turkish gozleme; I want to slap...

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Mr Wong. – Sydney CBD

Many moons ago, me and Helen shared a meal together at Mr Wong. This restaurant is shy from public eye and tucked in the back alleyway that is Bridge Lane, but that doesn't stop food aficionados to track it down for a good feast of modern Cantonese fair. This...

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Momofuku Seiobo – The Star, Pyrmont, Sydney

"This is the cleanest restaurant kitchen I've ever seen," claims The Pom. I concur, the immaculate stainless steel kitchen is indeed squeaky clean with chefs wiping down the benches the second food are plated and served to the twenty-odd diners around the open plan...

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The Sparrow’s Mill – Sydney CBD, NSW

Go, you chicken fat, go! Korean fried chicken, enough said. Golden crunchy batter that shatters all over the table like confetti as I take my first bite, the first taste of a little hint of sweet soy and wasabi dressing touches the tongue leaving a tingling heat...

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