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In Dining, Italian on
January 5, 2019

Vincenzo’s Pizzeria, Merrylands

Vincenzo's Pizzeria, Merrylands, local pizza, Italian, Sydney Eats

Every neighbourhood has their own local pizza joint, but Vincenzo’s is the kind of homely pizzeria that makes you wish you lived in the area!

Vincenzo's Pizzeria, Merrylands, local pizza, Italian, Sydney Eats

Garlic Bread ($4.9)

We’re here today with a small group of foodies to check out some of Vincenzo’s menu.

Vincenzo's Pizzeria, Merrylands, local pizza, Italian, Sydney Eats

Garlic Prawns ($24.90)

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In Dining, Other on
January 3, 2019

Zeus Street Greek, Gladesville

It’s not often that I have Greek food, so when the team at Zeus Street Greek invited me to try their menu, I was only too happy to check it out!

Zeus Street Greek, Gladesville, Greek Food, Sydney Eats

There’s multiple locations, but the Gladesville branch is convenient, and nice an spacious too which made it perfect for a post-work dinner.

The Zeus for two is the perfect answer to those unsure of what to order, a $49 feast which is made up your choice of meat from the spit, a sharing plate (side) & a salad with pilaf, tzatziki & pita bread.

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In Café, Dining on
December 20, 2018

The Local Trade, Kellyville

The Local Trade, Kellyville, Cafe, Sydney Eats, Brunch

It’s great to see how far the cafe scene in the Hills grown in the past couple of years, and whilst there’s plenty of new cafes to try, one that remains a local favourite is The Local Trade. It’s location next to the playground makes it a popular spot for family’s and it’s buzzing when we pop in for a quick brunch on Sunday morning.

The Local Trade, Kellyville, Cafe, Sydney Eats, Brunch

Sweet potato chips ($7)

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In Café, Dining, Dinner, Modern Australian on
November 23, 2018

Averry Cafe & Bar Sydney, CBD

Averry Cafe & Bar, Sydney Eats, DinnerSydney-siders most likely will have heard of Avery Cafe, with their signature pink lighting and super cutely decked out space, complete with cushions and pink panther plushies. By day it’s a cafe, a trendy brunch spot in the CBD, but by night it transforms into a bar, with a sophisticated cocktail menu and dinner options to pair.

We’re here for dinner, and although the lack of natural lighting means that the it’s more neon pink that we’d imagined, it’s not stopping the many diners from taking selfies with the beautiful backdrop and food!

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In Café, Dining on
November 18, 2018

Labld, Marrickville

Labld, Marrickville, Sydney eats cafe

Labld is the kind of cafe you wish existed on your street. It’s quiet and unassuming, but once you’re inside, lively with a great kitchen pumping out a menu filled with diverse options from your standard brekkie fare to more exotic options like dumplings and pancakes.

Unfortunately for us, it’s located on the other side of Sydney, making us super jealous of the locals. But even so, it’s well worth the drive.

Like many cafes, the menu is highly seasonal, and so when Labld invited us to try their new menu, we were only too eager to give it a go. There’s no shortage of delicious options and we’re impressed by range, with some Asian influences, Middle Eastern influences, some healthy veggie filled options and basically everything that I’d want to try!

But first, the drinks.

Labld, Marrickville, Sydney eats cafe

Monsoon Shake ($9)

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