Sunday, 11 May 2014

Eating Out in Sydney
This week Alida and Miller were in Sydney on a photo shoot for the beautiful Fashion Label Isla from Byron Bay. Kit, our senior stylist crossed over to fashion instead of interior design for the shoot, and since Kit started her carer as a Fashion Stylist she was in her element. Interior and Event Styling is her passion at the moment, but give Kit any opportunity to work in the Fashion Styling Industry and come back to her roots, she's there. Kit is still called upon frequently for her Fashion Styling, so when not styling an interior or planning an event, Kit is out there doing Fashion Photo shoots, yes she is a very busy girl. ( photos of the shoot will be posted when they have been edited).
When we are not working in Sydney we are eating, Byron Bay have some amazing restaurants, but experiencing new foods, eating out and cooking is our second passion next to design. I thought I would share some of the restaurants we visited and others that have been listed in the top 10 best Restaurants in  Sydney.

The Grounds, Alexandria

Our Favourite Café and Number 1 on the list is The Grounds in Alexandria, the atmosphere is amazing, originally the building was a warehouse and pie factory, the owners have kept the industrial foundations so this gives the restaurant that lived in cosy feeling, and did I mention the food is to die for, and the coffee is the best ever.
Mexican Mejico, Sydney.


We didn't get the opportunity to eat at this restaurant, but were told that the next time we are in Sydney it is a must.
Mexican Mejico Restaurant and Bar Sydney. Love the décor
The Farm House, Kings Cross.


The simple Scandinavian minimalist look of the Farm House at Kings Cross makes for an easy and enjoyable lunch serving honest food and an ever changing seasonal menu.
 Mr Wong's, Sydney

Mr Wong situated at the northern end of Sydney's CBD is owned by the Merivale Family founders of The Ivy Bar and Night Club in the heart of the city. The Merivale Family are renowned for their style, and this restaurant is no exception, taking you back to the 1930 Shanghai, with an extensive Chinese Cantonese and Yum Cha menu.
Nok Nok Thai Eating House, Darling Harbour.

 Nok Nok Thai Eating House, is the place to eat if you love Thai food, located in the Darling Harbour Precinct,the service is quick and very friendly, with a casual atmosphere that makes you feel really welcome.
After stuffing our faces over the 3 days that we were shooting, I am sure we have put on a couple of pounds, but it was all worth it.

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