Al Buen Tallarin I remain on a bit of a fine dining tear at the moment, not least because South America’s restaurants are very reasonably priced making top-end dining highly accessible. However, I still find the need to eat rather more simply pretty often. Across my time in Santiago and Buenos Aires I’ve been hunting …

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Harry’s Cafe de Wheels Much of the little I knew about Sydney prior to arrival came from multiple readings of Clive James’ Unreliable Memoirs. It was lovely to see this work referenced with a brass plaque at Circular Quay, a sight I saw on my way to another place he mentioned, Harry’s Cafe de Wheels …

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Dodi’s I regularly lament the lack of good pie options on menus across the city. When I spotted Dodi’s, sister cafe to Coffee Mavi which is just next door, proclaiming a pie and mash focussed menu I made it my business to visit as soon as the opportunity presented itself.Exterior As with next door, which …

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Mason’s Bakery I’d walked past the venerable baking institution that is Mason’s Bakery on a number of occasions, but I’d never previously found it open. This speaks solely of my forays in this neck of the woods being exclusively on a Sunday, though, as they’re open long hours besides that.Exterior I was in between larger …

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St Andrews Brewing Co I’d had a rather mixed time at the Potting Shed over the course of a few visits, so I wasn’t particularly saddened by its demise. In its place comes the St Andrews Brewing Co. Having been given a thorough drenching from the inclement weather I was glad to pop in for …

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