Garlic Soy Sauce Chicken ($18, half)


Nothing beats fried chicken. Nothing beats that salty, crispy batter, and hot, juicy meat. In fact, I find myself zoning out at least twice a week, daydreaming about golden poultry perfection. Yet when it comes down to it, I have fried chicken remarkably infrequently, finding it hard to bring myself to have a meal of nothing but salt, meat, and fat. So when I do [...]
Tonkatsu Pork Loin Set ($17.8)


As it turns out, med school isn’t the blissful return to my youth that I had anticipated. Instead of hours of free time between lectures where I’m free to roam the grounds of Sydney Uni, I have 20 hours of classes a week to be squeezed into three days, and the rest of my time is spent either at my clinical school (the hospital that [...]
Pork Soup Shoyu Ramen ($12)


Hello Sydney! After a whirlwind week of moving up from Melbourne, which included driving a Corolla packed to our ears (literally – see the picture here) with belongings 800km across the country, and building Ikea furniture at 1am, we’ve finally more or less settled in. Mind you, there are still bits and pieces of furniture to pick up, and med school to wrap my head [...]
Soya Sauce Chicken Noodle ($8.8)


I’ve always thought it was a shame that Australia isn’t on board with the Michelin Star system. As great as our hat system works, it just doesn’t quite have the punch and prestige of saying that a restaurant has three Michelin Stars. In addition, it also makes it hard to compare our restaurants to those overseas, and I’m often left wondering how our hatted restaurants [...]


Bula! Before I started med school, I thought it would be good for my health and sanity to take a few days off, head to Fiji, and completely unwind. In the 10 days I was there, I went zip-lining, spent a day on an uninhabited tropical island, got a massage every other day, visited local villages, swam under a waterfall, and got sunburnt beyond belief, [...]
Pork Bulgogi with Korean Spicy BBQ Sauce ($24.9, large)


As a Melbournian, I treat waiting in line for good food like going to the dentist – a necessary evil to be endured for the greater good. But even I have my limits, and when I turned up at Hawker Chan to find the line 90 minutes long, it became a complete no-go, just like getting 8 fillings done at once. Feeling rather tired and [...]