Into the Doorway of Food, where it's all about Eating...
Let's start the journey into my world of food...
Different tastebuds with different tongues; you're the eater and you're the judge... What I share here is simply the passion towards food and drinks.
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Sunday, 29 January 2012
Fish Market provides various selections of fresh seafood that ranges from fish, squid, crab till abalone or lobster. One of the remarkable favourite here is the oysters as they're freshly opened in front of your eyes. You can buy the raw seafood for your home-cooked meal or alternatively as visitors, we've decided to buy the readily prepared seafood here. Attila and I have decided to go the squid, scallop and a half lobster. Of course we've made a big mistake by ordering the fried or cheese-baked seafood! No doubt that the squid, scallop or lobster are big in size whereby they're very 'meaty' but the freshness and natural sweetness of the seafood have been killed by the frying oil and the thick cheese.
Please bear in mind to try out the fresh seafood if you've the chance to visit Sydney Fish Market.
Thursday, 26 January 2012
Tuesday, 24 January 2012
Monday, 16 January 2012
Attila has chosen to have the Macadamia Nuts and Pistachio ice-cream. I do quite like the Pistachio ice-cream for its nice aroma of the Pistachio Nuts. Anyway, the ice-cream is melting very fast even under the cold temperature of about 10 degree C. I've asked for myself a cup of Long Black Coffee and 3 pieces of Macarons. As I can remember correctly, the flavours are mocha, chocolate and Jaffa. My favourite is the Jaffa-flavoured of Macaron as it has a little sourness from the berries and being balanced by the sweetness of the chocolate.
Guylian chocolate is not really my favourite as it doesn't have sufficient flavour or I should describe the taste as not strong or sweet enough to fill my teeth.
Sunday, 15 January 2012
Saturday, 14 January 2012
Tired of walking, we've decided to sit down at the Opera Bar for our breakfast while we're enjoying the beautiful scene. You can choose either Western or Oriental cuisine from the menu here. Thus, Attila has decided to go for the Angus Burger while I've chosen the Steamed Dumplings with Prawn and Scallop. Angus is a type of beef whereby the herd is naturally black or red colour. I'm not a good eater for steak that I can't differentiate the taste of the meat but Attila is somehow quite satisfied with the Angus meat patty in between the burger bread. The only unacceptable mistake is the red beet root to replace the lettuce salad as garnishing. For myself, I'm totally satisfied with my delicious dumplings. The mixed prawn and scallop ingredient is not really too special but the little spicy and salty soy sauce has somehow enhanced the freshness of the steamed dumplings.
No doubt that I'm happy to have my Oriental meal here, but it's more grateful to enjoy the beautiful scenery here. It's very windy here and the seagulls are flying around freely.