Sydney with 3 Batchmates!

Sydney, Australia 

I just came back from Sydney and I gonna make this a short and quick post. I have been to Sydney countless time and I have lost count on the number of times I have been here. It is winter now and winter in Australia isn’t as harsh as the winter in Europe. The weather makes it so pleasant to go out in Sydney as compared to Singapore. It is the hottest month in Singapore right now and the high humidity level is so unbearable. Cant stand it!

Pancakes On The Rocks

When I am in Sydney, I always dine at Pancakes On The Rocks. They serve the best pancakes in the world! You will think Strictly Pancakes in Singapore is simply crap after you have tried this.  Another good place to eat at is Chat Thai. Oh yes, they serve amazingly good Thai cuisine in huge portion.

KOREAN BBQ!

Alright… Back to this trip… I have been hearing from fellow colleagues/friends about this Korean joint in Sydney but I have never tried it until yesterday. This is my first time eating Korean BBQ and I love it so much! It is SO SHIOK having Korean BBQ in this cooling weather. And eating with a big group also means you can order more varieties! I think I always sounds so excited when I talk about good food! Heehee…

Sliced Pork Belly

Sliced pork belly that look so cute and yummylicious!!

Me, Althea, Sophia & Eddie

Back to the point, this is my first time flying with 3 batch mates on the same flight together. It is really rare and coincidentally, we marked our first year flying anniversary not too long ago. *Happy One Year Flying*! 🙂

And of cos not forgetting, the rest of the company that have made this lunch a pleasant one. KOREAN BBQ, I WILL DEFINITELY BE BACK FOR YOU AGAIN!!! 😀

3 Comments

  • Skyylight October 24, 2012 at 1:59 am

    Hi, saw your blog on the korean bbq. Looks really good! Can i know the name of the restaurant? Ill be going sydney in nov!

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    • Irene October 28, 2012 at 2:57 am

      I am so sorry I am not sure what is the name of the restaurant cos I follow my colleagues there. Enjoy your holidays in Sydney! 🙂

      Reply
  • Moo April 14, 2014 at 10:15 pm

    What’s the name on the chopstick packaging?

    Reply

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