Buck-Me Jellicoe Noodle, Kingsford

I personally think that Buck-Me Jellicoe Noodle in Kingsford served the best Indonesian noodle in Sydney. Over the past 8 years this shop has closed and re opened for the 4th times. However, it has always been very popular among the Indonesian community. I'm not sure why they have closed so many times but I believed they always re opened due to the high demand by the Indonesian community. I was really thrilled when I found out that they were reopening in Kingsford few months back. I really hope this time they won't close it again.

 Jellicoe special minced pork noodle ($9.00).

 Jellicoe special chicken noodle ($8.50)
Both served with choice of noodle, soya egg, soya giblet, wonton and vege served with clear soup.

I really like their signature minced pork and chicken egg noodle, it has a very nice texture and the flavour of their soya broth is really authentic. If you are feeling extra hungry you can even upsize for an extra $3.00.

  Deep Fried meat ball. ($1.50)

This is definitely my favourite noodle restaurant in Sydney!

522 Anzac Parade
Kingsford, NSW 2032
Ph: (02) 9662 0007

Bourke Street Bakery, Alexandria

My First date with food, is at the Bourke Street Bakery, Alexandria. I have always read good reviews about this place and my friends have highly recommended it to me. Finally, I went to find out myself what is all the fuss about. The place is quite tiny and squeezy so I decided to take away. The staff is not very friendly, but who cares when you only getting take away. I couldn't decide what to try since everything looks amazing to me but I came down to a few. I tried the Tomato and Basil pizza, Mushroom and goat cheese quiche, Chicken pie and the beef sausage roll.

 Tomato & basil pizza and Mushroom & goat cheese quiche

They put a generous amount of basil pesto on the pizza which I like and the quiche has a light and delicate texture, the mushroom compliments well with the goat cheese. I cant remember exactly how much they cost but I remember the pizza is $6.50 and the rest cost around $4-$4.50
Chicken pie and Beef sausage roll 

Both the pie and sausage roll have good amount of meat inside, and they tasted like real meat not like one of those processed meat sausage rolls or pies.

Yes, the food is fantastic! I especially like the chicken pie. I couldn't believe I finished all these. However, the food is served cold, I'm not sure if it's the same case if you are dining in there. Overall, I will surely go back for more!

Bourke Street Bakery, Surry Hills.
633 Bourke St, Surry Hills 
NSW 2010
(02) 9699 1011

Bourke Street Bakery, Alexandria.
474 Gardeners Rd, Alexandria
NSW 2015 
(02) 8339 1001

474 Gardeners Rd, Marrickville
2 Mitchell St, Marrickville 
NSW 2204
(02) 9569 3225 

Diving Into The World of Blogosphere

After years of having the habit of reading food blogs and trying new food, I figured that it is probably time that I dive into the world of blogosphere myself. As a food lover, I love to eat, I love to cook and I love to take pictures of food. This blog is not about finding the best or worst food, as I'm not a professional, it is simply about sharing my dining experience with everyone through words and photos. I hope people might get some good insight of a place to eat through this blog. So, Lets start dating with food!