Sake

We had the new classics degustation menu with the dragon egg dessert. 



The meal was wonderful and we had Umeshu which was delicious!

But Dragon Egg dessert with mandarin mousse inside was the theatrical ending to the weekend we needed!


Dry ice applied…


Cracked!

The Wagyu beef brisket was to die for. Each dish looked beautiful. Salmon sashimi with truffle oil was so yum!

We were very full by the end!

About two hours of dining.


And a very cool space too!

Art and food 

So we left the hotel late and headed down to the Rocks where Sake was. 


We got an awesome park!

Since we had time we headed down towards the harbour and ended up at the Museum of Contemporary Art. 


I could have sworn I’ve seen this piece in NY…Automated Colour Field by Rebecca Baumann. 


This installation was also very cool. Sad though. 



This one was pretty cool though!

Callum Morton Monument #28 Vortex

A whole new world 

So until we checked in I didn’t know that we were on our way to Aladdin!


In the beautiful Capitol Theatre. 

Despite a technical glitch with the Flying Carpet, the show was fantastic! Amazing sets and costumes. Crazy OTT!

I love this woman!

Happy anniversary!

Allison is taking me on an adventure to Sydney to celebrate our anniversary! 

We started with a wander to find some food…

We found The Old Clare going along George Street. Beautiful old building!


Then we ended up at what turned out to be a very funky Westfield food hall…

We had some mojitos – mine was mango and coconut and very very yummy!


In this place called Coco Cubano. 

It was fun and food was tasty and the view was good. 


I love hanging out in new places, even if it was fake!

Meanwhile the cops got some donuts, which I could not resist photographing!


We ended up getting some too…a lamington one and a salted caramel. 

Then back to the hotel for a rest, some tea and to eat the donuts! The lamington was definitely the winner- very yummy!