95 riley street, east sydney around this block is a home to a number of trendy restaurants a portion of this area is up for demolition in 2014 including one pop up restaurant - cafe paci
this vague menu looks interesting at first sight however, it is actually really useless nevertheless, it is worth pointing out: 9 things on the menu for $85 each item only $9.45 each
candles are necessary because this place is so dark and you know what they say, dark, dim restaurants give off a romantic ambiance ♥ darkness, coupled with grey tables grey walls and grey floors takes this romance and kills it
hello, snacks course a tasty bacon bite sized appetizer and whole baby carrot vegetable plant (grass included) can it be more balanced?
pancake burrito part of snacks (part 2) I remember this one, soft and slightly warm, less flavoursome than what its colours suggest - bland
soft homemade butter dense bread sweet overcoat funky yeasty taste this is a special house baked bread, if only truffle butter...
this one comes on a large plate butter bean (corn) with seafood pieces of calamari surprisingly good combination food was only placed on a small portion of the large plate there was plenty of plate left for more of this...
my favorite, lamb meat plated artistically with each bite, the smoked capsicum and togarashi delvered a corn flake crunch
my least favorite (coincidentally tt's most favorite) it's a leaf.
my other favourite, a western take on an asian street food pho, without the soup, without the bean sprouts, without the squatting interesting note - the noodle was made purely from very finely chopped up potato
dessert time - licorice cake with soft carroty, yogurty foam
tastes like it looks - this is melted banana (sauce) and malt chocolate lump and a parsley leaf
petite four (part 1) rice cracker covered in chocolate sprinkled with fennel
petite four (part 2) yummy! fairy floss lots of butter