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[REVIEW] Blue Ribbon Sushi

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[REVIEW] Blue Ribbon Sushi

Sometimes the hype is not all it's cracked up to be.

However, all was not lost as like with most trips to New York we spotted a wee celebrity. Sitting just two tables behind us, I'll give you a clue. "Listen to my words, and hear his face." 

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[REVEW] Jun-Men

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[REVEW] Jun-Men

I’m sure you've all heard of Little Italy, China Town, Little Korea, The Arab Quarter......well,  I have discovered Mini Japan. Taking a teeny tiny residence on 25th and 9th this 24 seater restaurant is a hidden gem. Irasshaimase!!!! (Welcome in Japanese.....just in case you hadn't walked into enough sushi restaurants in your lifetime).

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[REVIEW] Jacob's Pickles

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[REVIEW] Jacob's Pickles

As we finish indulging in another long weekend it seems fitting to round it off with the most fattening, sugary, creamy, fried, carb loaded, needless to say just as indulgent, meal that has ever passed my lips. I left feeling emotionally very satisfied but physically? Not so much. When it comes to a meal like this it really is mind over matter and I wish good luck to anyone brave enough to take on this beast.

This post goes out to honour the brave Australian soldiers. 

Lest We Forget.

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[REVIEW] Tick Tock

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[REVIEW] Tick Tock

Taking midnight munchies to the next level at Tick Tock diner. I can confidently say that this was the best cheesecake I had whilst visiting New York. Smooth, creamy and seriously rich, and of course washed down with an American sized glass of chocolate milkshake. I probably didn't need this rather heavy yet delicious consumption of goodness but as they say "when in Rome".

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[Review] Vietnamese Sandwich Shop

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[Review] Vietnamese Sandwich Shop

If you like pork and you like sandwiches, this place is for you. Forget that it's a grubby, run down hole in the wall, forget that there's no indoor seating, forget that there are no tables, forget that it's situated right on the footpath, forget that the three plastic chairs are positioned right next to a bin. Forget ALL of that and just focus on having the BEST pork sandwich of your life. 

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