A Salt & Battery

Fish and chips takes me back to when i was little. Warm butchers paper, the trail of salt and vinegar scent, soggy chips that worked up a sweat between destinations A and B, yet still taste damn good. However there’s an absence of Fish and Chip shops these days. Where did they go? Maybe its … Continue reading


Macaron is a great little French Cafe in Midtown, it serves awesome baguettes at lunchtime (my favorite is the bresaola, buffalo mozzarella, capers and cherry tomatoes in crunchy baguette) and in the mornings, specialties such as this croissant crammed with scrambled eggs and bacon. Also, if you fancy yourself as an expert on macaroons, you … Continue reading

Katz’s Deli

Katz’s Deli is a New York institution (featured in the movie ‘When Harry Met Sally’) and no trip to the city would be complete without a visit! Whilst the sandwiches themselves are pretty exy ($15.50 for the pastrami on rye) they are worth every cent and you’ll be eating leftovers the next day. View Larger … Continue reading

The Park

Took The Bogan to lunch at The Park one sunny Friday to kick-off the July 4 long weekend. Had a pleasant experience but weren’t left wanting more. The food was satisfactory, nothing more, the service lacking, but the courtyard setting and people watching factor gave it something… especially on a sunny Friday.