Yang San Park, NSW

7/24/2015 12:30:00 PM 1 Comments A+ a-

YANG SAN PARK


Korean BBQ is so good especially when it's winter in the evening and you want something warm and in need of a good ol' B-B-Q.

We try the Yang San Park for the first time. A busy restaurant situated on the corner of Dixon Street and Harbour Street that is often quite busy with a lot of tables being turned over. And now I know why, because sitting there with my parents Mr. Chatterbox and Mrs. Helpful we are prompted with such a unique service we haven't seen/had for K-BBQ in a long while.

Trip: Leura & Katoomba

7/23/2015 12:30:00 PM 0 Comments A+ a-

LEURA & KATOOMBA


After working about so many days straight in a row after a while you just want to zone out and obtain some tranquility away from all the interactions that come across your busy day.

Mr. Bump and I planned a spontaneous overnight trip to the countryside and took the city train outbound by CityRail which took 2 hours each way but was a little bit scenic itself, going through suburbs I've only vaguely heard of growing up once we skimmed by Strathfield, Parramatta then came Penrith, Emu Plains, and then all stations up the Blue Mountains where everything to me felt like I was crossing unknown territories.

Pishon Patisserie, NSW

7/21/2015 02:55:00 PM 0 Comments A+ a-

PISHON PATISSERIE


Venturing inside the recently refurbed Chatswood train station theres a lot of new eateries to choose from upstairs in The District - a mega huge food court with some interesting asian varietals to choose for your lunch or dinner meals. Then take a level down and you'll find the loveable Pishon Patisserie, a Korean cafe/patisserie adorned with quaint wooden furniture and adorable drinks and sweets on display.

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