Ever since I could remember, I was always on the hunt, looking for places to satisfy my eagerness in discovering something for the first time.

Having my mind blown at the flavours, textures, learning how it is prepared and the cultural history behind different foods – it’s a privilege to have the money, time, and freedom to go out there. Sydney is such an amazing place to live in, we have a great food scene. There is this dynamic variety of different cultural food experiences – one of our greatest achievements in my opinion.

I love doing sharing adventures with others, especially foodie ones. Food is something we all have in common, it brings people of all backgrounds together. It’s something to bond over, to mend things with and to discuss. It is, in part, a platform to communicate with each other. There is such a pleasure in watching someone’s face when they discover a new dish. Their eyes light up, a smile across the face, and their anticipation in every bite. I love watching it, in a non-creepy way of course.

Yebisu | George Street, Sydney


There are heaps of Japanese restaurants around but Yebisu is by far, the best among the rest. I like having all kinds of food experiences. I don’t often do up market, but when I do – its amazing. Food is of the highest quality (and price). I always order the same dishes: Kingfish Nigiri, Agodashi Tofu and Earl Grey Crème Brulée. It’s not a halal restaurant, but they have plenty of seafood and vegetarian options.


Location: Shop 7-10, 501 George Street ​, ​Sydney, NSW

Price: $$$

Must Try: Agodashi Tofu