The number of restaurants that have closed over the past few months is quite scary. Cotton Duck is gone, as well as The Berowra Waters Inn, Ad Lib, Bilson’s, Montpellier Public House, Bird Cow Fish and Tabou. Justin North has announced that his restaurant group (including Becasse) is now under voluntary administration.
Please note since writing the above it has been announced that Becasse will have last dinner service tomorrow night, with North’s establishments coming to an end. Read More
With all this in mind and of great concern Jill Dupleix felt something must be done. Along with restaurant critic Terry Durack Appetite for Sydney was born. There are more than 30 restaurants on board at the moment with more due to join up offering fantastic dinging deals. Updates and participants will appear in Sydney Morning Herald’s Good Living section each Tuesday.
Chef/owner of Wafu, Ichikawa, has announced that she will close its doors. I wonder if anyone is actually worried about that one. I know I won’t miss the eatery. To be honest the Nazi like dining rules has made me not even bother to flick and eyelash in Wafu’s direction. For more information and Ichikawa’s hilarious rants and rules, have a look at this SMH article. If you are interested in trying out Wafu before the doors close, it is business as usual for members or ‘anyone willing to bring their own containers’ (a dining at Wafu rule for leftovers) while the restaurant is up for sale. Read more →