KOI will reintroduce a savoury degustation menu that will evolve according to the season.
The new location will mark the third KOI store for the family-run dessert bar.
Reynold Poernomo shows us how to make All Things Malt; a dessert that showcases Milo ganache and beer gelato.
KOI Dessert Bar will open for a three-month stint at HWKR.
Monkey’s Corner has opened in a terrace adjacent to Koi Dessert Bar.
Reynold Poernomo has opened a new dessert destination in Ryde, which will be the Poernomo familys second venue since opening KOI Dessert Bar Chippendale in 2016.
The Taiwan-born chef was also awarded triple gold medals.
Bret Cameron’s menu has a strong focus on Queensland producers.
Kissuu is a late-night concept that covers a 40-seat restaurant and an upstairs disco.
The Ume founder is remembered for his contributions to the industry and his “larger than life” personality.
Back to Win features 24 contestants from previous seasons including Poh Ling Yeow and Hayden Quinn.
Precincts are mushrooming across the country thanks to a demand for premium casual dining.
Hospitality operators are supporting Australian strawberry growers who have been hit hard by needle and metal object contamination.
Anna Polyviou’s festival will feature a range of vendors including Adriano Zumbo and Koi Dessert Bar.
Collins Street espresso bar, Long Shot, has transformed into a 250sqm coffee shop after being redesigned by loopcreative.
Bar Ume owner Kerby Craig always had plans to open a Japanese burger joint. Hospitality spoke to him about bringing them to fruition with the opening of Ume Burger at The Streets of Barangaroo.
After launching in December 2014, Sydneys Dragoncello restaurant will close its doors for good this weekend.
Part of the Urban Purveyor Group, popular Japanese restaurant Sak has announced it will open another site in Melbourne as well as two new Sak concepts.
The winners of the annual Age Good Food Guide awards were announced on Monday night, with newcomer, Minamishima taking out the Restaurant of the Year title.
Now in its fourth year, the Eat Drink Design Awards will once again be returning in 2015 to recognise excellence in design of hospitality premises.