Working in the travel industry, I have an opportunity and obligation to see the world. Though most of my travels last only a day or two at a time, I manage to swig an espresso (or three) and get on with the party. Follow me as I shamelessly devour the foods of the land, (over)indulge in the local beer and wine, and discover new cities with old friends.
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It wasn’t our cheapest meal, but Nick’s has got quite a view on Darling
Harbour and some seriously good seafood. We had a corner table facing
the harbour on that humid night. The next day I woke up with more
mosquito bites on my two legs than I can count on my two hands but it
was all worth it. I started with a dirty martini, to make me feel fancy.
We settled on mussels for an appetizer, and they were the largest I’ve
ever laid eyes on! We also tried the barramundi and prawns. I’ve never
heard of the barramundi fish before. It’s a local fish that we’ve never
tried, and it was grilled to perfection! The Queensland jumbo prawns
were like mini lobsters, butterflied with tons of garlic and butter. Unfortunately, there were only 4. I could've ate 40 but this special ran for $43 so I'll accept the portion I got! This kind of night
calls for an after party! Stay tuned….