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Obviously Good is your one stop food shop for all things good in Sydney...obviously, from where to go to what to eat we have you covered. It may be the opening of a new restaurant or revisiting some crowd culinary favourites, join us every Tuesday as we discover what’s good in food each week.
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    • 4.5 • 133 Ratings

Obviously Good is your one stop food shop for all things good in Sydney...obviously, from where to go to what to eat we have you covered. It may be the opening of a new restaurant or revisiting some crowd culinary favourites, join us every Tuesday as we discover what’s good in food each week.
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    Blackwood Pantry

    Blackwood Pantry

    Health food beach babes that’s who we were channeling this week at Blackwood Pantry in Cronulla. Co-owners Rob Lechowicz, Daniel Sorridimi and Paul Pisani, contacted the best of the best when opening this establishment in 2016 and coffee sits at the centre. In the coffee machine is some of Sydney’s top roasting beans and on the all day menu lives a mixture of colourful sweet and savoury dishes. Aesthetically we didn’t think the venue lived up to the hype it had generated and yet it appears to have somewhat a cult following with a line out the door on weekends and the likes of Sarah’s Day even having her own dish on the menu... has the shire shone?
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    • 29 min
    Juan Montago

    Juan Montago

    Parked up on cathedral street in Woolloomolo is a new Latina diner that goes by the name of Juan Montago. For some this might ring a bell because by day this venue is a cafe known as John Montagu, see what they did there?
    Narada Kudinar mastermind behind this masked madness is also co-owner of Yan Restaurant in Wolli Creek. Juan Montago is serving up a modern menu of Colombian and South American delights and it is simply divine.

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    • 29 min
    Totti's

    Totti's

    This week's pick needs no introduction, but we will give you one anyway. Another of Justin Hemme’s masterpieces Totti’s opened in late 2018 on Bondi Road connected to the Royal and has become one of Sydney’s most loved venues ever since. Think casual Italian eatery with a hint of Bondi snobbiness. This menu, like most of the guests, is dressed to impressed starting with the famous wood fire bread followed by antipasto and finishing with a delicious array of pasta and wine. Has Justin done it again? Tune in to find out!
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    • 42 min
    Calle Rey

    Calle Rey

    A 100% vegan menu of Mexican, Peruvian and Japanese cuisines…what on earth? Calle Rey opened its doors on King St in Newtown in February this year however with the hit of COVID it has flown relatively under the radar. Serving up a unique range of flavours and fusions, Executive Chef JC Miranda is aiming to push the boundaries of plant based cuisine with throwing a whole lot of liquor on the side. Inside Calle Rey you will find Diablo Pisco Bar a Peruvian themed bar offering unique cocktails heroing the Peruvian Pisco and largaritas, ginormous margaritas topped with your choice of Vodka Cruiser or Sol beer. Needless to say there is a lot happening and I’m not sure how we feel about it.
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    • 27 min
    Toko

    Toko

    We took ourselves to the heart of Surry Hills to indulge in a Izakaya inspired dining experience at Toko. With the building itself dating back to 1908 and an interior that can only be described as dark and lush, It’s hard to walk down crown street and miss the spiral matchstick-like wall art that lays within. Once you are within, you’ll be greeted with a perfectly designed menu that is predominately share style, along with Japanese inspired cocktails, sake, and an endless wine list.
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    • 30 min
    Biáng! Biáng!

    Biáng! Biáng!

    If thick, sticky, chewy noodles coated in sweat inducing (or in Bea’s case snot inducing) chilli is your thing then you need to head to Biang Biang. Opening in 2017 by Chinese based company Gu Cheng management, this Chinatown staple shot to fame for its name sake the Biang Biang noodle. Steeped in tradition these cheap and cheerful noodles will definitely not disappoint.
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    • 22 min

Customer Reviews

4.5 out of 5
133 Ratings

133 Ratings

NaradaK ,

Thanks for the feature!

Narada here from Juan Montago. Thoroughly enjoyed (nervously) the pod. Have already taken on lots of great feedback. Hope we see you guys again for an even better meal. Thanks!

emlm ,

Love it

Great podcast, super laidback, honest, funny and enjoyable. I’d love to hear a review of Casoni, Caffe Roma or Don’t Tell Aunty ❤️

Penlopestapestry ,

Surprisingly refreshing take on the Sydney restaurant scene

My fav podcast. Always feel as though I am in the restaurant with these three gorgeous girls. Don’t always approve but always appreciate.

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