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Georgia Waters is the social media editor for The Sydney Morning Herald. She also reviews restaurants for the Saturday Herald.
Georgia Waters We're sitting in a south Pacific-themed bar of a Balmain pub, drinking from freshly cut coconuts and sharing plates of steamed pork buns and salmon tacos. Just what would Abe Saffron make of this?
Georgia Waters Chiado re-styles traditional Portuguese cuisine for contemporary Sydney.
Georgia Waters A fiery soup sets the scene at the no-frills Peruvian diner, Misky Cravings.
Georgia Waters China Beach's menu mixes the bitter with the sweet.
Georgia Waters Start the day Spanish style - with hot sauce.
Georgia Waters Traditional Thai gets a contemporary twist at Alphabet Street.
Georgia Waters If you love yum cha but hate the noise and frantic trolley traffic, this is the place for you.
Georgia Waters In recent years, Redfern's drinking and dining scene has taken a turn for the better, with stylish nooks popping up all over the suburb.
Georgia Waters Brisbane has become home to Queensland’s first three-hat restaurant, with riverside establishment Esquire taking both the coveted status and claiming the title of Restaurant of the Year.
Georgia Waters Six months and hundreds of meals in the making, the first brisbanetimes.com.au Queensland Good Food Guide will be released tomorrow after a glittering launch and awards ceremony in Brisbane tonight.
Georgia Waters People love to talk about what makes a good restaurant (people like me) but have you ever considered whether you're a good diner?
Georgia Waters Brisbane diners might be dazzled by the new but when it comes to choosing a place to return to again and again, it seems cosy and familiar wins out.
Georgia Waters A general guide to sorting great restaurants from the not-so-great.
Georgia Waters One of Brisbane’s leading chefs has left the restaurant he part-owns for a new bistro in a surprise announcement.
Georgia Waters "I'm usually surprised by the answer when I ask people what their favourite restaurant is," food writer Natascha Mirosch says.
Georgia Waters and Tony Moore Long-running Brisbane riverside restaurant Bretts Wharf will remain open after Brisbane City Council postponed its plans to redevelop Kingsford Smith Drive.
Media sewer mouth
Craig Dixon and Georgia Waters Holden has withdrawn its sponsorship of Kyle Sandilands's radio show after he launched a withering personal attack on a journalist, threatening to "hunt her down" for reporting poor audience reaction...
Wikileaks in the grass
Georgia Waters In an unusual late addition to the line-up of attractions for this year's Splendour in the Grass festival, WikiLeaks boss Julian Assange is now set to make an appearance - of sorts.
Georgia Waters A US hip hop frontman has called Brisbane a city of racists after performing to a sold-out show in West End on Sunday night.
Georgia Waters Hospitality barons, politicians and bartenders gathered at Fortitude Valley club Cloudland last night for an awards ceremony dedicated to safe Valley venues.