We chanced upon the popular Harry’s (which was just around the corner of our apartment) while trying to figure our way to breakfast and decided that we needed pre-breakfast, hahaha 😛
Of course, we ordered their signature pie, Tiger (A$7.60), named after the founder Harry ‘Tiger’ Edwards. This was a chunky lean beef pie served with mushy peas, mash & gravy in distinct layers.
We thought that the pie itself was alright, but the mushy peas and mash were really delicious and we totally enjoyed this legendary dish from Sydney!
- Location: Hay Street, Haymarket NSW 2000, Australia (Google Map)
- Website: www.harryscafedewheels.com.au
- Directions: Take the Light Rail to Capitol Square. It’s on the outside entrance of Capitol Square Shopping Centre, next to Paddy Maguires Pub
- Hrs: 9am – 10pm (Mon-Tue), 9am – 12am (Wed-Thu), 9am – 3am (Fri-Sat), 10am – 10pm (Sun)
Yet another lazy Sunday afternoon for this unfortunate couple who had been taking turns falling sick throughout the Lunar New Year period, and we did not really feel like eating much today. Thus, pies became lunch!
Located at a quiet corner behind the main Upper Thomson road (behind UOB), we were first greeted by a X’mas tree outside, followed by a huge teddy bear!
Being a corner unit, an entire wall was turned into glass, which instantly brightens up the place and provided an extended view for customers as they sat and laze the afternoon away…
Interesting sign board
Ended work today around 4pm at Clarke Quay area and went over to Chinatown to meet up with hubby to enjoy the buzz of the festive season with only 2 more weeks to Chinese New Year! 🙂 We walked till our legs were aching and got ourselves 1.8kg worth of Taiwanese fruit jelly. Together with a laptop, they were too heavy and we decided that we needed some coffee therapy!
Did a quick search of cafés nearby on our Foursquare app and decided on Group Therapy. This cafe was tugged on the second floor along a long stretch of restored shop houses along Duxton Road, and we almost missed the small entrance had it not been a tip on Foursquare :p The door knob was actually an ice cream scoop nailed to the door… Haha!
The deco is very cafe-like, with some corners tugged with sofas and big tall tables lining up in the middle of the premise. Ambiance is cosy with soft music playing in the background, and the soothing lighting, together with sunlight from the windows made the place a very nice place for small gatherings.