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  1. Hi! I'm Jo, I'm 26 and I moved to Inner West Sydney in November (2012) on my own. I work in the Spa industry and am really loving Sydney and all it has to offer. Work/house/Aussie bf etc is all fab but I miss all my girlfriends in London and am looking to form a group of girls to go out in the city area with at weekends for dinner/cocktails/coffee. Ideally girls who are of a similar age (22-32ish is fine) so drop me a mail if you are in a similar boat :biggrin:
  2. Sydney Newcomers is a group of friendly women and their families who love to meet-up for movies, coffee, meals out and other events. Come and join us this Friday for dinner. Where: Cibo e Vino - Italian Restaurant Shop 2, 299 Old Northern Road, Castle Hill Date: Friday, 13th July , 7.30pm RSVP: by Thursday, the 12th July - send PM to me. Cibo e Vino is an artisanal pasta house that brings affordable quality dining into the heart of Castle Hill. The restaurant has been consistently providing the neighbourhood with good food made from the highest quality produce since 2007 and has since become the top-rated Castle Hill restaurant in the SMH Good Food Guide for the past four years. http://www.ciboevino.com.au/
  3. Tomdickanarry

    New Year's Eve Dinner Cruise

    Hi all We're in Melbourne going to Sydney for New Year's Eve for the first time. Wanted to go for a dinner cruise so we can watch the fireworks on the Harbour. Any recommendations where to scope prices and availability? We haven't found anything less than $450 per head. Thanks all and Happy Holidays!
  4. pablo

    Dinner or tea!

    So your sitting down for something to eat at say...6 pm,is it your dinner or tea? If its your dinner that means when you ate about 1pm that was "lunch" to you?! Well wtf is lunch? "when" was it invented? in school we had "dinner ladies" who served you yer "dinner",not "lunch ladies" ffs! Point of reference re time...if yer say to someone i'l see yer at "dinner time" it meant "midday",not "evening",i think lunch is an invention that shouldnt be allowed,consign it to the folly basket say i:policeman: Or is it a regional thing,called different things in different places?? answers(if any) should be accompanied with your place of birth,this is a scientific study:wubclub:
  5. Hi, We will be arriving in Narangba just a few days before Christmas. Have a house and everything sorted but thought after a long drive from Adelaide it would be nice to just go out somewhere for a nice Christmas lunch. Looking for somewhere that will serve quite traditional food so was hoping to see if anyone has any suggestions. Thanks in advance Deb
  6. Guest

    Christmas dinner in Melbourne

    Can anyone recommend somewhere in Melbourne for christmas dinner? Cheers, WW
  7. JoandJon

    Ideas for dinner?

    OK, it's a lovely sunny day here in the wilds of Kent (yes really it is, I can submit photographic proof if necessary). We have 3 whole plaice defrosted in the fridge and need to use them up tonight. (Fish that look like they've been put under a steam-roller for those who don't know the type) Any ideas or suggestions?
  8. Hi All, Just wondering if anyone could recommend a nice place for a group of Mum's in their 30's for a good night out of dinner, dancing & fun. In Williamstown, Point Cook or maybe the city. Thanks :jiggy::jiggy::wink::laugh:
  9. Hi All, We leave for Townsville in just over 3 weeks:jiggy: so will be having our first christmas dinner down under this year. In my role as the family Jamie Oliver/ Gordon Ramsey it is one of my duties to produce an eye catching festive feast, in recent years in the UK this has comprised of a starter prawn cocktail (with a brandy twist)/ parsnip soup then the main of turkey and ham roast potatoes and all the festive veg followed by a dessert of chrimbo pudding (which i make so it quite full of booze) and my fav dessert is an ice cream chrimbo pudding, so as you can see its quite a heavy meal and takes a lot of preperation to make it all. So my question is what do you do for christmas dinner in Aussie? Normally christmas means the family coming round so what do you do before/after the meal and how have you coped with not having the family at this time of the year? many thanks for taking the time to read and look forward to your replies :chatterbox::chatterbox:
  10. JoandJon

    What's for dinner?

    Ok, I need inspiration for dinner - I have bacon, tinned tuna, pasta, rice, tomatoes (a bucket load from the garden) zucchini onions garlic Also have all the usual herbs and spices (and fresh basil) plus creme fraiche and cheese.... What do I do with them??? GAH
  11. Guest

    Xmas Dinner

    I know its a bit soon to think of xmas but I have a bit of time on my hands today and just found this lovely place for xmas dinner, quite a few of us this year so thought it better to have it on neutral turf. This place has caught my eye http://www.vintageinn.co.uk/thelionfarningham/ what do you think? What are your plans?
  12. Hi Could someone please explain to me how the whole meal thing works in Oz?? Don't worry I know what lunch and dinner are:laugh: My daughter went on a daytrip and had to provide morning tea Can anyone please explain how the day goes What do they have for morning tea? What time do they have it? What do they have for afternoon tea? What time do they have it? Sorry if this sounds really silly but in the UK we have breakfast, dinner, tea and supper:biglaugh: Cheers Popsicle
  13. Guest

    4 dinner guests

    if you could have 4 people from pio as your dinner guests for one night,who would they be--my 4 would be nigel/aldo/paulv,and tracy 123--that would be some night,id serve a good old british curry,with good old british sasuages on a side plate--id have the dinner in New Zealand,ive never been to New Zealand,or lived there,but i read a book on the country 35 years ago,and feel there is nothing anyone can tell me about New Zealand:wubclub:
  14. mr luvpants

    We need a final xmas dinner!

    Hi all we fly out on xmas day at 1805. This has nothing to do with price ( as it was not any cheaper) as everyone keeps asking me :biglaugh: but I had promised my self that last Christmas was going to be out last one in the uk and this is the closest that I can get to it as I don't finish work till 0900 on xmas morning. (yes, I know I am cutting it fine:cool:). We are travelling from southend, Essex to Heathrow and wondered if anyone can give us any recommendations as to where to stop on the way to have a final UK christmas dinner? JOHN
  15. Bobj

    Dinner For One

    Remember Freddie Frinton?? Cheers, Bobj.
  16. Hi All Just a reminder that the Perth Christmas in July dinner at Munja Gardens on 28th July at 7pm needs to be RSVP'd by Sunday evening on the PIO Calendar. I will be contacting the venue on Monday 20th July to confirm numbers. So far there are 6 people going. Would be nice to see a few more - single, couples or groups of friends. Great menu - all listed on the PIO Events and meetups calendar in detail. Cheers Julia
  17. hello everyone im Cheryl! new to perth, just emigrated here 2 months ago. im a Clinical Psychologist and have not made any friends thus far ( im a bit too shy). i was wondering if any young poms such as myself would like to accompany me to a curry house i live down the road from, then for a few drinks at a brit pub around the corner to make a true Mancunian friend. The Indian is called The 5 Rivers and the pub is called The british pub ( although as ive been told it was once called 'The Moon and Sixpence') i dont like dining into a restaurant by myself or walking into a pub by my lonesome. i was thinking This Saturday? please post here before i contact you
  18. I may have miss heard it but.. did it just say on the news that Nichole Kidman has just given birth to Sunday Roast ?????
  19. Given the enormous response that Britain had to the tragic passing of Steve Irwin I was hoping that you may be able to share this information with members and friends. We’re organising a gala dinner on behalf of the Wildlife Warriors who continue the work of the late Steve Irwin, and are seeking the support of the community for the evening. Event details are in the attached flyer and can also be found at http://www.wildlifewarriors.org.au Confirmed entertainment: Jimmy Barnes John Williamson Dan McGhan Mark Wilson from Dancing With the Stars Rupert McCall Dean Perry and the Tap Pups Mel and Koche from Sunrise on 7 will also MC the evening. Auction items: A Harley Davidson A tribute Steve Irwin surf board [courtesy of Wildlife Warriors] A Platinum Australia Zoo experience [courtesy of Australia Zoo] Jersey worn by Hugh Jackman in The Boy From Oz [courtesy of Wildlife Warriors] A weekend for two to Melbourne staying 2 nights in a suite at the Sofitel Hotel with champagne on arrival and return airfares included [courtesy of the Wentworth Sofitel] Sir Donald Bradman signed bat U2 signed music sheet Robbie Williams signed music sheet 2006 World Cup Socceroos signed soccer ball Rodger Federer, Llyeton Hewitt signed tennis ball display Lance Armstrong signed Discovery shirt Michael Schumacher signed Ferrari display For further information please visit http://www.wildlifewarriors.org.au
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