Corinne

Corinne is the founder and editor of Gourmantic. An avid scribe, she has taken pen to paper since the age of five. Her repertoire includes long works of fiction, short stories and travelogues. She is a winner of the GT travel writing competition, has judged the Australasian Whisky Awards for 2013 and several cocktail competitions. She is also named in the Australian Bartender Most Influential List for 2013.

Balvenie 14 YO Caribbean Cask

Balvenie 14 YO Caribbean Cask Launch

The Balvenie 14 YO Caribbean Cask launched in Sydney to the beat of a steel kettle drum at The Cuban Place / Parke Davis in the CBD. Photography © by Kevin Burke for Gourmantic – Copyright: All rights reserved. The new expression was presented by James Buntin, Balvenie Ambassador at …

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Coogee Pavilion, Coogee Beach

Coogee Pavilion, Coogee Beach

We take a first look at the ground floor of the newly-opened Coogee Pavilion. When Merivale announced it was acquiring Coogee’s Beach Palace Hotel, there was a sense of excitement and anticipation from locals and residents – like ourselves – who have long regarded the area as a dining and …

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Yurippi at The Cliff Dive, Darlinghurst

Yurippi at The Cliff Dive

Since we first reviewed The Cliff Dive in Darlinghurst in late 2013, a lot has changed. New alcohol laws came into place with lockouts in Sydney’s CBD at 1.30 am and last drinks at 3 am. If that wasn’t enough to impact the thriving Sydney night scene, new bans came …

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Chefs Gallery, MetCentre Sydney

Chefs Gallery, MetCentre Sydney

Step past the Chefs Gallery in Sydney’s MetCentre and you can watch balls of dough being stretched like rubber bands at the deft hands of the chefs. There’s an element of magic as he pulls, twists and stretches the dough which results in the finest and silkiest noodles. Photography © …

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The Push Bar, The Rocks Sydney

The Push, The Rocks

After extensive renovations, The Push has opened in The Rocks with a theme inspired by the area’s heritage. Tucked beneath the Russell Hotel in the Rocks, the space was previously known as The Russell Wine Bar. The name is derived from The Rocks Push, a notorious group in the early …

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Underground Cinema: La Guerre

Underground Cinema: La Guerre

The urgent télégramme stated, Vive La Résistance, an invitation by Underground Cinema to time travel to the 1940s, into the midst of World War II and be immersed in a unique secret cinema live experience. But Shhh… c’est un secret… The location was a secret, the dress code was the best …

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