A Day By The Harbour
Opera Bar is probably one of my favourite venues in Sydney, while it can get pretty touristy on the weekends, its still worth trying to grab a table if not for the yummy food but for the cute musicians that play live music under the canopy every Sunday.
Opera bar has an extensive menu which runs throughout out the day up until 10pm and considering the location ( I always try to avoid eating out around Circular Quay as its usually an absolute rip off) the food is really well priced and delicious!
Its just protocol now, whenever food arrives I have to take several mixed angle shots with my fairly large and embarrassing camera. Its for the blog, its for the blog, okay guyyyysssssss.
And its time to dig in, Queen L goes crazy for the onion rings with paprika aioli $10 but to be honest I wasn’t that much of a fan, perhaps its because i’m uber-healthy now and I would really call deep fried onion a super food.
The prosciutto, provolone and rocket pizza $19 was way more up my ally, the base was thin and golden and although the toppings were minimal the flavour combination was insane!
So after a bit of an unexpected feed we decided that we probably better do some form of exercise (especially since we didn’t even walk to Circular Quay).
After a sequence of unusual lunges and awkward stretches we came to the conclusion that we were quite frankly just embarrassing ourselves in front of the Harbour Bridge…Yep, just laugh it off ladies…
And then out of no where…LOOK UP! we were distracted once again and then BAM!
As the sun began to set and Queen B began giving me looks likes why is Mr. H. Hanson crashing our party once again??…
We realised we secretly liked being in the company of all our men, Queen L had Mr. H. Hanson obviously, Queen B revealed she was secretly wearing TM’s cologne and I had the absolute love of my life, the Sydney Harbour Bridge looking over me as we sleepily made our way back to the taxi rank.
Oh Sydney how I love you.