Paradise found. Our favourite all-day trattoria, Fratelli Paradiso, has shed its old exterior and created a new world for its sixteenth birthday – textured with hessian walls, ribbed walnut paneling, 60s-inspired lighting and gently curved booths covered in buttery leather. Retaining their signature Jonathan Zawada wallpaper to keep a touch of nostalgia, the Potts Point institution has transformed the panetteria (bakery) into an additional sophisticated dining section, still serving up all the old favourites. The infamous lasagnetta bolognese, calamari sant’ andrea and that iconic tiramisu remain on the menu, with rotating seasonal dishes to accompany. Grab the corner table and order the negroni to start. We’ll be here all night.
Just us two. Model Alexandra Agoston and photographer Chris Colls show us inside their sunlit home.
Mode Kitchen & Bar launches an exciting new dining series that celebrates the wealth of Australia’s local produce and the growers and suppliers who bring it to our tables.
Photographer Holly Gibson returns to her second home of Japan, sharing with RUSSH her album of beautiful, quiet moments captured on film.