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Sydney’s CBD fringe plays host to myriad lanes and back streets that are seeing a rebirth as the area explodes with creative businesses and an increase in residential developments where there were once commercial operations or derelict sites.

Some months ago we wrote about a small Sydney City run gallery on Alberta St to the city’s Southern boundary, it’s a blink and you’ll miss it location and quite hard to stumble upon – but where this rotating public gallery once stood now stands Creasion – a slick addition to this gritty urban landscape.

Opened by Yu Sasaki, (having trained under Christine Manfield of Universal fame), the space is sparse but instantly inviting in what is ostensibly a back lane that rarely – if ever – sees sun!

Their speciality is Macarons and sweet things but we just can’t go past the single origin coffee which is genuinely fantastic.  Worth a visit… for those who know their secret Sydney eateries, it’s right next door to Berta at 21 Alberta St, Sydney.

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MakMak? Yum Yum!

OK, so we realise this is a little left of field… but can you blame us!?

Ke-Blog has a sweet tooth and it’s well known we cant pass up a good cake or ‘roon so when we discovered MakMak we decided we just had to share the love (though it pained us to part with this little secret!)

Exotic, creative and imaginative little bursts of joy the MakMak range now boasts:  Mocha, Rose & Rhubarb, Quince & Grape, Vanilla, Salted Caramel, Black Sesame and also Raisin Toast.

We reckon Carlos at MakMak has started something devilishly good!

Drop them a line today to get the latest on their outlets and quotes for special orders!

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