No more rambling this time, only a short diatribe that hopes against hope that 2015 will prove itself to be more superior to last.
Rozelle was a bit a disappointing but that was probably courtesy to Christmas with many probably preferring the company of loved ones rather than prickly customers. It began with the intention of hurling money at vendors at the Rozelle Market but it was rather lacklustre, still, there a few places we thought worthy of a bit of poking around.
|Raw Zucchini Pasta with sundried tomato and basil pesto ($16)|
|Basil Risotto with mushrooms ($16)|
|Raw Carrot Cake and Raw Caramel and Chocolate Fudge Slice ($8 ea)|
656 Darling Street, Rozelle
At the consignment store next door. Clean, organised and airy. The perfect way to gently introduce the concept of thrifting to beginners before you ruthlessly hurl them into a rat's nest and watch them fend for themselves.
I thought this was an interesting concept, a clothes store twixt with a hair salon. Come in looking for rediscovery, leave with a reinvented look and new wardrobe.
650 Darling Street, Rozelle
A great collection of kaftans and bohemian. More geared towards maturer women.
624 Darling Street, Rozelle
A collector of eclectic with full awareness that balance must be established with timeless elements to allow your style to transcend through time itself.
620 Darling Street, Rozelle