Hurricane's Grill at Bondi - "Forget everything else at this rowdy Roscoe Street eatery and go for one of Sydney's best racks of pork ribs: they're tender, tangy, messy and addictive. Half a rack is enough for most mortals, but if you're ravenous, go the whole 'hog' (a whole rack) or choose one of the combos that also gives you steak or chicken. The lamb racks are also tasty, if not as moist as their piggy counterparts. Hurricane's is big, noisy and crowded, so book ahead if you don't want to wait, and ask for an outdoor table if you want serenity. If you haven't booked, the airy bar is a comfortable spot to socialize in while waiting for your turn at the tables." - by http://www.yourrestaurants.com.au
Rick Southwick - bespoke jeweler, born and raised in Gravesend in Kent, UK, moved to Melbourne with 8 years as the parents did not see the future too bright in UK, now lives in Sydney, David's housemate, his great-grand father knew Gandhi, wanted to be in air force and cartoonist, but accidentally ended up in jewelry business for which he developed true passion when he was mentored by Master Graham Whitehead in London, recently launched new ricksouthwick.com.au site, has his alter ego in form of Desmond the robot, who gets to say things Rick can't, about to become official Aussie citizen, avid surfer and diver, has a daughter, loves Apple experience like millions of other Aussie iPhone users, recently read Bryson's At Home and will one day have a franchise of affordable high quality jewelry schools for really passionate ones. With Zed being managing partner, of course.
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