Author: Chris Singh

Chris Singh is the Deputy Editor of the AU review and a freelance travel writer. You can reach him on Instagram by following @chrisdsingh.

Singapore Tourism hook up with Anna Polyviou for limited edition Honey Bean Coffee Gin Liqueur

October 20, 2021

We often become too accustomed to drinking the same thing each and every week, so when a limited edition collaboration of this magnitude comes along, it’s worth paying attention. That would be a new limited edition coffee gin liqueur created by the Singapore Tourism Board in collaboration with famed pastry chef Anna Polyviou, coming straight […]

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This weekend’s Bon Fromage Festival of Cheeses brings online masterclasses to your living room

October 19, 2021

Looking to brush up on your cheese board skills (yes, putting together a platter is art) or perfecting the art of the savoury crepe? You’re going to want to hit up Bon Fromage Festival’s digital component, which runs this year from 22nd to 24th October entirely online. The great festival of French cheese is prepping […]

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Aria Sydney is back with a vengeance; debuts new spring menu with chef Thomas Gorringe

October 19, 2021

Now that Sydney’s most reliable restaurants are starting to open back to up to fully vaxxed patrons, we’re beginning to see some of the city’s finest establishments reveal new seasonal menus across the board. One of the best we’ve seen so far has been the new spring menu at Matt Moran’s long-standing Aria, with exec. […]

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Domino’s just dropped a cheesy vegemite pizza… and it’s actually pretty damn good

October 19, 2021

There’s always a special time and place for Domino’s, and even if the time between finishing a full large pizza and being slapped with guilt and shame gets increasingly shorter the older you get, you’d be a fool for thinking you’d never go back to Australia’s most consistent pizza chain. The brand has nailed consistency, […]

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Koko Black & Connoisseur team up for new Australian ice-cream range

October 19, 2021

Artisan chocolatier Koko Black has been quite the busy brand this year, with numerous new releases dotted throughout 2021 and keeping us well chocolate’d-up through lockdown. Their latest collaboration is perhaps their best yet, teaming up with Connoisseur Gourmet Ice Cream to deliver a new collection straight to your freezer. Released to align with World […]

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Jabra once again look to nail every part of your daily commute with the Evolve2 75 headphones

October 19, 2021

It may seem like an odd dichotomy for an audio brand, but Jabra has always been at the forefront of both sports-friendly truly wireless Bluetooth earbuds, and enterprise headphones. If you’ve ever been to an office and then gone for a jog on your lunch break, you should already be quite familiar with Jabra and […]

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Five spots to book next week now that “Freedom Day” is upon Sydney

October 7, 2021

Not that it should be grotesquely touted as “freedom day” like it’s a signal to the ongoing pandemic is over, but October 11th has now been confirmed as the day when the fully vaccinated will be able to once again start enjoying fewer restrictions in Sydney. That means that we’re now able to book in […]

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Here’s how to make a MILKLAB Lamington Oak Milk Latte to celebrate World Coffee Day

October 1, 2021

Today marks World Coffee Day so naturally every single thing about the art is going to be picked apart, analysed, and written about online today. From coffee beans and the perfect grind, to your city’s best coffee shops and latte art. One of the most discussed things today, however, is always going to be milk. […]

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Wine Journey is Australia’s newest intrepid service bringing the world’s best regions to your door

September 21, 2021

Having a wine subscription services curate and deliver you new and exciting wines regularly has become one of the most popular ways to discover the local and international growing regions during lockdown. Although there are also similar services that have been popping up lately, again focused on curation but without locking people into any ongoing […]

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The Ghan has launched its first ever day-trip to Clare Valley

September 20, 2021

Australian icon The Ghan has been roaming Australia’s countryside for decades now, but for the first time ever the train will be leaving on a special epicurean adventure to the world-renowned Clare Valley. Straight from October 8, the single-day itinerary will be a complete food and wine-focused adventure, designed to showcase a new railway journey […]

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iHeartWine is a new app showcasing independent winemakers and connecting them directly to drinkers

September 20, 2021

Smaller producers have been profoundly impacted these past two years as the devastating triple punch of bushfires, Chinese tariffs, and the global pandemic has shaken the local wine industry. I don’t even need to tell you important it is to support your favourite winemakers at a time like this, so the arrival of a new […]

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Whoop 4.0: Everything you need to know about the new digital fitness and health coach

September 20, 2021

Health-coaching fitness bands have been competing nicely with more specc’d out smartwatches for a few years now, and Whoop has been the main driver of that. It’s then no surprise that the next iteration in the company’s range, Whoop 4.0, is getting plenty of hype thanks to a heavy list of features helping boost value […]

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Planning a Sydney picnic? East 33 are now offering their spring season oysters fresh from the farm to your door

September 20, 2021

Right now, with relaxed restrictions regarding small outdoor gatherings, Sydneysiders have one thing on their mind. Picnics. And some of the city’s best restaurants are moving quickly to adapt, introducing picnic hampers, having bake sales, and putting together produce to make picnic planning that much easier. Although not much can rival getting produce direct from […]

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This $150 limited edition food box proves Porcine is one of the best new restaurants in Sydney

September 20, 2021

With Shane Delia’s recently launched Providoor Sydney has been going off lately, locked-down Sydneysiders have been getting used to getting food boxes delivered from some of the city’s best restaurants. Pre-proportioned ingredients are all ready to cook up into a hearty, restaurant-quality meal. It was only a matter of time before other restaurants hopped onto […]

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JBL Clip 4 Review: Landing on the perfect design for portability

September 6, 2021

It’s hard to see how JBL could have arrived at a better design for the latest in their tiny JBL Clip series. The JBL Clip 4 looks infinitely more attractive than its preceding models – a petite oval speaker with a fabric grille all over it, attached to a built-in carabiner that can hook onto […]

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Arlo Essential Indoor Camera Review: Offers much more than its price would imply

September 6, 2021

Arlo’s Essential series has completely redefined the reliable smart home security brand. I’ve been thoroughly impressed by the balance of price and performance with devices like the Arlo Essential XL Spotlight Camera and Arlo Essential Doorbell. It’s no surprise that the Arlo Essential Indoor Camera continues the series’ dominance over the category, offering a lot […]

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Send is the new delivery app in Australia set to change the game on how we shop for groceries

September 6, 2021

The convenience, and now safety, of having stuff delivered straight to your door has been one of the major things helping us get through health-mandated lockdowns since March of last year. And if anything, it’s also exposed just how flawed and backed up a lot of these systems are. Ordering from Coles and Woolies online […]

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‘Create Action Now: Australia’s newest vodka-soda mix is out to make in impact

September 6, 2021

Consuming alcohol might help slow the brain down and shed a bit of that lockdown anxiety, which explains why alcohol brands have been making bank this year, but rarely does drinking one come with the knowledge that you’re also making a positive impact on the world. C.A.N is out to change that. Australia’s newest vodka […]

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Bose Smart Soundbar 300 Review: Are the compromises too much?

August 30, 2021

The Sonos Beam may hold court when it comes to budget-friendly, compact soundbars but Bose has emerged with a solid competitor that, in many ways, is one of the best soundbars you can buy right now. That’s no surprise really; Bose has always been impressive when it comes to packing audio prowess into more than […]

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Father’s Day Gift Guide 2021: Wines, Spirits & Beers To Get Dad This Sunday

August 30, 2021

You know what’s coming around this Sunday 5th September, and by now you should know what kind of last-minute gift you want to pick up for the old man. Yep, Father’s Day is going to be an important one this year. If he’s like most people in Australia right now, Dad is locking down amongst […]

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Sennheiser CX True Wireless Review: Big sound and battery on a budget

August 29, 2021

Sennheiser’s pedigree when it comes to superior sound cannot be denied. Their Momentum 2 earbuds are still some of the best on the market, despite being released a few years ago. They’ve since started playing around on the lower end of the price spectrum, attempting to provide value that stretches beyond the price point. The […]

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JBL Charge 5 Review: Incredibly rugged and a powerful performer

August 29, 2021

JBL’s Charge series has always justified popularity, and no more was that true than for the Charge 4. It’s still one of my favourite portable, durable speakers to take on a short trip away. The Charge 5 is a meaningful improvement over its processor, edging that out and reiterating JBL as a company that really […]

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Kengo Kuma: From the Japan National Stadium to public toilets, good design is universal

August 28, 2021

The creator of the 2020 Olympic/Paralympic centrepiece is building stylish public toilets and looking at the city like a cat. With the Olympics and Paralympics proving a welcome distraction from the current issues impacting our daily lives right now, Kengo Kuma, is a man you should know. He’s the Japanese architectural icon behind the Japan […]

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Father’s Day Gift Guide 2021: From home cinema essentials to grooming greats and kitchen gadgets

August 27, 2021

For many Aussies this year, Father’s Day will be spent in lockdown. And while that’s unfortunate, there’s still plenty you can do to make your dad, or dad figure, feel like a billion bucks on Sunday 5th September. If you’re in Sydney CBD, you should definitely be ordering up one of those Man Tea boxes […]

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Win a Evovacs Deebot Ozmo T8+ Robotic Vacuum Cleaner worth $1,299

August 25, 2021

The modern smart home has plenty of essentials. A smart security system, maybe a few voice assistant enabled speakers, some smart lighting for the backyard, and app-connected kitchenware. Although perhaps none has become more of a must-have than a good, high-end robot vacuum cleaner. The technology behind these nifty little things has come a long […]

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Win a Hydragun Percussive Massage Gun worth $600

August 23, 2021

With wellness tech steadily growing and getting stronger as a sector, there are many choices on the market for those seeking premium massage guns to help with muscle recovery, relaxation, and improve circulation. In the past few years, the demand for these massage guns have skyrocketed. There’s a few choices out there, but the general […]

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Koala Modern Sofa Review: Modular design reigns supreme moving forward

August 23, 2021

Modern thinking has long aligned furniture and home design with wellness, and with work-from-home becoming a better established approach to daily life it’s important to look at the ways we can design our spaces to better complement stress reduction, mindfulness, and an overall feeling of wellbeing. Koala slots into that mentality nicely, seeing as it […]

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Close Comfort’s Cool Focus Review: Personal air conditioning is starting to get interesting

August 17, 2021

I love personal air conditioning. I know that’s a strange thing to say, but ever since owning the Dyson Pure Cool Me, a portable air conditioner that selfishly focuses on me has become a summer essential. Can Close Comfort’s Cool Focus compete? It definitely tries too, and does a bang up job doing so, offering […]

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LG Tone Wireless FN7 Review: Muscling through a competitive market

August 16, 2021

Let’s be blunt here. LG isn’t the first brand that comes to mind when you think of the hyper-competitive market for true wireless earbuds. Personal audio is always going to be a fiercely competitive scene, but dominators Sony, Bose, Sennheiser, Apple, Samsung, and JBL are always going to come out on top. That’s not to […]

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Zega Digital Pot Review: A unique Bluetooth walk-away cooker that completely changes the game

August 16, 2021

There are plenty of kitchen gadgets on the market if you’re after quick and easy slow-cooked meals which require very little effort. Always has, always will be. But there’s something uniquely satisfying about Zega Intelligent Cookware and their nifty little (little in effort, medium in size) app-enabled pot – the currently $199 Zega Digital. For […]

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