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Social Spy** Janus launch

Sydneysocial101 was recently invited to the launch of Janus in Kings Cross. Janus is an Italian restaurant where the ‘menu is built on traditional Italian flavours and made from only the highest quality ingredients’. It is located in the heart of Kings Cross and make a wonderful change from the usual bars which are full of back packers.

Janus had an amazing array of colourful deserts, which looked too good to eat but too hard to resist. The bakery is another area which sell fresh croissants, muffins and danishes that are all made in house daily.

During the course of the night we were thrilled to see Brazilian dancers and drummers. Everyone gathered outside as the strutted their stuff and moved through the crowd.

The highlight of the evening was trying the Suckling Pig which we had eyed up on the spit, earlier in the evening. It was carved in the middle of the crowd and a quick queue formed around it. It will definitely be on my order next time I go.

Special guest Jacinta Campbell was there to cut the cake and wish good luck to the restaurant.

This is the newest of their 4 restaurants in Sydney. They is also the Met Centre, Darling Quarter and recently opened Bligh Street.

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