Twin post covering a couple of cheap eats around the CBD. It wasn’t that great, making me wonder if quality’s different when dining over the festive season.
A casual series of the cheap eats that Fatbee and I have been exploring on our lazy work-week nights. Why cook when we can feast like kings so cheaply?
Finally found a great spot for Nasi Padang food from West Sumatra, Indonesia. My Indonesian companions gives this restaurant a big thumbs up!
Vietnamese food post covering a Pho shop in Melbourne Emporium (CBD), and an old-school Com Tam (broken rice) joint in Footscray.
Cutely named burger shack in North Melbourne serving tasty burgers with juicy patties and lots of salad sandwiched by fluffy brioche buns.
Cosy little joint in the CBD serving cuisine from Borneo / East Malaysia. Do try their signature dish, the Dry Bak Kut Teh!
Incredibly popular Korean BBQ den in Melbourne serving the much talked-about 8 Colorful Flavours of Pork Belly BBQ set.
Noodle shop along Elizabeth Street’s stretch of cheap eats serving excellent Kolo Mee and Kampua Noodles from Sarawak, Malaysia.
Casual eatery serving Indonesian one-dish meals. Make sure you do it Indonesian-style by having it with keropok (crackers) & kecap manis (sweet soy sauce).