Korean BBQ place with a pleasant, industrial atmosphere, good cocktail Korean rice wines and food that’s cooked for you over a charcoal fire.
Fatbee and I took a day trip to Daylesford, where we brunched at Breakfast & Beer, then had Afternoon Tea with scones at Wombat Hill House.
Co Thu Quan’s a Vietnamese eatery inside Little Saigon Market with an utterly unfamiliar menu of interesting (but very good) Vietnamese street food dishes.
Recipe for making your very own Sichuan-style hot pot stock. So much nicer than using the crazy salty store-bought premade spice packets.
Neighbourhood brunch spot in West Melbourne with simple, uncomplicated food and house roasted coffees.
Ayam Penyet Ria is a Singaporean franchise specialising in Indonesian Ayam Penyet (deep fried smashed chicken). The sambal here is superbly spicy.
Trip journal covering the countrysides of France. We visit medieval St Emilion, Lourdes Sanctuary, the fortified city of Carcassonne & sunny Cassis.
American-inspired bar and eatery hidden in a Melbourne laneway with nice cocktails, delicious food and an atmospheric ambience. Perfect for date night!
I’ve been neglecting this life-saving noodle soup dish for too long, so it’s time to satisfy my hankering for it at Pho Hung Vuong Saigon in Footscray.
This post covers the cheap and tasty lunch snacks that you can grab at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne – Boreks and Bratwurst!