Tom Phat

Tom Phat

Pan-Asian style cafe bistro in Sydney Rd, Brunswick. Serves Thai inspired fusion food. This post was written in the format of a comic strip.

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Porgie + Mr Jones

Porgie + Mr Jones

A really popular brunch spot in Hawthorn, Melbourne. Decent food, but I wasn’t as fond of the coffee.

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Mr. Lee

Mr. Lee

Another of those mixed Korean & Japanese eateries along Victoria St. But I liked the pork spine hot pot we had here.

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Coin Laundry

Coin Laundry

Converted laundromat in Armadale (Melbourne) turns into a cafe with food that’s as beautiful & delicious as the staff.

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Breakfast Singapore-Style (Part 2)

Breakfast Singapore-Style (Part 2)

A Singapore breakfast series: Kopi-O, Chee Cheong Fun, Roti Prata, Mee Siam, You Tiao, Vegetarian Bee Hoon.

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Golden Fields

Golden Fields

Fusion cuisine. I was comparing this Andrew McConnell venture in St Kilda with Chin Chin in the CBD. Both have their merits, but I prefer..

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Laksa Party

Laksa Party

Had a go at making homemade Nyonya laksa (Singapore style) from scratch. Even the paste ingredients were hand-pounded. Not easy.

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Three Bags Full

Three Bags Full

Hailed as one of “Melbourne’s best brunch spots”, 3 bags in Abbotsford has got a lot to live up to. How did they fare?

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Red Cliff (赤壁)

Red Cliff (赤壁)

Authentic Hubei Chinese food in Carnegie, glad I had a food guide. Some dishes were a challenge to appreciate, but it was interesting.

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Hako

Hako

An intimate and minimalist Japanese dining place in Melbourne’s CBD. I’d come here for after work drinks and nibbles.

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