Quan Viet

Quan Viet

Love the remote location this Vietnamese joint is situated.. in Braybrook, Melbourne. Food’s good too! Even the rice paper roll’s different.

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Attica

Attica

Had a wonderful degustation here, each dish held geographical hints. In Ripponlea, Melbourne, headed by kiwi chef and forager, Ben Shewry.

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PM24

PM24

French food by Philippe Mouchel at 24 Russel St, Melbourne. The rustic homely Sunday Lunch here involved really huge portions.

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De Clieu

De Clieu

One of Mark Dundon’s trilogy of cafes, this brunch spot is on Gertrude St in Fitzroy, Melbourne. Smooth coffees and nice menu.

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Taiwan Cafe

Taiwan Cafe

Taiwanese street food can now be found in Melbourne CBD. But I’m not sure if I like Taiwanese food, to be honest…

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Hong Lim Market & Food Centre

Hong Lim Market & Food Centre

A quick tour of the popular hawker stalls (and family favourites) in this old established Singapore hawker centre.

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Singapore, A Conversation In Pictures

Singapore, A Conversation In Pictures

Photo story – Migrant returns to Singapore to spend time with his mum who’s been diagnosed with cancer. The story pivots around food.

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Cicciolina

Cicciolina

An old standard in St Kilda, Cicciolina serves Italian fare in a very mood ambience.

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Wall Two 80

Wall Two 80

A hole-in-the-wall type of cafe and brunch hideout, tucked away in Carlisle St, Balaclava. And lots of graffiti!

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Sakura Kaiten Sushi

Sakura Kaiten Sushi

A cosy small nook of a sushi train place in Melbourne CBD. Slightly higher price point, but the food here was enjoyable.

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