Wide Open Road | Green Refectory

Wide Open Road | Green Refectory

I’ve started exploring Melbourne’s north more lately, brunching my way through places my friends love. Today, we explore Brunswick.

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Boo's (Putative) Herb Garden

Boo’s (Putative) Herb Garden

Plant usually die under my care. But this year, I really want my balcony garden to become a reality.

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MFWF Express Lunches & More

MFWF Express Lunches & More

Reviews of Melb Food & Wine Festival’s $35 express lunch at Embrasse, Matteo’s, Atlantic, Pearl, Maha, Botanical. Also, Greenhouse by Joost.

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Fandango

Fandango

Old-school & cosy cafe a few doors down from the very popular (and hipstertentious) Auction Rooms. A humble alternative.

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Dinknesh (Lucy)

Dinknesh (Lucy)

Caught up with an old friend at this Ethiopian restaurant in Footscray. Loved the warm, maternal lady who served us.

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Bad Blog 'Relationship'

Bad Blog ‘Relationship’

Food blogger laments and reflects on how blogging can take its toll on real life. A healthy balance needs to be established.

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Brother Baba Budan

Brother Baba Budan

Coffee hub in Melbourne CBD with Mark Dundon’s street cred backing it. Generally creamy and fragrant Seven Seeds coffees.

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Penny Farthing Espresso (Dinner)

Penny Farthing Espresso (Dinner)

Melbourne’s brunch spots are starting to serve dinners now. What Penny Farthing in Northcote had to offer was really good!

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the hardware société

the hardware société

This is Urbanspoon’s most blogged about and most popular brunch spot in Melbourne. Read on to know whether it lives up to its name.

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Ayam Pongteh Recipe (Nyonya Stewed Chicken)

Ayam Pongteh Recipe (Nyonya Stewed Chicken)

Recipe for my home’s own version of Masak Ayam Pongteh, a Peranakan (Nyonya) stewed chicken dish involving the used of preserved soya beans.

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