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.
Recipe for my home’s own version of Masak Ayam Pongteh, a Peranakan (Nyonya) stewed chicken dish involving the used of preserved soya beans.
Cutely themed cafe in Caulfield, Melbourne. Small batch beans in an industrial setting.
A virtual ‘Housewarming’ welcome post after migrating a food blog from Blogger to Wordpress.
Malaysian hawker-style restaurant in Fitzroy North, Melbourne. Cheap eats, noodle soup, fried kway teow, ice milk tea.
Finally got to try the EARL’s legendary pork belly sandwich. Surprisingly, it actually lives up to its name! Nice lunch in Melbourne CBD.
A cosy Korean-style beef hot pot along the Victoria St stretch in North Melbourne. Also eaten – Korean BBQ, fried chicken, black sesame.
The intricacies of moving a Blogger blog to Wordpress. Was tempted to pay someone to do it, but ended up figuring it out myself.
Brunch spot along Malvern Rd near Prahran that borrows the warehouse space elements from an old car-platers.