One Year In

One Year In

Food blogger quietly ‘celebrates’ his one year anniversary of blogging, with Hokkien references to ‘old birds’ and getting ‘set in your ways’.

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Monga Dessert Lounge

Monga Dessert Lounge

I love coming here for Hong Kong style Chinese dessert sweet soups, they’ve got branches in Melbourne CBD, Glen Waverley, Boxhill and more.

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Friends Of Mine

Friends Of Mine

A really popular spot for brunch in Swan St Richmond. Focus is on food rather than coffees. But sadly, I found neither inspiring.

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Crystal Jade

Crystal Jade

One of the more decent yum cha places in Melbourne’s CBD. Although I am still not all that convinced it’s that good.

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Monk Bodhi Dharma

Monk Bodhi Dharma

An almost holistic, not to mention ‘hidden’ vegetarian brunch cafe in Balaclava, Melbourne. Very nice chai teas here.

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Hakka Yong Tau Foo

Hakka Yong Tau Foo

A family favourite Hakka yong tau foo restaurant in Singapore. We like the dry version here, just amazing!

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The Premises

The Premises

A favourite cafe of mine in Kensington, Melbourne. Zesty spicy yet light dishes, and reliably wonderful coffees from Seven Seeds beans.

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Snowskin Mooncakes (冰皮月餅) Recipe

Snowskin Mooncakes (冰皮月餅) Recipe

Recipe for homemade snowskin mooncakes, including the filling! Also featured here, homemade durian filling.

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Truman Café

Truman Café

Family friendly Albert Park cafe with good brunch fare and Dibella coffees. We also tried several coffee alternatives here.

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Traditional Mooncakes (月餅) Recipe

Traditional Mooncakes (月餅) Recipe

Complete recipe for homemade Traditional Skin Chinese Mooncakes. Even the lotus paste, black sesame, red bean fillings are made from scratch.

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