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4 Days in Melbourne and Mornington Peninsula

Melbourne doesn’t have the iconic Opera House and Harbour Bridge; it doesn’t have the world famous Bondi Beach and budgie smuggler-wearing lifesavers, so what is it about Melbourne that keeps me coming back over...

West of Kin, Braybrook

I will put my hand up and admit it right now; I could be described as a little judgemental at times. I mean, I like to think it's in a witty and funny way, but...

From Polish Pierogi to Chinese Jiaozi and Baozi

What's for breakfast today? For me, a first generation Polish-German woman, comfort food for breakfast is essential. This is because in Germany, breakfast is undoubtedly considered the most important meal of the day. It’s likely...

Vive la France: Paris to Provence Festival

Paris. It is the City of Love. It is iconic – a raft of idyllic images spring to mind when little ol’ Paree is mentioned. The Eiffel Tower, croissants, cobblestones, lovers, crepes, the Arc...

Zumbaron Day 2015 – Sneak Preview

It is back!!! After a long 3 year hiatus, Zumbaron Day has returned this year with over 50 flavours created especially for this special day.  We had the pleasure of tasting some of the unique...

Stoke Bar + Kitchen, Melbourne

Melbourne is a city with a lot of options. It is a foodie paradise filled with coffee drinking hipsters, pop-up cafés, and a stream of food festivals and hidden bars. Being still relatively new to...

The French Milk Bar, Brunswick

Head out Brunswick or Carlton way and you would likely expect to come across all things Italian (Underbelly anyone?). Nestled just off Lygon Street however, is a café of a different European persuasion; The...

Mama’s Buoi, Melbourne

When it comes to Vietnamese fare, it seems we've all gone a little crazy for Pho. The noodle soup is a crowd pleaser wherever you go, and in Melbourne, it seems the city is...

Hoy Pinoy Filipino BBQ and Street Food + Flavours of Asia Market at Melbourne...

If there's something I've realised recently, it's that Melbourne does food markets well. It's not a surprise I suppose, considering the city's status as the food capital of Australia, (sorry Sydney, but I think...
A veritable feast of dishes at Oriental Teahouse

Oriental Teahouse, Melbourne

I've always associated tea master David Zhou's Oriental Teahouse with just teas - after all, I love popping by the outlets when I'm in Melbourne, tasting their hot and cold brews. But somehow, it...

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