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The-Ftiz, Fitzroy

The Fitz @ Brunswick Street, Fitzroy

What else could have brought me to Brunswick Street but the Alannah Hill factory outlet! Brunswick Street is probably the King Street (of Newtown) or the Oxford Street in Sydney. So we snagged a seat in the open terrace and watched the Brunswick Street crowds walk on by.

Restaurant 373, North Hobart

Restaurant 373 has closed Restaurant 373 is a relatively new restaurant that works. Local fresh produce, warm furnishings, great casual service, funky appetisers and a fabulous 8 course degustation. We started off with olives, garlic popcorn...

Agostini’s Is A Family Affair

Canberra’s newest restaurant is truly a delight. Agostini’s comes attached to the sleek, stylish East Hotel, in the trendy but peaceful suburb of Kingston.   The hotel, restaurant, Joe’s Bar and Muse cafe are the...
Raspberries and Cream dessert from Bombini

Bombini, Avoca Beach

It was just after midday on a Saturday afternoon when I arrived at Bombini at Avoca Beach. Despite it being well into winter, the sun was out and the weather was warm enough to...
Deconstructed Sicilian Cassata

Candelori’s, Smithfield

Often, the 'fancier' the restaurant, the more it gets associated with a bulky corporation, unfeeling and impersonal. Well, I'm happy to say that Candelori's - a fixture of the Sydney's Western Suburbs fine dining...
Pompei's pizza at Bondi Beach

Throwback Thursday: Pompei’s at Bondi Beach

It wasn't until the Pizza Festival last year that I truly learnt to appreciate pizza and the little nuances that makes it such a popular dish around the world. Authentic pizza is not loaded with...
Italian-Forum, Leichhardt

A feast before a long game of Poker

For just $65, we stuffed ourselves silly. Thankfully, all the calories were burnt off by the end of our 7 hour Poker game.

Kneading Ruby, Wollongong

Along the backstreets of central Wollongong, you'll find perhaps the best pizza in town. You'd never know that tucked away in this former warehouse lies Kneading Ruby, until you walk by and hear the...


Some time last week, I was invited to dine at one of Norton Street's new pizza joints... operated by my sister's colleague's brother-in-law. Ha! That was a mouthful... I was pleasantly surprised at the cosiness of the restaurant; the interior was long and terrace-like. The original rustic steel frames were exposed, complimenting the orange and beige hues. We sat further inside, away from the large mirrors -ensuring that none of us would be preoccupied with checking ourselves out.

Papa Gino’s on Lygon Street, Carlton, Melbourne

After splurging so much on all these fabulous meals within the first few days of this trip to Melbourne, I thought it was time for a serious cheap eat. Papa Gino's on Lygon Street...

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