The very lovely folks from The Choc Pot invited Ash and I to try their menu. How could we say no to chocolate and waffles?
Halong Bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, often billed as one of the must-see sights of Vietnam. The most popular way to experience the bay is by booking a tour with the many cruises available. Read more
Sadhana Kitchen only serve food that is raw, vegan and organic. I visited Sadhana Kitchen a while back when they were located next to a yoga centre, and the ingredients used were supplemented by an on-site garden. Read more
I was thrilled to be invited by Lisa of Bao Town PR to a bao tasting. Bao (pronounced like ‘bow’) are snack-sized steamed buns of Chinese origin that can contain any kind of savoury or sweet filling. Read more
So I went overseas without my family for the first time, they very nearly did come along but I timed announcing the holiday so that the likelihood of them securing tickets was miserably low. Read more
It’s old news that Green Peppercorn in my area of Fairfield has won best new restaurant in SMH’s Good Food Guide of 2013. Having lived in the western suburbs all my life, the restaurant scene here have always valued economy over aesthetics, not at Green Peppercorn though. Read more
I generally blog cheap or middle-of-the-range restaurants, on the rare occasion I’ll splurge on a fancy meal for a special event. I hadn’t planned ahead for our anniversary dinner so I desperately made a reservation at Black by ezard just a week shy of our special date. Read more
If you like/love/have-yet-to-try froyo you have to give MooBerry a go. I’m not saying that just because we were invited to sample the menu courtesy of owner John X, but MooBerry’s froyo, genuinely is the creamiest tasting froyo and best value for money you’re going to find yet. Read more
No I’m not dead, have just been really busy with uni and work which unfortunately meant blogging had taken the backseat, A colleague alerted me to the fact that they only look at the photos on this blog, Read more
What do you reckon comes out of a place called Mad Spuds? If the signage is any indicator, expect smiley potatoes in a cape.