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Dex2Rose Nitrogen Gelato

Nitrogen gelato might kind of be the norm now, but I was fascinated to find out what Dex2Rose had to offer. I had the opportunity to sample some of their flavours and meet their chef Jesse, who was lovely to speak with. ...

A Roundup of My Latest Adventures

It's been a while since I've provided an update on my other articles, including some non-foodie adventures. Life has been a little hectic with the film festival I work for coming up and work being fairly busy. But this is definitely not a reason to stop writing, it merely just means I've written less articles than usual ...

Sugar Hit Melbourne – Don’t Miss Out!

If you have no idea what I'm talking about, you've surely been living under a rock! Sugar Hit Melbourne returns for its third and final night this Friday, full of K-pop inspired sweets and entertainment! I've blogged about the first event previously, a Bangkok inspired event full of delicious flavours. The photos from ...

Rue & Co

I wrote about the new eating spot Rue & Co recently on Weekendnotes but I'm yet to express my opinion on the food. It houses Melbourne foodie names such as St Ali (which has cafes in North and South Melbourne), Masterchef George Calombaris' Greek venture, Jimmy Grants, and Kong, a taste of Chin Chin's Chris Lucas' ...

Insiders of the Month: May

If you haven't seen, I'll be featuring recommendations from people each month. The plan was to feature one recommendation, but now I've realised a compilation would be better, so my readers can have the same variety of options as me! Check out my Insiders below! Kay has recommended Zombie Burger in St Kilda as it has ...

Skinny Dippa Frozen Yogurt

When you think of frozen yogurt, you usually imagine a simple, bright shop. It might be a small stop along a busy street, or part of a food court and so forth. But when it comes to Skinny Dippa Frozen Yogurt, your ideas will be confronted when you see a spacious interior, outdoor seats and a very different concept. What ...

Heirloom

In the mood for Japanese, but something different from your standard dons and bentos, I decided to try Heirloom, a bit of a higher-class and modern take on Japanese cuisine. When you pass it on Bourke St, you won't realise it's Japanese and might mistake it for an upper class bar. Well, perhaps it is, but with a strong ...