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Spring Round-Up!

It's been a little while since I did a little round-up of my articles elsewhere! Some of my newer readers may not know that I write for Weekendnotes Melbourne, covering eateries and new events/openings in this bustling city. I also do some listicles and recaps of my roadtrip adventures. Checkout the latest below: Five ...

Mappen Ramen

'Mappen' means 'one more time' *plays Daft Punk* in the Nagoya dialect, and why wouldn't you come back when prices are so cheap? Mappen already has an udon bar in Sydney with constant queues to get in. Now they have launched a Melbourne ramen bar. There are definitely a lot of Japanese and ramen places in Melbourne, ...

Little Flinders

It's been a while since my last post! A few mini breaks, a busy period at work and forgetting to renew some website stuff may have contributed to it...but now we're back! Before I went away (you'll hear about that in a few months), I was invited to try Tazio's rebranded top floor, Little Flinders. Funny sidenote - The ...

Clipp at Boilermaker House

Want to get $10 off your next meal at venues such as Boilermaker House, Nieuw Amsterdam and more? You can by using the new payment app Clipp. Just sign up to Clipp and use MONAD10 when you check out - valid for new users only and only until 31/12/2016. It's inevitable, whatever the future entails, technology ...

Royal Stacks

If you're "in" with the burger scene, you'll recognise names of places such as Dandenong Pavillion, Easey's and Grand Trailer Park Taverna. And if you work on the Southern Cross end of the city, you'll be happy to know Dani Zeini, who brought delicious burgers to all these places, has now opened Royal Stacks at 470 Collins ...

The K-Food Revolution

Without a doubt, Korean food is a popular choice in Melbourne. A new restaurant in the CBD pops up all the time so it's difficult to find ones that are a little different. After visiting Suda last year, Alice from Suda discussed with me how young Korean people eat a fusion of cuisines - demonstrated by her bulgogi pasta. ...

Have you tried…?

Sometimes I need to cater to the adventurous side in me and find things in Melbourne that are a little bit different to eat. Here are a few spots I've discovered: Kuku Mama This pop-up is located in Hoo Haa Bar, for which I made a booking when it turned out to be very quiet. What really got me here is the cheeseburger ...