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Japanese Lunch Spots

Japanese is a popular cuisine for lunch. It appeals to a broad audience because it can satisfy your soup cravings, give you a bento box full of variety or provide you a delicious yet healthy meal. Consequently there are heaps of spots in the city and I'm slowly making my way through them. See below: Hakata Gensuke: 168 ...

Tidbits

I always thought 'tidbits' meant a bit of information or gossip, but who knew it also means a small piece of food? Mindblown and so very suitable for a food blogger! I haven't had a chance to link you to some of my other articles lately from Weekendnotes and Livlicious, so here it goes! Sezar What is Armenian food? Is ...

Magic Mountain Saloon

So when I heard there was a place in the city serving up breakfast dishes inspired by Thai fusion flavours - my heart was immediately set upon it. I managed to squeeze it in one morning during the week. The place is in an unexpected spot, on the Parliament end of town, and the atmosphere turns into a bar later in the ...

A City of Foodies

Travelling to other states really highlights the unique foodie culture of Melbourne. Taking photos of your food doesn't feel as normal in Tassie or Queensland, and a look at Tassie's Urbanspoon shows a lack of bloggers too. I guess this shows that Melbourne was probably a good foodie scene to get into and I'm glad I can be ...

Latest Coffee Stops

Lately I've taken a liking to taking small trips to find some of Melbourne's many coffee gems. I'm slowly learning to pay attention to what type of coffee cafes use, what I like and don't like. I will definitely never be a coffee connoisseur and I respect that everyone has their own preferences, but these are my thoughts ...

Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen

A few weeks ago (mm yeah that blogger backlog) we were invited to the soft launch of a new ramen place. There are so many places in the CBD that do ramen, I was intrigued to see if there would be anything special about it. It's underground on Russell St and and it's the hard-to-find, underground nature that often adds ...

Ba’get – New Tapas Menu

Amidst a flurry of events in March, I ventured to Ba'get (by myself) to try their new tapas menu. A slightly rainy night led me to drive in and so I couldn't try their awesome sounding cocktails. I enjoy any Asian flavoured cocktail with mint so I think I would automatically give this Mekong Breeze (mint, ginger ...