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A Good Ol’ Brunch Brawl
September 20, 2015 – 4:26 pm | 2 Comments
A Good Ol’ Brunch Brawl

Yes, you’re absolutely right. Couldn’t have said it better myself. You are a certified genius. I wish I had your intellect and stunning looks. OK…I’ll stop, so long as you’ll forgive me for the lack …

The Outdoor MEAT-ATHON: Texas style smoked ribs to Yarraville’s Food Trucks
September 28, 2014 – 10:00 am | 15 Comments
The Outdoor MEAT-ATHON: Texas style smoked ribs to Yarraville’s Food Trucks

WARNING: the meaty images contained in this post may cause uncontrollable bouts of screen licking.
The Outdoor Meat-athon: Texas style smoked ribs to Yarraville’s Food Trucks
In the tradition of hunting down Melbourne’s best charcoal chicken, I …

THA Weekend: Laneway Lunch with Wagner by Opera Australia and Anada
December 2, 2013 – 11:27 pm | 6 Comments
THA Weekend: Laneway Lunch with Wagner by Opera Australia and Anada

Last weekend, I spent the whole time eating. Now, ah know you’re probably thinking what makes that different from any other weekend of mine. I’ll tell why. WHAAAY?! Because Saturday kicked off with the annual …

I’ll Brekkiefy You. Cafe Hopping Mischief Once Again!
July 1, 2012 – 10:27 am | 31 Comments
I’ll Brekkiefy You. Cafe Hopping Mischief Once Again!

It’s about that time! On this dreary Sunday, I bring you into my world of fantasy BREAKFAST – because I live, breathe it and sacrifice my well being for it with continual bouts of bloating.  …

Hitting up 13 Charcoal Chicken Joints
August 21, 2011 – 10:50 am | 59 Comments
Hitting up 13 Charcoal Chicken Joints

I don’t know what my fascination has been with charcoal chicken lately. Its actually come to the point where I’m slightly obsessed but of course, I blame the Melbourne weather forcing me into hibernation and …

Rehabworthy: Traditional Crusty Baguettes, Continental Deli
August 11, 2011 – 10:39 am | 41 Comments
Rehabworthy: Traditional Crusty Baguettes, Continental Deli

I’ve discovered some suburban gems I wanted to share with you – one that is close to work on the eastside and the other being near my place in the westside. These babies don’t share …

Geektastic Supernova Comic-Con + Asian Dessert House, Passionflower CBD
July 10, 2011 – 3:28 pm | 54 Comments
Geektastic Supernova Comic-Con + Asian Dessert House, Passionflower CBD

I must have been hiding underneath a rock because I knew nothing about Supernova until this year. My dream has always been to attend the New York Comic-Con. A friend of mine (who is also  …

Bread and Jam for Frances Cafe, Hawthorn
November 12, 2010 – 12:31 pm | 16 Comments
Bread and Jam for Frances Cafe, Hawthorn

Named after the hilarious children’s book of the same name, Bread and Jam for Frances had recently opened this year, offering artisan style bread baked daily and supplied from their Dench Bakers outlet in North …

Ramenati at Don Too + I’m off to Philippines
September 2, 2010 – 8:06 pm | 17 Comments
Ramenati at Don Too + I’m off to Philippines

On a freezing night after work, armed with a pair of chopsticks my fellow food bloggers and I along with our partners, descended upon Don Too betting on a hot bowl of ramen as our …

The Best Breakfast in Melbourne’s West? Plus Swiss Buttercream Pineapple Pies
July 18, 2010 – 10:43 am | 39 Comments
The Best Breakfast in Melbourne’s West? Plus Swiss Buttercream Pineapple Pies

As you may know from a previous post, I’ve just recently moved from my inner ‘urbanian’ pad in South Melbourne to the industrial driven zone of Spotswood, which is still within a few kilometers from …

19 Bowls of what in 5 hours? Noodling around Melbourne for the best Ramen
May 20, 2010 – 12:39 pm | 30 Comments
19 Bowls of what in 5 hours? Noodling around Melbourne for the best Ramen

What do you do on a public holiday? Well, for a group of hungry bloggers, we decided to set upon a mission to find Melbourne’s best Ramen.  We had prepared ourselves with a 24 hour fast prior …

The Hidden Caffeine Fix to the Sexy Noodles: Melbourne’s Hotspots Under $20 in 1 Day
May 2, 2010 – 11:39 am | 32 Comments
The Hidden Caffeine Fix to the Sexy Noodles: Melbourne’s Hotspots Under $20 in 1 Day

During the past month, I’ve been receiving a few emails asking where the latest Melbourne Hotspots are. The kind of eateries that not only generates some buzz within the community, but also manages to live …

The Hainanese Chicken Hunt: Chun Po vs. China Bar vs. Viet Star
February 22, 2010 – 10:52 am | 23 Comments
The Hainanese Chicken Hunt: Chun Po vs. China Bar vs. Viet Star

Calling out for Melbourne’s ultimate Hainanese Chicken Rice! Anyone?
For a few weeks now, some friends and I have been venturing the streets of Melbourne in hunt for the best Hainanese Chicken Rice. Rules are that …

Ethiopian food cravings at The Abyssinian
January 26, 2010 – 3:59 pm | 25 Comments
Ethiopian food cravings at The Abyssinian

Hey, what’s wrong with eating with your hands? This way, there’s no chance of burning the tongue or roof of your mouth.
For the past three summers, a group of friends and I have been …

Losing my love handles at The Vegie Bar + Envirocat
December 20, 2009 – 3:56 pm | 17 Comments
Losing my love handles at The Vegie Bar + Envirocat

Believe it or not, I do occasionally have meat free days. Although, you wouldn’t know it after reading my post on The Steak Battles! Since moving out of home seven years ago at age twenty …

In Your Hood: It’s not Andrew’s Hamburgers, it’s mine! Albert Park- Part One
November 22, 2009 – 1:13 pm | 12 Comments
In Your Hood: It’s not Andrew’s Hamburgers, it’s mine! Albert Park- Part One

My readers Dave and Mellissa, a lovely couple residing in Albert Park, had emailed me suggesting that I pay their suburb a gastronomical visit, to check out two of their favourite local eateries- Andrew’s Hamburgers …

Public Holiday means time for Vietnamese delicacies: Thanh Ha 2 and Nhu Lan Bakery
November 3, 2009 – 6:04 pm | 13 Comments
Public Holiday means time for Vietnamese delicacies: Thanh Ha 2 and Nhu Lan Bakery

Peanut butter and jelly. Black rims on a white car. Mariah Carey and Whitney Houston.  None of these combinations seemed like they would taste. The point.. please eat your Vietnamese Fried Spring Rolls with the …

Tom Phat
August 24, 2009 – 6:57 am | One Comment
Tom Phat

Intro: Mandalay Meatballs with tamarind infusion, unexpected refusal to share
Details: 184 Sydney Rd Brunswick, 3056 phone (03)9381 2374
Surroundings: Thankfully located at the beginning of Sydney Rd (less traffic hassles) Tom Phat which I had …

The Laksa Battles: Monk and Me VS Laksa Me
July 18, 2009 – 7:11 am | 6 Comments
The Laksa Battles: Monk and Me VS Laksa Me

The beloved Curry Laksa is an essential staple during the cold Winter months. I succumb to a bowl of this stuff at least once a week which also means, half a box of tissues as …