Food options are painfully limited over at Flinders Street Station. At least with Melbourne Central there’s a couple foodcourts. So much less here, with little to no seating. Hell, even some of the generic fast food could be handy. For a quick little evening bite […]
Looks can be deceiving when it comes to Grand Lafayette. The pictures and (some) reviews spoke such grand things, but it wasn’t quite delivered in our brunch experience. The cafe aims for some Instagram-type hype which works for getting some types of clientele in, but […]
11 inches! Makes for a good size dinner. Cough. For my most recent dinner party I once again headed for the Deliveroo app and prayed that 11 inch Pizza would get me some tasty grub in time. (unlike last time). Mild success of both fronts. The pizza was tasty and food was only an hour late. (But that’s still half the time of my first experience).
OMG Mia Jia is the best and I’m so happy to recommend it to anyone looking. The team are so lovely, the menu is so ridiculously big with crazy options. The food tastes amazing and the price tag is one of the best, if not […]
I was super excited about hitting up Cowderoy’s Dairy for a number of reasons, but couldn’t help feeling super let down by the experience. Service was a shambles and the food didn’t quite cut it in the slightest. But it was a sunny morning, there’s […]
In continuing my quest to maximise value of the Entertainment Book, I head south to Roll’d in the Southgate complex. It’s only a quick bite as my friend Nick and I are heading to a recital afterwards. Fortunately the food’s mostly ready for you. The service at Roll’d is as warm as the pho but I wasn’t bowled over by the rolls.
No Oms and ahs, it’s been a hectic week and that calls for some food delivery! I’ve recently moved houses and have yet to get some appliances so that means eating out (for better or worse) for the next little while. It also meant my […]
Feeling greedy? Well at Greedy Cat Top Kitchen you can get quite a fill for less than $10. For probably the cheapest lunch around these parts you can get a sizeable donburi, although a decent chunk of that ends up being rice. Some weird (maybe […]
Unless you’re super familiar with South Korean food culture, you may not have heard of celebrity chef Baek Jong-won. He’s a juggernaut in the scene with 26 restaurant franchises and 1,299 branches across Korea. Here in little Melbourne, Paik’s BBQ is his first for the Korean BBQ line. My friend Nick and I head in for a taste of some best in class Korean BBQ dining. Warm hospitality and warm hotplates to match!