After a fun and exhausting morning of badminton over at MSAC, we found ourselves in need of a recharge. And we got exactly that at Albert Park eatery Dundas & Faussett, filling up with some yum brunch.
Mmm Korean. Umma Kitchen in Collins Place has some tasty-looking cabinet items, especially because there’s fried chicken and saucy things. As part of the foodcourt here it offers some delicious, if not slightly pricey options.
Hot chocolate and cheese?! The speciality (and authentic) drink of Colombian restaurant Club Colombia is the first but not the only surprise in this little introduction of cuisine from this part of South America. A friend and I head in for some fancy new flavours and walk out with a newfound appreciation for the versatility of cheese and Colombian cuisine.
As someone who doesn’t eat seafood… I don’t have the most fun when dining at Hunky Dory! It definitely has the biggest serve of chips I’ve ever seen, which is surely a good thing in itself.
I ran into town for lunch from Shuji Sushi, ordering a katsu curry rice bowl (donburi). It’s a good size, a lot of rice and it warmed me up. This was handy as it rained on the way back home. Overall, not the most interesting […]
I am a fan of this Greek food empire and Jimmy Grants is perfect when I need a food court-type fix. Occupying a niche away from sister restaurants Gazi and Hellenic Republic, Jimmy Grants is handy when you need a casual bite whilst out and about. In the Emporium food court everything is pretty up there. Jimmy Grants holds its own, taking you to a little part of modern Greek Melbourne.
Rose Garden BBQ is such an iconic Melbourne eatery with the restaurant experience something for itself. For some diners this is the routine discount dining, for others you feel like you’re thrusted into some secret dining society. (And then ushered back outside quickly). I took […]
Who knew self-service hot stone cooking would rock? Stone-grill dining is at the heart of Ishiya Stone Grill in Melbourne’s Little Bourke Street. It brings together the simplicity of refined ingredients in an also surprisingly refined dining experience (considering you’re waving tongs and meat over […]
Nosh was one of my more enjoyed delivered meals. The humble (or not so humble) poke bowl does travel so well. I treated myself to the beef one. It was a throughly enjoyable meal with lots of flavours and textures going on. It’s one of those things you really can’t make easily yourself at home. There’s a lot of (exotic) ingredients that you won’t usually have laying about.