I feel like I’ve had a bit of a tonkatsu renaissance of late, having been lucky enough to visit Japan and visit some top tonkatsu restaurants around the world. Closer to home, we have Melbourne’s second katsu specialist restaurant: Kyodai Katsu in Carnegie.
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Don’t be fooled by the peeling menus and low prices, Malaysian Laksa House delivers some flavourful laksa (as well as many other Malaysian dishes) in a low fuss manner. You don’t need to spend that much to get your Asian-food fix in the CBD of […]
It’s shopping centre Thai cuisine at D’Elephant Thai in Chadstone. But don’t let that put you off, it definitely holds up to Melbourne standards and that statement goes for most of the dining at Chadstone.
The name High Society might evoke impressions of another classic Melbourne cafe, but the experience here in leafy Armadale is a more relaxed one and all the better for it. You’ll still find some photo-worthy food backed up with great service and a pleasant ambience.
Truth be told I’ve only ever dined Korean BBQ on a very select number of occasions, with mixed results. Luckily, that all changed when my flatmates and I headed to Mrs Kim’s Grill in Carnegie for a farewell dinner.
Over the last few months I’ve found myself at the Taco Bill in Kensington a couple times. For two reasons: it’s near my friends’ place and Taco Bill have a great weekday offer (check site for validity) with 50% off the main meals. So it […]
Say bonjour to quintessentially French, indulgent cuisine at Chez Oliver Le Bistro in Prahran. Whilst I haven’t had that much French cuisine outside of actual France, my lunch at Chez Oliver easily transported me back to those bistros. The authentic smells, flavours and service will […]
When I first got back to Melbourne I found myself with the time to indulge in whatever food adventures I liked. This meant heading over to Springvale for some Asian food and today’s choice was Vietnamese- Chinese restaurant Minh Ky.
When I first worked in South Melbourne I was obsessed with Wat Da Pho. As a result I ended up missing sampling more family, low key joints like Pho A Go Go. I’m glad I ventured over this time, because the pho is so much […]