Melbourne CBD

Gong De Lin, Melbourne

Gong De Lin, Melbourne

A few of my vegetarian friends have moved away/ started going out less, so it’s been a bit of time since I’ve headed to an exclusively vegetarian restaurant. Gong De Lin hits an awkward niche as it’s Chinese food served vegetarian but with mock meats […]

Grill’d, Melbourne Central, Melbourne

Grill’d, Melbourne Central, Melbourne

It’s always a good time at Grill’d. It’s such a people pleasing venue that comes in handy whenever you have a big group type of situation. The Grill’d in Melbourne Central is rather consistent to the expected Grill’d experience. This store does offer a nice […]

Hanaichi, Melbourne CBD

Hanaichi, Melbourne CBD

I’ve spent many a lunch or dinner time wandering around Melbourne CBD aimlessly, looking for a food option that’s light, light on the wallet and at least student-quality good. As such I’ve found myself at Hanaichi on many of those occasions. Even after another few […]

Scoopy Milk Bar by HWKR, Melbourne

Scoopy Milk Bar by HWKR, Melbourne

Let’s cut to the chase: Scoopy Milk Bar is so good! I haven’t found a Patbingsu that I liked so much, I’ll be definitely coming back. This Korean dessert features shaved ice served with toppings that can include fruit, condensed milk, syrups, beans and anything […]

Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven, Melbourne CBD

Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven, Melbourne CBD

The name may be bold but everything else about Dolan Uyghur Food Heaven is the very definition of understated. It’s one of those establishments I wouldn’t have given a second look to, however one of my friends had recommend it. It’s one of her special […]

Malaysian Laksa House, Melbourne

Malaysian Laksa House, Melbourne

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 […]

Sarawak Kitchen, Melbourne CBD

Sarawak Kitchen, Melbourne CBD

The speciality dish of long-standing Elizabeth Street Sarawak Kitchen is the kampua. It’s a Sarawak (Malaysia) noodle dish which translates to dry noodles on a plate. And according to the first Googled search result, it’s an authentic one here in the busy streets of Melbourne.

CJ Lunch Bar, Melbourne

CJ Lunch Bar, Melbourne

One of the cheapest and busiest Korean places in town is CJ Lunch Bar, concealed in Little Lonsdale Street and easily identified by the queues forming around. Two reasons: great food and cheap as chips.

Udon Yasan, Melbourne CBD

Udon Yasan, Melbourne CBD

Since last time I existed in Melbourne, Udon Yasan has since opened up a second location in the CBD. My previous visits to the original Udon Yasan had me raving about their convenience concept and fast service. So I’m not too surprised to see it […]