A highlight of Good Food Month was the Mediterranean brunch that featured celebrity chefs; Yotam Ottolenghi, Karen Martini and Shane Delia. Hosted at Aerial in Docklands, it was a feast fit for a king.Read More
As the trees turn to gold, Victoria’s Goldfields Region comes alive. As the sun peaks through the leaves, there is plenty to explore, eat and experience.Read More
The final day in Tassie. We catch a gorgeous sunrise, head back to Hobart via Sweet Envy, the sweetest place in town.Read More
Bowls of coffee and ricotta hotcakes in Hobart, to oyster farming and cheese tasty on Bruny Island. This day was a hard one to beat.Read More
Soaking in the sun and surrounds of Salamanca in Hobart. A stay at the Salamanca Wharf Hotel and dining at Smolt.Read More
Sailing down to Tassie on Spirit of Tasmania. It’s a gourmet onboard experience, with lots of delicious dishes at The Leatherwood restaurant.Read More
As part of the Melbourne Food & Wine Festival 2014, I was invited up to North East Victoria along with Thanh to enjoy #RegionalWeekend. The Longest Lunch seemed to be happening on The World’s Hottest Day, but was an absolute blast!Read More
A quick round up of what’s been happening; lots of food and lots of bubbles!Read More
Well known Antique dealers, Moss Green, have opened a tea room on High Street, Armadale. Whether is a quick bite for lunch or high tea, it’s the place to be.Read More
This post show cases some of the food and debate on offer at The Age’s Good Food Month event: Is Fine Dining Finished? at The Point Albert Park. Hosted by the amazing Dani Valent, the dinner presents contrasting dishes from the fine dining scene, and the current food fashion of the casual, shared, street food scene.Read More
Taste of Melbourne is back peeps! In fact, it starts on Thursday 14th – Sunday 17th November 2013. Keep scrolling for your chance to win a double pass to this year’s Taste of Melbourne.
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No. 8 is one of those restaurants I have always walked past at Crown, wondering what it was like inside. Executive Chef, John Lawson uses traditional cooking techniques, contemporary combinations of flavours and brings together some very unique, specially grown ingredients to the restaurant.Read More
Yesterday saw me tick something off my bucket list I thought I would have never be able to tick off. Go to the Spring Racing Carnival in a marquee, in the famous Birdcage!Read More
I am loving the North American food movement taking over Melbourne. I can’t get enough of true American BBQ, fried chicken, burgers, and now SUBS! I was invited down to Hero to check our their famous #limited6.Read More
Teague Ezard joins Spotless, Australia’s leading facility management and catering service. From grand events like the Grand Final at the Melbourne Cricket Ground, to catering for important people at the Town Hall, to aged care facilities.Read More
Bomba is the newest place in town you should add to your list. Not only for it’s stunning rooftop bar, where you can enjoy a drink, fresh air and some of Melbourne’s gorgeous sky line, but also for it’s Spanish flavoured menu.Read More
As you know, I rarely brunch. I do enjoy it, but there is no where good out near me in suburbia. However, on the rare occasions I do make it out to brunch, I do so with some of my favourite people. On this occasion, the ever so sweet Daisy and the lovely, endearing Veda.Read More
Today marks the Mid-Autumn Festival for 2013. The festival is held on the 15th day of the eighth month in the Chinese calendar, during a full moon. You may also know it as the Moon Festival or the Mooncake Festival.Read More
Last year I won a voucher to eat at Coda; Adam D’Sylva’s restaurant in Melbourne’s CBD. It’s a bit on the pricey side, so I was glad to be able to experience it without emptying my wallet.
The food was outrageously good! I really can’t wait to go back.Read More
Or, as my Dad says it… “Mush room a noom a noooms!”
July marks Mushroom Mania month, and this year I’ve been selected to be one of the official bloggers to help show case some of the mushroom dishes around this fine country of ours.Read More
There are many wineries on the Mornington Peninsula, Barmah Park is one of them and worth a drop by, even if just for dessert!Read More
If you love coffee, and high tea; then you’ll just LOVE High Coffee at the Intercontinental Melbourne.Read More
A review of Birds Eye new Deli Seasoned Chips.
3 flavours, worth a try!Read More
Birthday breakfast at Merchant’s Guild; indulgent pancakes, fried chicken and the best damn chai in town.
Brunch at 8 Days Cafe with a bunch of food lovers.Read More
What better way to end my birthday weekend than with a gorgeous high tea at Bursaria, at Abbotsford Convent.Read More