Le Charme, CBD.

When I first walked into Le Charme, I was stunned by how beautiful it was inside. Fresh flowers, aqua panelled walls, tulip light fittings… plus so many little extra details which make Le Charme a gorgeous spot for date night. Plus, the prices are so reasonable. In fact, you can even get a six courseContinue reading “Le Charme, CBD.”

Unabara, Melbourne Central

Unabara Lobster and Oyster bar has two locations in the Melbourne CBD. We were invited to review the Melbourne Central restaurant but you can find them in the Emporium too. The thing I love about Unabara is that you can stop to eat LOBSTER!!! midway through shopping for jeans. How lux is that? We visitedContinue reading “Unabara, Melbourne Central”


Have you been to Japan recently and found yourself addicted to okonomiyaki? Only to find that on your return back home, you couldn’t find a restaurant that made a proper one? Your search has ended. I have found the okonomiyaki promised land. Its name is Papirica. I love a good cafe jungle. Plus, it isContinue reading “Papirica”

Fukuryu ramen, CBD.

There is nothing better than a bowl of hot ramen on a cold Melbourne night. Fukuryu ramen is up some stairs on Corrs Lane. It is loud and buzzing, and busy busy busy. However, service is mega efficient and friendly. We were given a tracker beeper with a number on it and we chose aContinue reading “Fukuryu ramen, CBD.”

Old Mates Pizza and Pasta, South Melb.

Old Mates Pizza and Pasta is a small restaurant, which mainly runs as a take-away joint. While it is small, it still has a nice dine-in space. I especially like the exposed brick wall and the metal stools. We decided to dine in, with take-away boxes, so that we could continue eating at home ifContinue reading “Old Mates Pizza and Pasta, South Melb.”

Delhi Streets, CBD.

¬†Delhi streets has become a favorite city eatery of mine. I’ve done a blog post on it before, but I go there so often that they deserve another post. Delhi streets is located in “The Archway” off Flinders lane on the Spencer street side of the city. The menu consists of Indian street food chaat,Continue reading “Delhi Streets, CBD.”

Han spoon, Moonee Ponds.

While searching on Zomato for a good value dinner to have with my mother I came across Han Spoon – positive reviews and a good looking menu meant that I made a booking for that night. The waitress who took care of us was lovely – helpful and full of recommendations. She knew the menuContinue reading “Han spoon, Moonee Ponds.”

Yoyogi, CBD.

Ah Yoyogi. A CBD sushi staple. I’ve gone here so many times over the years that I’m surprised I haven’t blogged about it until now. Yoyogi is my comfort food place. Old reliable. You know that place you go to when you have had a bad day, or just can’t be stuffed going somewhere new?Continue reading “Yoyogi, CBD.”

The flying fish cafe, Walt Disney World Florida.

The thing about Walt Disney World that really gets to me is how big it is. Seriously, the parks themselves are already massive, but there is so still much more to experience outside of the parks. I guess that is one of the reasons why they call it “world” rather than “land.” The Disney BoardWalkContinue reading “The flying fish cafe, Walt Disney World Florida.”

Supernormal, Melbourne CBD.

Last night after watching a play, we found ourselves peckish and in the city. Naturally I took out my phone, and looked up places that were open nearby. Though, I didn’t look up any reviews as I was too busy talking (which, as you will see, was a mistake.) I thought we might go toContinue reading “Supernormal, Melbourne CBD.”