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.”

Coral Reef, Walt Disney World.

Ever wanted to eat dinner surrounded by sharks? I know that hasn’t really been a dream of mine but I did it anyway- (the sharks were behind glass.) Coral Reef in Epcot is a really cool restaurant surrounded by an aquarium that not only has sharks, but little fishes, stingrays and other sea creatures too.Continue reading “Coral Reef, Walt Disney World.”

Mr Miyagi

My lovely Fiancée and I had a date here the other night. The atmosphere was buzzing and the place was super busy. We had a booking and didn’t have to wait, unlike the people lined up to enter as we were leaving. Mr. Miyagi is popular! We were approached by a waiter as soon asContinue reading “Mr Miyagi”

Cielo at the Mayfair, NYC.

The Theatre District has quite a few good restaurants to eat at before seeing a show. Cielo serves Italian food, in a basement which may look weird out the front, but is quite cosy inside with some cute touches – books and candles on shelves and moody lighting being some of them. Service was aContinue reading “Cielo at the Mayfair, NYC.”

Magnolia Bakery, NYC.

It was a cold New York night and we had had an early dinner before going to see a show, and by 10:00pm we were starving. So we decided to get dessert and Magnolia Bakery was still open. I had heard that the bakery chain wasn’t as amazing as it is hyped up to be,Continue reading “Magnolia Bakery, NYC.”

Natsumi, New York.

On my US trip, I decided to let Yelp guide me to the best food places in the area I was currently in, rather than planing my trip around the food. Therefore, one night before seeing a show in the Theatre District in New York, Yelp lead us to this delightful Japanese restaurant, which weContinue reading “Natsumi, New York.”

Japanese food adventures.

While I’m out and about, I tend to eat a lot of Japanese food as snacks. Here are some of the places I have been to recently, which haven’t been properly explored to allow for entire blog posts to be dedicated to each of them, but still require a mention! Akachochin A late night snackContinue reading “Japanese food adventures.”

The Moat.

We had a quick dinner at the Moat the other day after a Wheeler center discussion. It seemed like everybody from the discussion joined our table, so there were more than 15 people yelling over each other and asking for salt, water, etc. It was pretty hectic! The Moat is a moody dark restaurant andContinue reading “The Moat.”

Hotel Hotel and Monster. (Canberra)

Alice and I recently went up to Canberra and stayed in the trendy and new area of New Acton at Hotel Hotel and ate at the hotel’s amazing restaurant: Monster. While it took a bit of a while to check in as their computers were down, Hotel Hotel really impressed us from the start. The building ( the NishiContinue reading “Hotel Hotel and Monster. (Canberra)”

San Churro- I’m obsessed.

I love me some spanish churros and San Churro’s are delicious! I went to the QV one for my birthday recently and ordered a churro feast for everybody. Everybody was pleased : The caramel sauce is actually my fave. I don’t eat chocolate because Alice can’t (due to the caffeine) so the caramel is aContinue reading “San Churro- I’m obsessed.”