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.”

Paperboy kitchen, CBD.

It can often be difficult to choose where to eat lunch in the CBD, well, I’ve found the perfect place… Paperboy Kitchen has to be one of the best lunch spots in the CBD. Well priced($9 -$13) Vietnamese food which is fresh, healthy and filling – plus they do takeaway.    Make sure you areContinue reading “Paperboy kitchen, 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.”

Yelp Hawker’s Market Party at Sir Charles, Fitzroy.

On the 24th of June I attended my very first Yelp party. It was a “Hawker’s Market” held at Sir Charles on Johnston street in Fitzroy. Sir Charles was decked out in lanterns, tropical fruit, crepe bunting, parasols and cans of Asian goods. It looked very much the theme. The place was buzzing – thereContinue reading “Yelp Hawker’s Market Party at Sir Charles, Fitzroy.”

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.”

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”

LA Food Time.

I didn’t spend too long in LA while I was in the US and I wish I had been able to explore more as a foodie. Next time I visit I will have a Food Truck crawl but until then – this is what I ate. Kaya Street Kitchen. This place was packed, even atContinue reading “LA Food Time.”

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.”

Coda.

Anniversaries. Anniversary dinners. Aren’t they swell? Well, Alice and I had ours the other day and she surprised me with a booking at Coda. I have wanted to go to Coda for a while. I often walk up and down Flinder’s lane, looking down at the basement space and its diners with envy. Ha! NowContinue reading “Coda.”