Isme, Fitzroy

Summer Friday evenings are made for drinks and dinner with friends, watching the sky slowly change colour. We recently spent a warm Friday evening at Isme, a Lebanese restaurant hidden in the backstreets of Fitzroy. We were invited by restaurant management to try the menu, and it was a wonderful evening. Japanese may be theContinue reading “Isme, Fitzroy”

Uncle David’s Cafe

A new job in a new part of the city means lots of new cafes and eateries for me to explore! I have declared Friday the day that I try a new place for lunch. #foodiefrontierday or something catchy like that. Let me know if you have any suggestions 😝 Anyway, last Friday I visitedContinue reading “Uncle David’s Cafe”

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”

Bincho Boss

As someone who loves to try new restaurants and eats out quite often, one of the major things I look for in an eatery is the concept of value. A good value dining experience means a returning customer, i.e: me. Good value doesn’t mean cheap. It means, the quality of my experience matches what IContinue reading “Bincho Boss”

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.”

Dip In Cafe, CBD.

I was recently invited to dine at Dip In Cafe by Zomato, and it was a such a cute place that I just had to blog about it. Head down a lane way (McKillop Street) and then walk downstairs to this basement level cafe. The wooden booths are adorable, and so are the cute vintageContinue reading “Dip In Cafe, 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.”

Shortstop, CBD.

 The best way to enjoy a cold Melbourne morning is with a coffee, and a doughnut of course! Shortstop coffee and doughnuts is a small cafe in a laneway off Little Lonsdale street. It is a bright and cosy space with hooks on the wall to hang your coats, flowers, and open kitchen where youContinue reading “Shortstop, CBD.”