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To be honest, I’ve never been a big fan of fusion. Most of the ‘fusion’ restaurants I’ve been to either felt like mistaken identities where the concept was lost or the flavours didn’t even go well together. However, the concept of Asian flavoured burgers had me intrigued. ‘If executed well, this can be a winner.’ […]…
When I ask Yuye what he wants to eat for lunch or dinner, more than half the time he replies ‘food trucks’. He doesn’t specify what type, whether it’s burgers, tacos or some other type, I think it’s just the idea of eating freshly made food from a moving location that’s so appealing to him. […]…
I’ve been wanting to dine at Rockwell & Sons for the longest time but it’s mainly always for their fried chicken. I read on an article one day that their fried chicken was one of the best in Melbourne and is only available on Wednesday evenings. I did think to myself that surely it can’t […]…
After a huge lunch and 3 cups of hot chocolate, we didn’t think we could fit in dinner at all. However, our friendly chocolate barista at Mork recommended Mr Scruffs to us so we just had to go. “Lets see, today is Wednesday, you should go to Mr Scruffs as it’s half price on all […]…
Every time Yuye and I want to eat out after work, it’s a test. A test of organisational skills (to find that late night spot that’s still open), a test of hunger management (eating after 9pm has become a frequent thing), a test of speed (to get there before the kitchen closes) and a test […]…
From the bright blue to the red and the minimalist decor, Big Boy BBQ is as the name suggests, an American BBQ joint that serves up lots of saucy grilled meats in serves that any ‘big boy’ will be satisfied with. I’ve dined here in many occasions because it’s quite close to my friend’s place […]…