Breakfast/brunch

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I’m very glad that Yuye and I love to share food. I could never understand when a couple orders the same dish when they go out. This is something we never do as I’m not content with just eating a single dish when I can try two dishes at once. So it’s a custom for […]…
The first time I dined at Industry Beans was over a year ago. For one reason or another, I never wrote a post about the meal. Thankfully, Yuye wasn’t present at the first visit so we had the chance to go there again recently. Like I first remembered, it was a great meal full of […]…
Have you ever made plans and then suddenly changed your mind because you saw something more interesting on the way there? Yuye and I were driving back from the airport to brunch one day and I had decided to go to Industry Beans in Fitzroy when all of a sudden Yuye yells out “stop the […]…
Have you ever wondered what comes up when you type your name into Google images? I’ve always worried that my name would be linked to some strange person or thing that would make me a laughing matter amongst my friends. I know it’s strange but because of it, every so often, I’d check my name […]…
I always complained that there was no good restaurants near our house. Most restaurants were closed after 9pm, there wasn’t many decent cups of coffee around either nor a good breakfast/brunch dish to pair with it. I used to always grab coffees from the old Mandarin Tree in Jackson Court, Doncaster East but the food […]…
Yes this is yet another hipster cafe post. But in stark contrast to the last one where the food wasn’t substantial enough, Lolo and Wren was the exact opposite. The dishes were almost too much for one person to finish. Situated under a residential complex in the middle of nowhere in Brunswick West, I was […]…
I admit, I am easily amused. Every little joke that Yuye cracks can make me laugh uncontrollably even though it might not actually be funny. So the names that cafes and restaurants give themselves can often amuse me as well, like in this instance. I loved the play on words, although I’m not quite sure […]…