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I was digging through my old photos and realised that there were a few meals I haven’t yet blogged about but would be a shame if I didn’t because I quite enjoyed them. One of them was Shoya. I used to dine here all the time with Yuye, that was before my blogging days. After […]…
I love crepes. I think many people would share my love for this French thin pancake which can be eaten sweet or savoury. When you talk about crepes in Melbourne, I think not many people would have heard of the name Breizoz, at least I haven’t until recently when I was looking for somewhere to […]…
When you think of the word ‘Hell’ in a restaurant name, usually it will conjure up imagery if fire, darkness, extremity and so forth. However, Hell of the North did not fit these imagery. Instead, it was more heaven, heaven for our bellies. The only hell I can think of is hell for food photographers, […]…
For my birthday at the end of last year, I was lucky enough to dine at not only Vue de Monde but also Tetsuya’s in Sydney. We managed to take 4 days away from the shop (while my poor brother slaved away) and we decided to just go to Sydney to relax and eat as […]…
The Spring flowers are starting to bloom on my street. I often think ‘it’s not that cold today’ and forget to take a jacket with me. Sometimes the wind feels warm but refreshing on my face and these are all signs that Spring is slowly creeping around the corner. Winter is almost at an end. […]…
As I’ve never been to France before, my idea of a beautiful traditional French restaurant in France would be fresh flowers, velvety chairs, vintage furniture, hot men with sexy French accents, a wide variety of French wines and of course, delicious French dishes that come in small but intricate portions. This description seems to fit […]…