Eastern Suburbs

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My 2011 Entertainment Book has finally expired. I’m not sure if I was going to buy the new 2012 edition, although it’s true I always do get my moneys worth out of the book. I find that the book offers some great value meals at reasonable establishments and is probably a better bet than buying […]…
Kingsway in Glen Waverley isn’t just famous for their Asian influenced cuisines like I mentioned in Straits of Malacca, but also for its cafes. Amongst many good coffee joints and great breakfasts, there is Mocha Jo’s, Coco Lounge and Zest 89. I actually visited Zest 89 some time ago late at night and we had […]…
Glen Waverley is really turning into a hub for good food and good fun. Everyone – foodies and non-foodies alike – are flocking here to eat, have fun and buy houses. This of course is driving up property prices, making it near impossible for people like myself to afford a place, and making parking even […]…
Mexican food has been high on the agenda lately. It kind of started with Racheese showing me her prized present from a friend who recently returned from USA – a lollipop with a worm in the middle. I wasn’t too fond of the idea and neither did she, but it did get me thinking. I […]…
It’s strange how lethargic I’ve felt in the last few days. Yuye and I packed on Sunday, all ready to take a flight to China last Monday night but plans changed yet again and we’re now scheduled to head to the airport in less than 3 hours. When I found out I couldn’t leave Monday […]…
I’ve found myself in Springvale a lot recently. After my last “pho” post at Pho Hoang Dakao, I’ve clocked up at least five separate visits for shopping/eating in the span of just a few weeks – with most grocery stores closed for the Christmas holidays, Springvale remains a reliable source of fresh meat and vegetables. […]…