Moo Chi Fusion

Posted by on Jul 12, 2016 in Eating out, Fusion, Malaysian | 0 comments

Moo Chi Fusion

What I loved most about this place as I stepped in, was the beautiful piece of art work on the wall (featured below). Unfortunately in terms of style, it is the only redeeming feature of this restaurant. Everything appears to be average and the lighting quite dark (and red). It seemed pretty quiet for a Saturday night when we came here to eat, however the traffic on the way to the restaurant was anything but quiet.

2016-07-02 Moo Chi Fusion (1)

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Temperance Society

Posted by on Jul 10, 2016 in Cafe, Eating out | 0 comments

Temperance Society

Having opened a little over two months ago, Temperance Society can be considered as one of the newest kids to the cafe block. The menu is not extensive and the cafe does not boast of an especially baked assortment of pastries or cakes at the counter. However, Temperance Society do have a few items on the menu which is likely to pique the interests of brunch lovers out there.

2016-06-27 Temperance Society (1)

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Bon Chicken & Beer

Posted by on Jul 8, 2016 in Eating out, Korean | 0 comments

Bon Chicken & Beer

Say hello to Bon Chicken & Beer, Glen Waverley’s first Korean fried chicken and beer joint. The restaurant is located where the Hook Line and Sinker Fish and Chips shop used to be on Kingsway next to Zest 89. As Le Boy and I came here on a Tuesday evening, the place was still buzzing with people at around 9:30pm. There were no signs of the place slowing down as many more groups of people came in after us to dine in as well. 

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Long Story Short Cafe

Posted by on Jul 6, 2016 in Cafe, Eating out, Fusion | 0 comments

Long Story Short Cafe

Long Story Short Cafe has just recently moved from their Richmond location to Port Melbourne on the corner of Crockford St and Ingles St. The Port Melbourne location boasts a beautifully clean look with a toasty warm and welcoming atmosphere. Wide windows which frame the cafe along both sides of the cafe allows for plenty of natural light to reflect off the white tiles and walls.

2016-06-20 Long Story Short Cafe (1a)

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Trei Cafe

Posted by on Jul 4, 2016 in Cafe, Eating out | 0 comments

Trei Cafe

After seeing my friend for some osteo treatment for my upper back and neck, we went to Trei cafe one Monday morning to check the little Glen Waverly gem out. The cafe is brightly lit up by natural lightning reflecting off the white walls. It’s small but spacious enough to seat a decent number of people. It’s located down a strip of shops near Syndal station. There is angle parking along the front but it can be difficult to find a spot during peak hours.

2016-05-16 Trei Cafe (2a)

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Village People Hawker Foodhall

Posted by on Jun 26, 2016 in Eating out, Fusion, Malaysian, Thai | 0 comments

Village People Hawker Foodhall

Village People Hawker Foodhall provides customers with a hawker style dining experience. Influenced by a mix of South East Asian flavours in a slightly fancy restaurant environment, the food is brought to you by no one other than than Ex-Long Grain chef Arté Assavakavinvong and his team.  To access the restaurant which also houses Ichi Ni Izakaya, requires patrons to travel up a flight a stairs to the right in the multi-story building.

2016-06-24 Village people hawker foodhall (1)

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Pardon My French Creperie

Posted by on Jun 25, 2016 in Desserts, Eating out, French | 1 comment

Pardon My French Creperie

Who would have thought that there was a dessert parlour selling French crepes on Chapel St. Another new establishment that was discovered during our evening stroll after dinner was Pardon My French Creperie. A lucky little find on our stroll as we both were looking for something a little sweet to have after dinner. Pardon my French Creperie does sweet crepes as well as savoury crepes, depending on what you feel like.

2016-05-21 Pardon my French Creperie (2)

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