JD’s Burgers

Posted by on May 22, 2015 in Burgers, Eating out, Food, Places to eat | 0 comments

JD’s Burgers

JD’s burgers, bringing together a fusion of Asian flavours to your all American (or all Australian) classic burgers with a twist. It’s basically everything you dreamed of in an Asian burger. I was planning a visit to JD’s burgers at some point, but was given the opportunity to try some of their burgers on the house, all thanks to budding burger entrepreneur and head chef Daniel. With a strong background in food hospitality and a passion in creating mouthwatering and juicy burgers, Daniel takes you a burger adventure influenced by the flavours from Asia.

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Bagelicious

Posted by on May 6, 2015 in Cafe Brunch/Lunch, Eating out, Food, Places to eat | 0 comments

Bagelicious

A few weeks ago, I was invited by Yonathan to dine as a guest at their new Bagelicious store in Hawthorn. Bagelicious provides a bagel alternative to your otherwise ordinary sandwiches. The cafe offers a range of different bagels to base your sandwich in. You may choose from plain, seeded, onion, spinach and parmesan, cheese, wholemeal, rye, sour dough, chia bagels. There are even a couple of sweeter varieties if you have a bit of sweet tooth.

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Grand Trailer Park Taverna

Posted by on Apr 16, 2015 in American, Burgers, Eating out, Food | 0 comments

Grand Trailer Park Taverna

The Grand Trailer Park Taverna was born to deliver Melburnians a great outdoor caravan and trailer park dining experience, indoors. From the guys that brought us those finger licking burgers down at the Dandenong Pavillion, comes an extension to their brand that promises to serve up all your favourite burgers, spiked milkshakes and a decadent variety of waffle desserts. It’s best to get in early as the place fills up quite quickly during dinner time.

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Pop Up Scroll

Posted by on Apr 14, 2015 in Bakery/Patissierie, Eating out, Food, Places to eat | 0 comments

Pop Up Scroll

When you’re in need of a little sweet pick me up at the start of the week, what better way to to treat yourself than with a little sweet scroll from the Pop Up Scroll Shop. I have been hearing about these scrolls for quite some time, and was finally able to make my way to the store on Smith St. I prepared myself for the decadent day by walking all the way to the shop from Melbourne Central. By the time I reached the little boutique store, I was ready to buy one of everything.

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Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen

Posted by on Apr 10, 2015 in Eating out, Food, Japanese, Places to eat, Ramen | 0 comments

Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen

A couple of weeks ago, I was invited to Ikkoryu Fukuoka Ramen’s soft opening event just before their Grand Opening on April 1st. It would not surprise you then, to see a hoard of posts from bloggers around Melbourne writing up their experiences on the night. It was a busy night and there was a lot of excitement around a new ramen restaurant in the city. There was a great turn out on the night, and the atmosphere was bustling with bloggers and ramen enthusiasts.

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Tadka Boom

Posted by on Apr 8, 2015 in Eating out, Food, Indian, Places to eat | 0 comments

Tadka Boom

Positioned in a nice open courtyard like lane along with many other eateries lies Tadka Boom, a Indian kitchen bring healthy fusion curries and other goodies to your plates and palates. Since its opening months ago, Tadka Boom has undergone quite a few changes to its menu and kitchen layout to increase their overall efficiency and reduce service time for customers. This is especially great for those who don’t want to deal with long waits during peak lunch hours (like me).

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Ba’get| Tapas and Tales

Posted by on Apr 2, 2015 in Eating out, Events, Food, Places to eat, Vietnamese | 0 comments

Ba’get| Tapas and Tales

Get your banh mi on at Ba’get, a new Vietnamese street food joint that has already opened two stores in the CBD. Although I wish I could attest to how good their banh mi is, I’m here to actually tell you all about their new tapas menu which is now available on Friday and Saturday nights. Coming from the a family who has been in the food industry for over two decades is, Duy the founder of Ba’get aims to bring Vietnamese street from from the Mekong Delta to the streets of Melbourne.

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