Melbourne’s Best Desserts

"The way to someone's heart is through their stomach." Or in my case, it's very much DESSERT. You'll be challenged to find someone who has a sweet tooth that can rival mine (challenge accepted)... from gelato, to cheesecake, to croissants... the amount of sugar my body can take in one sitting without a sugar overload … Continue reading Melbourne’s Best Desserts

A Dozen A Dozen

Japan. The destination on everyone's bucket list "for the food," but with the year that was 2020, who knows how long where we can blissfully indulge on late-night ramen fixes, 100 yen sushi trains, and of course, the all-too famous jiggly Japanese pancakes and cheesecakes. Fortunately for us, we managed to squeeze in a Japan … Continue reading A Dozen A Dozen

Yoi Indonesian Fusion

Yoi Indonesian Fusion is a new Asian restaurant that has opened up in the up-and-coming Asian foodie hub of Fulton Lane on the northern end of the Melbourne CBD. Yoi, translating to "yes" in Indonesian, is a family - run restaurant, featuring traditional Indonesian recipes with a modern fusion twist - overall resulting in a … Continue reading Yoi Indonesian Fusion

Lukumades

Lukumades - the late night dessert store popping up all around Melbourne, is home to one of the world's MOST unique doughnuts, specialising in these handcrafted Greek  desserts, otherwise known as, "lukumades." The good fat: The goal of the franchise, Lukumades was to create a perfect balance of the golden crunch and light fluffy dough by … Continue reading Lukumades

The Drop In Cafe

It's always a pleasure to be welcomed into a homely café where the owner speaks so passionately and proudly of the food they present to their happy customers. The epitome of this was our visit to The Drop In Café, Boronia. Despite the 1.5 hour trek from the Melbourne city area, the cosy vibes, antique … Continue reading The Drop In Cafe

Moonshine Cake

The sensation of bubble tea, or boba tea is sweeping across Melbourne, if not the world, with all sorts of unique bubble tea-based food popping up, and Moonshine Cake on Little Collins Street, is an incredible Asian-inspired bakery that delights in making bubble tea cake their famous specialty. Originally an online business established through WeChat, … Continue reading Moonshine Cake

Le Petit Jolie

Le Petit Jolie is an exquisite Melbourne, home-based baking studio in Balwyn, headed by the lovely, Jolie. She specialises in handcrafted macarons of various flavour combinations, completing the look with macaron towers, decorated with fresh florals, gift tagging and cake toppers to list a few of the options available. Not only is the ordering process … Continue reading Le Petit Jolie

Frozen by a Thousand Blessings

With many stores dotted across Melbourne, Frozen By A Thousand Blessings is Australia’s first frozen yoghurt to use biodynamic milk and yoghurt, and has been for the past 7 years. The popular froyo store at Melbourne Central features a spacious, bright and relaxing interior that coordinates the display of fresh and organic yoghurt flavours on seasonal … Continue reading Frozen by a Thousand Blessings

Olinda Tea House

Our day trip to Olinda Tea House was an ideal, relaxing escape into the sprawling Dandenong Ranges away from the business of city life. The autumn foliage of the Olinda gardens, the impeccable customer service, along with the beautifully executed Chinese dishes - Olinda Tea House provided us with a truly memorable dining experience in … Continue reading Olinda Tea House

Scoopy Milk Bar

HWKR (EQ apartments) is back with more great options for all your Asian dessert needs, this time featuring Scoopy Milk Bar and their delicious bingsu. This Korean shaved ice dessert not only looks amazing with its abundant toppings, but is also the perfect light, refreshing treat to brighten up your day - so make sure … Continue reading Scoopy Milk Bar