Homi Noodle Bar

HOMI NOODLE BAR, MELBOURNE CBD: With Melbourne cuisine developing on an international scale at such a fast pace, Asian fusion is quickly becoming the next big target market - and Homi definitely does not fail to impress. Complete with Friday night social bar vibes, mouthwatering food, an extensive menu with certain specialties, and an easily affordable … Continue reading Homi Noodle Bar

Soprano’s Bar and Pizzeria

SOPRANO'S BAR AND PIZZERIA, SOUTHBANK: A nice stroll just from the banks of the Yarra and the glistening lights of Crown Casino, Soprano's is an affordable, family friendly and casual restaurant perfect for a night out or a family get together. With wide options for all different cravings, ranging from pastas, fish, steaks to a whole … Continue reading Soprano’s Bar and Pizzeria

Delhi Streets

DELHI STREETS, MELBOURNE CBD: Quiet a small, but popular Indian joint near Southern Cross with a few tables for larger groups, and a nice bar section surrounding the kitchen for small numbers to eat whilst watching the chefs make the fresh naan right in front of you. Their portion sizes are all quite large for a … Continue reading Delhi Streets

Yong Green Food

YONG GREEN FOOD, FITZROY: So this is definitely one restaurant that I do NOT understand the hype of. After reading amazing reviews on Zomato about how they've managed to procure delicious Asian-inspirsed dinners from all vegetarian ingredients, I was expecting an interesting and unique dining experience but was completely disappointed. I found this place overpriced for … Continue reading Yong Green Food

Seeking out Spain

BARRAFINA, SOHO: My first official Michelin starred restaurant! Woohoo - this is one of the most hyped places in London, well known for its amazingly authentic Spanish tapas and the line up that starts before it opens. With several branches all over Central London, Barrafina fell, unfortunately, just short of my expectations, which were probably exceedingly … Continue reading Seeking out Spain

A Slice of Naples in London

FRANCO MANCA, FITZROVIA: An extremely popular wood-fired sourdough pizza joint, Franco Manca was indeed a comparably affordable, delicious way to satisfy my Neapolitan pizza cravings one month after having left Naples. With 18 stores around London, you will rarely find this place without a line during peak dining hours and it is well worth the … Continue reading A Slice of Naples in London

American Food Fiesta

CHIQUITO AND CO, FITZROY:  An awesome, bright and new American diner with 2 huge storeys and windows overlooking the busy Brunswick Street in Fitzroy. The staff are very friendly, and the interior is new and homely. The menu options are extremely varied and I would definitely recommend this place for a fun, casual and hunger … Continue reading American Food Fiesta

Corbett and Claude

CORBETT AND CLAUDE, WESTFIELD GARDEN CITY - A modern restaurant situated in Garden City's lovely outdoor dining area (complete with fountains and live music), this Italian diner has the ambience and decor for a classy, yet fun night out with friends or family. The staff were all very helpful and the food service was very … Continue reading Corbett and Claude

Presto Pesto

MACCARONI TRATTORIA ITALIANA: A pretty popular Italian joint near Collins St, Maccaroni has a really nice ambiance with mood lighting inside and a very cosy interior. It wasn't busy on a weekday lunch time so we were immediately seated and the waitress was very patient with us. Nothing spectacular but still an enjoyable, tasty meal … Continue reading Presto Pesto

Eating in Bill Clinton’s Steps

PHO BO GA MEKONG VIETNAM: A super casual eatery on Swanston street bustling with cheap Asian street vibes - full of people, cramped chairs, cheap cutlery and busy waitresses with rapid service but decent quality of food. Perfect for a cold wintry night to enjoy a hot noodle soup in a warm, vibrant restaurant. It's … Continue reading Eating in Bill Clinton’s Steps