by Ms I-Hua | Nov 7, 2012 | Asian Cuisine, By Cuisine, Japanese Cuisine, Mediterranean Cuisine, Melbourne CBD, Modern Australian Cuisine, Restaurant Reviews
Hoping for something new and exciting the next time you dine out in Melbourne? Can’t be bothered with lining up for 2 hours before securing a table? What is with the no-booking policy springing up everywhere? Fear no more! There is a chance to experience a progressive dinner at WTC’s new dining precinct! Read on to find out more as well as how you can win a $100 dining voucher!
by Ms I-Hua | Oct 28, 2012 | Blog Events, By Cuisine, By Location, French Cuisine, Lifestyle, Melbourne CBD, Restaurant Reviews
What happens behind closed doors at a Glenmorangie Secret Society Dinner? How do you pair whisky to fine dining courses? Put one of Melbourne’s top restaurant, Vue de Monde and one of the world’s best Scotch Whisky into this night and you are sure to have a night to remember. Read on to find out more 🙂
by Ms I-Hua | Oct 25, 2012 | Asian Cuisine, By Cuisine, By Location, Chadstone, Eastern and South East Suburbs, Malaysian Cuisine, Melbourne CBD, Restaurant Reviews
Looking for new Malaysian restaurants to visit? New yet old restaurant chains are popping up in Melbourne with Sydney born Mamak and Malaysian born PappaRich landing on Melbourne’s multicultural front, providing yet another Malaysian feast to all who visit.
by Ms I-Hua | Oct 19, 2012 | Asian Cuisine, By Cuisine, By Location, Chinese Cuisine, Melbourne CBD, Restaurant Reviews
Looking for the next Melbourne new laneway special? Serving hot fresh baos, homemade soy milk and F.O.B. drinks, it’s Melbourne’s newest sensation Wonderbao. Come here for quick, cheap and fresh hot buns.
by Ms I-Hua | Sep 30, 2012 | Asian Cuisine, By Cuisine, By Location, Inner Southern Suburbs, Restaurant Reviews, South Yarra
If you’re looking for somewhere new and spectacular to spread your tastebuds or introduce to your mates, think no more and head over to Claremont Tonic in South Yarra. An eclectic mix of rock n’ roll, cocktails, fruit juices and Asian cuisine, it’s sure to be a talking point.