Playground Series hits us again! This time, the Boy presents an untitled dessert. An ode to both winter and summer. Would you like to give it a name?
Orient East @ Seasons Botanic Gardens, St Kilda Road, Melbourne – Reminiscing British Colonial Malaysia
In this post, we bring you Orient East. An eclectic mix of old British colonial times in Malaya with a modern twist of Melbourne’s multicultural take on oriental cuisine.
Looking for a slightly healthier banana bread? Why not try baking it with a low fat Greek yogurt instead? Softer and more moist than a normal banana bread, this will be an instant crowd pleaser
If you are thinking NBMC (Not another Bloody Melbourne Cafe), think again! Station Street Trading Co. is definitely a cut above the rest. If you like bacon (and seriously who doesn’t?), you have to visit just for their breakfast stack!
All my closest family and friends will tell you how much I love chicken rice in general. They will also tell you how lucky I am to have found a man that will replicate and cook for me any recipe I so wish. So here is our recipe for Poached Hainanese Chicken Rice Enjoy!
Melbourne is probably one of the only places in the world where it is appropriate to get a group of friends together early in the day to catch up over coffee and breakfast. It is a city of vibrant cafe culture which has fast become cemented into our daily lives. Here we capture 3 very different cafes in the heart of Fitzroy.
Had enough with the mediocre Malaysian joints popping up all around the country? Feel that you should stay home and do a better job yourselves? Well the Boy and I have days when we decide to cook Malaysian food at home and spice things up. Enjoy our Nasi Lemak with Fried Chicken recipe!
For a High Tea experience like no other, try the La Terre Sucrée High Tea at The Tea Room, NGV International during this Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2013. Expect the impressionist artists to have served your dishes. Don’t be surprise when both flora and fauna pop up on your plate to say a little “hello!”.
Ever wanted to travel the world and sample the many local delicacies in each country? Can’t afford to travel but would love to try different types of food despite that? Why not try some of Africa’s cuisine right here in Melbourne? Head over to The Horn at Collingwood to open up your tastebuds to something unique and different today!