The Layover: Penang, Malaysia (Part 4) – Assam Laksa @ Pasar Air Itam, Kek Lok Si, Padang Brown & 747 Restaurant
Here we have our final Penang Layover post. Part IV takes you to Penang’s most famous temple set amidst hills in Air Itam. We also top this all off with more epic eating adventures. Are you ready? Here we go!
The Layover: Penang, Malaysia (Part 3) – Hawker Fare off Macalister Road (Lorong Baru, Lorong Selamat, Rangoon Rd)
Here we go! Here we go! The Layover Part III for Penang is now here. More jam packed with food than you can even imagine eating (yet we did and we survived!), here’s our gluttonous recommendation for you
Curious about what Penang has to offer other than food? How about some really cool street art? Engage on Penang’s Street Art Trail and get acquainted with the city of Georgetown via foot or wheels, the choice is yours!
The Layover: Penang, Malaysia (Part 1) – Loh Bak @ Kheng Pin, Line Clear Nasi Kandar, Teochew Cendol
Ever wanted to do a stopover in Malaysia or Singapore but thought that 2-3 days were just not enough? Here we show you how to pack in the most in 2-3 days, starting with a layover visit to Malaysia’s Pearl of the Orient. We take you on a journey with us to the beautiful island of Penang.
Time to start warming up those ovens and taking out those pots reserved for slow cooking. The colder weather is upon us! To herald the winter that is coming, we are sharing with you a dish from Philippines called, Bicol Express. Enjoy!
The beautiful Romanesco sits upon the plate, hark, hear the angels sing! That’s certainly how I feel every time I look at this gorgeous vegetable. It’s simply stunning, so much so that I wouldn’t mind if I were presented with a bouquet of these (very practical I would say!).
If you are up and about Melbourne CBD and wanting to enjoy a good dinner in a casual dining atmosphere that serves traditional Italian fare then take a visit to Tazio. Warm and inviting, you may not want to leave!
Nine months! Some people would have babies in that time. We are just that back-logged that we are now sharing with you a Flashback Friday post of our visit to Tasmania in June (last year) when we dined at Garagistes.
Blueberries. Cream Cheese. Yoghurt. Mix ‘em all together and you have yourselves a Blueberry Yoghurt Cake with Cream Cheese Frosting! Yoghurt cakes are easy to bake and are so moist. You just can’t go wrong with them. Try this! It’s delicious.