One Origin Specialty Coffee is a quirky cafe with amazing coffee and a good breakfast spread on offer. It’s also away from the mad hipster crowded areas. Why not come on down to the South East suburbs this week and pay a visit. You may even be lucky enough to try the coveted Mille & B’s crepe cakes on offer.
Press Club Projects is The Press Club’s creative space and test kitchen, where the Press Club team develop new dishes and play around with high tech scientific equipment. We recently attended a secret cheese aficionado event hosted by Press Club Projects and Harper and Blohm. Buckle up, as this is going to be cheesy.
If you need to spoil yourself with a little luxury on your next trip away to Japan, definitely pay a visit to the Hyatt Regency in Kyoto. All guests are treated with the same reverance and respect that is the epitome of Japanese hospitality, or omotenashi. You won’t ever want to leave.
Winter can only mean one thing. Truffles! If our recap of Prahran Market’s Truffle Trail event doesn’t make you want to get some truffles right now, we don’t even know how to help you. Trust us. Get the addiction now 🙂
Here’s our second Japan post. This time we take you with us on a trip to the world famous Tsukiji Market and recount our meal at Sushi Daiwa, before it all relocates to a new venue in 2016.
It’s definitely been a long hiatus since our last Playground post. So this time, we thought we would post up something completely different. This time, we review ourselves, our cooking and our service. Intrigued? Welcome to the Mad Genius Degustation!
Looking for an easy doughnut (donut) recipe? How about one that rewards you with two types of flavours? Topped with a Nutella and Peanut Butter Glaze and tossed with Cinnamon Icing Sugar? Oh yes, please!
Wuhoo! We’re back from another amazing trip away. This time, we bring to you a whirlwind post on what to expect and do (particularly if you haven’t been there before) to Japan! Starting right up with Tokyo 🙂
It’s been 8 years since Max Tsang opened up Mahjong in St. Kilda. Earlier this year, having rebranded and refocussed the restaurant’s vision, Whatever by Mahjong is serving up traditional Chinese dishes with modern twists.