by Ms I-Hua | Feb 9, 2015 | Asian Cuisine, By Cuisine, By Location, Daylesford, Japanese Cuisine, Regional Victoria, Restaurant Reviews
An hour and a half outside of Melbourne CBD, will take you to an idyllic spot in Victoria’s lush countryside and natural mineral springs area. Drop into Kazuki’s at the Raglan for a contemporary Japanese/Australian meal and be blown away.
by Ms I-Hua | Feb 2, 2015 | Asian Cuisine, By Cuisine, By Location, Hawthorn, Inner South-Eastern Suburbs, Japanese Cuisine, Restaurant Reviews
If you’re looking for a quiet and different sort of breakfast in Melbourne’s ever growing breakfast/brunch scene, head on over to Tana Cafe in Hawthorn for a Japanese spin on breakfast,
by Ms I-Hua | Oct 14, 2014 | Asian Cuisine, By Cuisine, By Location, Chinese Cuisine, Japanese Cuisine, Korean Cuisine, Melbourne CBD, Restaurant Reviews
Another week, another Western Asian fusion restaurant. This time, we bring you on to Supernormal, an Andrew McConnell restaurant in the food lane of Melbourne.
by Ms I-Hua | Oct 6, 2014 | Asian Cuisine, By Cuisine, By Location, Japanese Cuisine, Melbourne CBD, Restaurant Reviews
What’s the next food craze in Melbourne that has its citizens lining up on the street for close to an hour? Tonkotsu Ramen, that’s what. Straight from the region of Hakata in Fukuoka (the city that invented tonkotsu ramen), you won’t want to miss it.
by Ms I-Hua | Sep 1, 2014 | Asian Cuisine, Bar, Coffee, Tea or Other Beverages, By Cuisine, By Location, Food Events, Inner Southern Suburbs, Japanese Cuisine, Lifestyle, Restaurant Reviews, Southbank
Crown Melbourne recently launched their Colours of Cuba festival which The Boy and I were invited to join for a progressive dinner through Nobu Melbourne, The Waiting Room and Mr Hive Kitchen and Bar. Read on to find out more about the event!