This week, we travel to Camberwell, Melbourne to pay tribute to a local monk hiding in a tiny laneway right across the Rivoli Cinema. What follows is a rather sinful affair between the Monk & Me 🙂 Come join me in this week’s Malaysia Kitchen Blogger Summit and remember, if you like my post, follow the link and click “like” to VOTE for me 🙂
Join me as I visit a different Malaysian restaurant each week throughout August as part of the Malaysia Kitchen Blogger Summit! Together we will enjoy the different and wide ranging spectrum of culinary dishes that make up the soul of Malaysian cuisine.
If you happen to be in Sydney and crave a little slice of authentic Japanese skewer-styled cuisine, look no further than to Azuma Kushiyaki, the brainchild of Kimitaka Azuma. Simple food is often the best kind of food and this holds true for this little gem.
Usually the new guy in school is scrutinised by everyone. Would he be a loser or would he be cool enough to hang out with the in-crowd? Chin Chin is definitely building up a reputation as the coolest new kid in town. With its simple yet delicious menu, Chin Chin is everyone’s Golden Boy.
Feeling the bite of the wind? Is winter finally getting the better of you? Would a bowl of delicious hot noodle soup in rich pork broth heal your soul? Ramen Ya definitely has the cure for this blisteringly cold winter!