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Mr M and I are back from a fantastic break. The highlight of our eating while based in London was our lunch at the Fat Duck, but that epic post is still being finished. I thought that in the meantime I would run through some of the other gastronomic high points of our time in […]

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So we all know that I am Northside-centric and barely manage to get out of my local comfort zone (a quick peruse of the reviews page can show how far weighted reviews are to the North). So I’m generally at a loss when trying to come up with food suggestions on the other side of […]

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After a recent (delicious) experience of South American (specifically, Colombian) food at Sonido! I thought I would continue the theme and try out another new South American place in Fitzroy – Cruzao Arepa Bar. I had read good things about Cruzao Arepa bar (Fitzroyalty and What’s for Tea?), including that the food is cheap, tasty and the Venezuelan […]

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A while ago, I headed to Von Haus for breakfast. While I enjoyed their breakfast offerings, I couldn’t help but think that Von Haus would be perfect for drinks and dinner… and I was right! Mr M, P and I headed there on a freezing night for few glasses of red and some dinner. The […]

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Pope Joan has been open for 8 days and is already pumping. But it was always going to be with Matt Wilkinson (who up until last Tuesday was Head Chef at Circa) and Ben Foster (general manager of Carlton’s The Kent) at the helm. Pope Joan is hidden in Nicholson St, Brunswick East, amongst a couple of […]

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The Breakfast Club is located in St Georges Rd, Northcote, nestled in a little strip of shops.  It is a small, light filled, quirkily outfitted space full of nicknacks. I think the Breakfast Club is such a great name for a cafe. While it naturally evokes thoughts of breakfast (and eggs!) it also has that extra element […]

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Breadwell is one of a multitude of coffee shops situated right near my workplace.  A differentiator is its great selection of teas (including a pretty great chai if you are that way inclined). I recently noticed a new inclusion in the cakes cabinet – teeny tiny little macarons. Obviously they were calling for me to try them. The other […]

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I have a lot of fond memories of eating at Guru da Dhaba in Johnston St. I met my now sister-in-law there for the first time, had many a boozy boozy dinner there, and the first meal in our new house was take-away from there, eaten in the back garden while slugging champagne. A little while […]

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For our recent wedding, Mr M and I received a gift voucher to Ten Minutes by Tractor (referred to as 10X) from our lovely friends A & C. In between the madness of December catch ups we managed to find a free Sunday and headed out to Red Hill on an absolutely glorious day for […]

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Lindt’s champagne macaron and strawberry macaron So on the macaron trail I found myself at Lindt’s (relatively) new chocolate cafe in Collins Street. I side-stepped the display case filled with chocolatey goodness, headed up a couple of stairs and found myself in front of the macaron (or as they call them “delice”) counter. Lindt had […]

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