If I say the original nutella-filled doughnuts from Mick’s Place attract queues as long as Lune Croissanterie’s, would you give it a try? Well, they do.
When it comes to meatballs, popularly known as bakso in Indonesia, my sister and grandma are the expert. They would try the different places including stalls by the roadside and carts that pass by but Bakso Lestari remained their favourite.
Padangnese is one of the most famous Indonesian cuisine I can’t live without.
ABC Chicken’s Carbonara Chicken is to die for! It is one of my favourite Korean fried chicken in the world, and it is a must try when in Melbourne!
For some time I was tortured looking at the delicious Korean Cheesy BBQ pictures looping on my Instagram. Just what is the hype all about?
My family and I are huge fans of Indonesian cuisine, or anything that is served with sambal, really. So, of course we can’t miss visiting this the newly opened Indonesian restaurant especially when it claims to be a specialist in Beef Ribs Penyet!
Melbourne is a caffeinated city. There are heaps good coffee at every corner of the city, and every other day we’d find new innovative blends popping out literally everywhere. But, what defines a perfect cup of coffee?
Cute popular Japanese restaurant known for its Starving Panda Curry Rice and Taiyaki has extended its wings to Surabaya. Well known for its adorable food and setting in Jakarta, Itadakimasu Surabaya is set to be another trending hang out place. Or so I thought.
Another Instagram worthy brunch options in Fitzroy, North-East Melbourne.
When you crave for Yong Tau Foo, there’s only one place to turn to in Melbourne.