Behind the scene (BTS) photos of our shoot at Nomz Kitchen & Pastry at Grand Indonesia East Mall, Jakarta.
Nomz Kitchen & Pastry serves modern fusion food and pastries by celebrity Chef Arnold Poernomo, from Master Chef Indonesia and Pastry Chef Kim Pangestu. Located at Grand Indonesia, Jakarta.
Don’t succumb to Maccas’ temptations. If you’re having a cheat day, go for broke – head to a buffet instead. Don’t worry about it being exy, though, thankfully, in this list, we feature 9 buffets in Melbourne serving Japanese, Chinese, Mexican and even Australian cuisine that won’t disappoint your wallet.
Beautiful combination of retro and modern setting. Good food. High quality coffee. Historica Coffee & Pastry is my favourite hangout when in Surabaya.
A popular café chain from Jakarta, known for their all day breakfast menu and quality coffee.
When obsessing about nutella-filled donut from Mick’s Place, I found a more convenient alternative in Melbourne CBD.
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.
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!
The Grand Trailer Park Taverna is arguably Melbourne’s most delicious and wallet friendly burgers. I love its cozy ambience, which is perfect for a Friday night out.
I get asked about the things that one must do in Melbourne often, and for the love of Melbourne’s brunch and coffee culture, I’ve consistently answered café hopping. So when one of my baby girls came to visit, I naturally took her on café hunting and pigging out sessions. Scroll the gallery for photos of our ventures around North Melbourne.