Bistro Vue - Melbourne
Continuing on the French theme from the previous post, we visited Bistro Vue for lunch during our trip to Melbourne. I really wanted to visit Vue De Monde sometime for dinner but they were completely booked out! (As was Cutler & Co). Note to self - for next year; book early! In some ways, Bistro Vue reminds me of one of my favourite French restaurants; Baroque in The Rocks, Sydney. Bistro Vue...
La Belle Miette - Melbourne
La Belle Miette is a recently opened patisserie on Hardware Lane in Melbourne. We stumbled upon La Belle whilst looking through some of the Melbournian laneways. La Belle Miette is adorable! They specialise in small French sweets, namely macarons, lemonade and tea. The macarons were amazing ($2.50 each) – so much they I bought a box back for my family. The cherry flavoured macaron was the most...
Bagan Burmese Restaurant, Strathfield.
Apologies I haven’t updated in a while – I enrolled into another summer course when my holiday plans were cancelled and my service provider cut my internet connection (I hate you, Telstra). As much as I love sitting at my desk breathing in filtered air, avoiding direct sunlight and staring at a computer screen for 15 hours researching 18th Century UK legislation, I was euphoric to get out of the...
Maggie Beer Icecream
Whenever we go to Festivals, we all eat the same kind of food. Heck, I’m sure that those same stallholders go to every single Festival and event in Sydney. Examples of such festival food are; A mixed plate of seafood; prawns and calamari Gozleme! (With a stingy slice of lemon and that was a bit charcoaly) $10 Butter Chicken sold at the Asian Noodle Stall - $10. The portion was tiny...