Nobu: Taste of Peru

Disclosure: I attended courtesy of Nobu and Media Moguls. Peru is awesome. Peru is good. Peru is definitely worth a visit. But it’s also very, very far from Australia. So if you can’t make it to the actual country, you could instead head to Nobu for a Taste of Peru. But what does a Japanese […]

Bistro Guillaume: Champagne Dinner

Disclosure: I dined courtesy of Good Food Month and Undertow Media. According to Guillaume Brahimi, champagne is for any time of the day – even breakfast. Now I don’t know if I’d go that far, but I can definitely accept champagne on a warm summer night. As part of Good Food Month, I headed to […]

Silks: mid-autumn / mooncake festival banquet

Disclosure: I dined courtesy of Silks, Crown and Media Moguls. In the Chinese / lunar calendar, the mid-autumn festival is one of the most important events of the year. It’s held on the 15th day of the 8th month of the lunar year, when the moon is said to be at its brightest. One of […]

The Langham: Chocolate High Tea at the Aria Bar 2

Disclosure: I attended the Chocolate High Tea courtesy of The Langham and Media Moguls. Afternoon teas seem to be hot, hot, hot this year. They’ve always been around but lots of new ones seem to have been launched in the past six months. While that’s been happening, the classics keep chugging along. For example: The […]

Mr Hive Kitchen and Bar: dessert degustation

The evening didn’t start well. First I literally just missed the tram – I was five meters to the tram stop when I saw the tram slowly roll away. Wah wah guitar. I then became lost at Crown. I thought I knew where Mr Hive was located, but I was wrong – I had no […]

The Langham Aria Bar: Burch and Purchese afternoon tea

Disclosure: I attended courtesy of The Langham and Media Moguls. The other week I was invited to attend the launch of the Burch and Purchese afternoon tea at The Langham. It’s a limited series of afternoon teas starting in April – replacing the chocolate bar at the Aria Bar (which I have also attended previously), […]

The Langham: Christmas in July pudding making workshop

Disclosure: I attended this event courtesy of The Langham and Media Moguls. So it’s July, and you know what that means, don’t you? Time to think about Christmas! Okay, perhaps it’s not quite time to plan for Christmas, but it will be right about the corner before you know it. Isn’t that a scary thought? […]

The Langham: Chocolate High Tea at the Aria Bar

Disclosure: I attended the Chocolate High Tea courtesy of The Langham and Nuffnang. Last month I was invited to a food and fashion bloggers’ chocolate morning tea at the Langham, organised by Nuffnang. I don’t normally stuff myself with cakes and chocolates for breakfast – but you know what they say about not turning down […]

Nobu Melbourne

The other month, we headed to lunch at Nobu. Truthfully, I had heard so many mixed reviews about Nobu, combined with reports about how expensive it is, that I had never been that keen to go. But when I found out that they do a deal at lunch time for $57, which includes an entrée, […]

The Brasserie by Philippe Mouchel: Bastille Day dinner

On Bastille Day last week, we joined Benisa for dinner at the brasserie by Philippe Mouchel. A four course set menu was being served in celebration of all things French (or so the promotional email stated!). When we arrived, the first thing we saw was a guy in a beret playing the accordion. Is an […]

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