• Mama’s Buoi

    I have walked past Mama’s Buoi before, in the hidden laneway alongside GPO. On one hand I thought, “Another Vietnamese place?” But at the same time I was curious.

  • Ba’get – New Tapas Menu

    Amidst a flurry of events in March, I ventured to Ba’get (by myself) to try their new tapas menu. A slightly rainy night led me to drive in and so I couldn’t try their awesome sounding cocktails. I enjoy any Asian … Continue reading

  • Pinoy Pop Up Dinner

    Recently we were invited to dine at a media event of Filipino food to promote the Pinoy Pop Up dinner, part of the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival.

  • Mission #5: Freycinet

    After a drive to the east coast, it suddenly dawned on us that this holiday was going too fast.

  • Mission #5: Cataract Gorge

    With a packed itinerary in Tasmania, Launceston almost didn’t make the cut. But to break up a long drive from Cradle Mountain to the east coast, we thought we might as well drop by the popular Cataract Gorge for lunch.

  • Dex2Rose Nitrogen Gelato

    Nitrogen gelato might kind of be the norm now, but I was fascinated to find out what Dex2Rose had to offer. I had the opportunity to sample some of their flavours and meet their chef Jesse, who was lovely to speak … Continue reading

  • What Did You Miss?

    If you ever think my blog is getting a little quiet, remember I write for a few other websites about my adventures! I’ve been getting back into the swing of things and now it’s just articles non-stop.

  • Mission #5: Cradle Mountain

    When it comes to Tasmania, there are many iconic places that people will urge you to visit. Cradle Mountain was high up there.

  • Mission #5: Gordon River

    On the west coast of Tasmania there is a little town called Strahan – the west coast is also largely made up of Tasmania’s World Heritage listed forest.

  • Wagaya Melbourne

    I was recently contacted by a global marketing agency, aiming to promote Japanese restaurants and culture. After working on the Sydney scene, they’d moved on to Melbourne and I was kindly invited to try Wagaya in Melbourne.

Mission #5: Mount Wellington & Mount Field

Ah so I am finally back from this super holiday…and yet I have so much to write! I’ll be recapping my adventures for a while – sorry for dragging it out, but I really had no energy to write during the trip and I really want to share these adventures with you! Continue reading

Mission #5: Bruny Island

And so the adventures with our campervan for ten days in Tasmania has begun!

We are now used to our campervan, with our first drive to our first campervan site to a place called “Snug”. It was towards the southern end of Tasmania and a very cute place but I’ll recap all our caravan sites at the end of trip, so I can let you know what was the best and the pros and cons. Continue reading

Mission #4: T by Luxbite

If I had the power of foresight – this month’s theme might have been “Invites” – this week itself has been pretty crazy! I won this invite to T by Luxbite’s launch party by participating in a regram competition on Instagram and the chances were slim, but I was one of the last ones picked. Huzzah! Continue reading

Mission #4: Summer Tastes with Manu

In the spirit of my “Other Bloggers” series, this event just seemed to fit. In addition to meeting up with fellow writers for coffee or brunch, another place you often meet other writers is at special invitation events.

This opportunity was out of the ordinary as it was not a complimentary meal at a restaurant, but a chance to watch popular television chef Manu Feildel demonstrate his summer recipes from a VIP section at Highpoint Shopping Centre’s Fresh Food Mall. All his recipes were showcasing Murray Valley Pork, and proved to be delicious, making it very hard to choose a favourite. Continue reading

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