It’s been a few weeks (months?) since I’ve last spoken with you about what’s going on. First of all, I hope you like the new design. Go around and click away. I’ve taught myself a lot about making things easier for my awesome readers and ensured that everything you need is just a few clicks away.
Secondly, I am working on creating a newsletter where I will cover a few things that I don’t normally post on this site. Right now, I am finalising a free gift for you to join my list. If you already have, never fear, I will send it to you as well! I am all about giving and gratitude! You have been generous with your time, and I want to repay you for your kindness.
Third, there will 2 major posting changes. One is a new type of category called “What I’m excited about”. This post will focus on upcoming events and to help you plan out for the weekend, will be released at 6pm on Thursday evening. The second change – the regularily scheduled posts will move to Saturday afternoon at 12pm. And all the while in between? A guaranteed Instagram update of coffee or a shot of a tantalising upcoming review!
Here’s to all the fun we are going to have and I cannot wait to see what new adventures we are going to have.
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A throw back like no other. This is the restaurant that started my food blogging journey. Realising that I hadn’t completed a proper blog review, I had to fix this transgression and relive the nostalgia and share with the world, the utter awesomeness of this restaurant.
Continue reading “Pok Pok Rocks (Docklands)”
This little gem brings a spring to your step. And given that it’s on a major thoroughfare, I expect patronage to grow steadily. And if the food is anything to go by, then you are in for a treat! Continue reading “The Common Review”
The one, the only, white night is returning and here are some of photos that you can expect. Continue reading “Sneak Peek: Melbourne White Night 2016”
There are many restaurants that try to be all things to all people and here is how Maroo is different. It does hot pots really well. Continue reading “All that a hot pot should be: Maroo (Melbourne)”
Matt Damon seems to get lost a lot recently. First we had to save Private Ryan, bring him back from his Interstellar space mission and now he got lost on Mars. Seriously. We could save a lot of money if we just left him. Continue reading “Movie Review: The Martian”
This is the first time I am actually disappointed in an event.
Don’t get me wrong. I am glad that the Docklands location is finally getting some well deserved attention. But the food truck event that they had previously was the best one in Docklands to date!
Given that I don’t have many nice things to say about this place – I shall just leave you with some pictures.
First of all, this place was WAAAAAAAAAAY over priced. There was one location that was selling 10 mini dim sims for $23. That really put me off. Then when I looked into the cost associated with these stalls, the prices that they were asking from these establishments bordered on complete and utter ridiculous. And to top it off, they wanted an additional 30% from the daily profits?
Better luck next time. Go for the views, and bring lots of spare cash or you will be left feeling hungry and disappointed.
It was worth the wait. Every morsel, every bite. I couldn’t wait to write. But be warned, read this only if you’ve eaten. Or hunger is sure to ensue.