chicken Archive

  • I've been stalking Street Food Australia. There. I've said it. But can you blame me?

    Street Food Australia

    I've been stalking Street Food Australia. There. I've said it. But can you blame me?

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  • Chow House's menu is undoubtedly Asian. With a selection of items inspired by the commonly available street food of the Orient, adeptly labelled 'Street Chow', think fresh explosions of flavour with slick modern presentations.

    Chow House

    Chow House's menu is undoubtedly Asian. With a selection of items inspired by the commonly available street food of the Orient, adeptly labelled 'Street Chow', think fresh explosions of flavour with slick modern presentations.

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  • I was invited to join in a little fiesta at Olé Restaurant with several other food bloggers and I must say the invitation (a potted chilli plant) set the tone of casual festivities for the evening. And to be honest, so did the jugs of sangria.

    A Fiesta at Olé Restaurant, Southbank

    I was invited to join in a little fiesta at Olé Restaurant with several other food bloggers and I must say the invitation (a potted chilli plant) set the tone of casual festivities for the evening. And to be honest, so did the jugs of sangria.

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  • I can see the appeal of Hako Japanese Restaurant and Bar. While their dishes are Japanese, it is not strictly traditional. Their menu might be considered pricey, as their portions are not particularly large nor fanciful. But for food that is both comforting and pleasurable, I would visit Hako again.

    Hako Japanese Restaurant and Bar, Melbourne

    I can see the appeal of Hako Japanese Restaurant and Bar. While their dishes are Japanese, it is not strictly traditional. Their menu might be considered pricey, as their portions are not particularly large nor fanciful. But for food that is both comforting and pleasurable, I would visit Hako again.

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  • Unable to book a table in Melbourne's inner-city eateries for less than 5 people for dinner and unwilling to wait 30 min for a table on Sunday, we discovered Terra Rossa Restaurant and Bar on Melbourne's Flinders Lane.

    Terra Rossa Restaurant and Bar, Melbourne

    Unable to book a table in Melbourne's inner-city eateries for less than 5 people for dinner and unwilling to wait 30 min for a table on Sunday, we discovered Terra Rossa Restaurant and Bar on Melbourne's Flinders Lane.

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  • Aside from its 44 levels of premium office space, One One One Eagle Street is also home to one of Brisbane’s newest bistro, Bistro ONE Eleven. Owner Philip Johnson and head chef Damien Draper recently opened its doors and I was invited to an intimate dinner to sample their menu offerings.

    Bistro One Eleven

    Aside from its 44 levels of premium office space, One One One Eagle Street is also home to one of Brisbane’s newest bistro, Bistro ONE Eleven. Owner Philip Johnson and head chef Damien Draper recently opened its doors and I was invited to an intimate dinner to sample their menu offerings.

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  • I was never one for frilly dresses and tea parties growing up. When a friend visited from Singapore, I was determined we should share a genuine tea experience at Tea and Niceties.

    Tea And Niceties at Mount Tambourine

    I was never one for frilly dresses and tea parties growing up. When a friend visited from Singapore, I was determined we should share a genuine tea experience at Tea and Niceties.

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  • Luke suggested we visit Maple 3 Cafe in Maleny, where he visited on his last trip to Maleny.

    Maple 3 Cafe in Maleny

    Luke suggested we visit Maple 3 Cafe in Maleny, where he visited on his last trip to Maleny.

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  • I love how Crust Pizza Norwood make their pizzas in front of you. It's not hidden around the back or semi-hidden by menu boards. It is - BAM - in your face, so you can watch the staff slather sauce and pile on the ingredients from the smorgasbord of produce.

    Crust Pizza Norwood, Adelaide

    I love how Crust Pizza Norwood make their pizzas in front of you. It's not hidden around the back or semi-hidden by menu boards. It is - BAM - in your face, so you can watch the staff slather sauce and pile on the ingredients from the smorgasbord of produce.

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  • The Queensland Taiwan Festival 2012 had 40+ food stalls and over 100 varieties of Taiwanese food, including 鹽酥雞 (salt & pepper chicken), spring onion pancakes, BBQ squids...

    Queensland Taiwan Festival 2012

    The Queensland Taiwan Festival 2012 had 40+ food stalls and over 100 varieties of Taiwanese food, including 鹽酥雞 (salt & pepper chicken), spring onion pancakes, BBQ squids...

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