4 ways to make the most of spring this season with Koi Dessert Bar

Koi Dessert Bar spring fresh fruits cakes

We all love spring because of the sunshine, blue skies, blossoming flowers and new menus in our favourite restaurants. But what about desserts? That’s where the likes of Reynold Poernomo really shine, thanks to their creativity with what the most sensational of seasons has to offer. MORE: Ever wondered what it’s like inside Koi Dessert […]

The Flying Duck Melbourne Is A Pub With Something Special

The Flying Duck Hotel in Prahran is the local you want, need and love. It’s tucked down a quiet suburban side street, unassuming, local, friendly, welcoming and warm. It caters to the locals who’re after that nightly pot of beer, or the dinner-goers whose demand for something lush and relatively luxurious, but still accessible dictates […]

What’s Good About Box Hill Central?

Have a craving for authentic Asian food? Box Hill Central might just be the place to visit. Our first stop was Kitchen Republik. Tucked away in the corner of a food court, this restaurant was lively and bustling.   As soon as we were seated, two different menus were brought to us, including an extensive […]

Dinner At The Royal Paddington


In Sydney’s affluent Paddington, there’s a little slice of town known as ‘five ways’. It’s nothing special, nothing flash, nothing grand, but it’s what’s just below the surface – or above, in this case – that really makes the area and its tenants sing. The Royal Hotel in Paddington is an institution. Say the name […]

Brunch With Galeries Lafayette

In a little-known city called Paris, there’s an equally little-known shopping complex. It was established in 1894. But by ‘little-known’, we couldn’t be further from the truth. In fact, it was the first department store to have an elevator. Unlike the solid contraptions of today, it was without walls, allowing women to call a stop […]

Meatstock In Sydney

Meatstock, THE F, 1

Think Woodstock, but meat. As delicious to think about as it is much like a gory-sounding slaughterhouse, it’s a deliciously focused alternative to a wild music festival of gastronomic propotions. With tickets at only $26, meat lovers will have plenty to sink their teeth into next Valentine’s day with the inaugural Meatstock Festival, whcih will […]


Taste of Melbourne is on again. From 12-15 November, Albert Park will play host to the city’s premiere food and drink celebration, bringing to its grass knoll the best of what Melbourne has to offer for the gastronome.   Andrew McConnell and his restaurants Supernormal and Luxembourg will be there alongside the Royal Mail Hotel, Pastuso’s, San Telmo and Pei Modern, renowned […]