The Modern Eatery

On Saturday, The Modern Eatery had their soft opening and therefore had everything (except desserts) on their menu at 50% off. A friend of mine who works there let us know and helped us get a booking for dinner that night. The atmosphere there was very relaxed and the food came at a nice leisurely […]

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Hakata Furyu

I’m generally not a big fan of ramen, however for the sake of letting my friend try something new, we went to a ramen place along Akihabara. Surprisingly enough, I found out later on that this was quite a popular ramen shop too. They use the vending-machine process, which is especially useful for non-Japanese-speaking customers […]

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Eggless

A popular dessert-stop in Adelaide, I have visited Eggless twice now with a friend who is a big fan. They apparently update their menus every month or so, which is great in giving people a reason to keep coming back. Sometimes, they also have special items on the menu that only last for a week […]

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A Mother’s Milk

Came here for a simple brunch and was very pleased and satisfied with the meal. I decided to go with my usual avacado and egg staple, which was generous in it’s serving of avacado and just the right amount for me. My friend advised that their baked eggs were delicious and that she always came […]

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Sutyot Kuetiau Lua Payak Phaya Thai (ร้านสุดยอดก๋วยเตี๋ยวเรือป๋ายักษ์)

Apparently translating to “The Best of Thai Boat Noodles”, this restaurant with their orange-shirt-clad servers is the most famous boat noodle restaurant in Bangkok. Recommended to me by my sister-in-law, I went with a friend to check it out. As you can see above, the menu is short and simple. For those unfamiliar, boat noodles […]

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La Lorientaise Crêperie

A friend introduced me to this homey crepe shop, commenting that her mother loves the crepes here and often takes the opportunity to make use of her French as all the employees are French. Everything on the menu is, obviously, crepes. From savoury to sweet, they have a large variety of simple dishes for everyone. […]

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Grimaldi’s

Usually visited by older patrons, I have only actually dined at Grimaldi’s once in the many years I’ve been in Adelaide. Grimaldi’s is my must-have stop for it’s “Legendary Tiramisu” – aptly named on it’s menu. The food was still delicious and the portions were just right. I had the salmon (below) and it was […]

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Grain Store

Guest-starring my visiting friend, we visited Grain Store at her request because she loved the “mushroom-dish” that she had here the last time she came to Melbourne. Unfortunately, her lack of memory-space and also bad guessing skills led to her getting the wrong “mushroom-dish”, although she does stand by her claim that she ordered the […]

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Angas Plains Wines

Recently, I tagged along with my father and his friends to a winery about 20mins flight from Aldinga. The atmosphere of the winery was very peaceful and calm – not surprising with how far out it is. The weather that day was really perfect so we also enjoyed a leisurely stroll around the winery after […]

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Ujeonghoesjib (우정횟집)

Another place our guide brought us to during our short-stay in Jeju Island was this seafood restaurant. Just looking up the location for this place to put the map below also showed that Koreans themselves have good reviews of this restaurant so you know it’s good! As usual, our guide ordered a ton of food […]

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