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Scotts Epicurean NZ

Being in Hamilton recently for a wedding, I was curious to know if our Kiwi neighbours could live up to a Melburnians high standards? Happily, Scotts Epicurean did not disappoint.


Drew Funk

The other week I caught up with Drew Funk to talk about secret wars. Drew has made it through to the semi final having bested his last challenger and will be competing again this Wednesday march 9th. If he is succeeds he will have a shot at the championship.


Big Espresso in Vietnam

Having just returned to Melbourne after two weeks in Vietnam, I am pleased to be sitting down at Vodka Bar having a great flat white. All though Vietnamese coffee seems to be a…



Photos: Eileen Kenny – @eileenpk There is a plenitude of coffee shops in Brisbane; you can get a cup of Genovese, Merlo, Di Bella or Lavazza on nearly every street corner. To have…


Whingetiquette: Lesson Two

While it pains me to admit… I’m going to put it out there… waiters aren’t perfect. They can be grumpy. They can be rude. They can be full of themselves and deserving of a right old slap across their smug little faces. They can be just as bad as customers.


Whingetiquette: Lesson One

Ok, here it is, my scientifically-proven way to get your waiter’s attention, keep him/her onside and get what you want. You’ll notice I’ve grossly exaggerated the scientific basis of my work. I am what is known as an Over-stater.



Complaining… How do you roll? Are you the type who gets their kicks from sending something back? Or the one who wants to crawl under the table when their dining companion complains their hot chocolate is too hot and chocolatey?


D’espresso Cafe New York

We love the design of this tiny cafe in New York. They have taken the idea of a library and turned it on its head- literally.


Café Gitane NYC

Photos: Guy Lavoipierre When the shopping gets too much for you, check out Café Gitane in Soho. A great spot for a casual lunch with a French-Moroccan fusion of flavours. I was instantly…


Doma NYC

As Alice and I were staying in Grenwich Village, Doma was our local cafe. Friendly service, satisfying food, with an arty array of regulars checking photos from recent shoots on their laptops, discussing the meaning of life or just quietly reading.


Balthazar NYC

Continuing on our quest for the ultimate New York cafe, Alice and I found ourselves at Balthazar in Soho.


Pastis NYC

For those of you who checked out my previous post from New York on the Clinton St. Baking Company, you may realise by now that my girlfriend Alice and I have recently had a trip there.

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