I have to admit, I was pretty excited when I heard Sake was coming to Melbourne, as J and I have had great dining experiences at both the Brisbane and Sydney restaurants.
The Public House in Richmond is on Church street, just down from the corner of Swan street.
To find the Qantas International Business lounge, look for the Travelex desk next to a set of escalators once you have survived the duty free maze after security and immigration.
If you have ever been to Daylesford you will know that it is a bit of a mecca for groups of woman on their girls’ weekend aways.
I would describe Yellow Bird on Chapel street as a cross between a cafe and a diner, with a bit of Mexican tossed in as well.
Located 15 minutes south of Launceston, the Josef Chromy winery and cellar door has come a long way since it first opened.
The French Laundry, Thomas Keller’s Yountville restaurant in California, probably does not need much introduction to anyone remotely interested in food.
After successfully running many restaurants in Tasmania, Terry Fidler latest venture is the Brisbane Street Bistro in Launceston.
Dunyazad is a large Lebanese restaurant in Balwyn North, on the corner of Doncaster road and Trentwood Avenue.
This posts is a wrap up of breakfasts I have enjoyed in the last few months.
How last minute have you ever booked a hotel? A week? A day? A few hours?