BrownKortes (named after business partners Gordon Brown and Martin De Korte) is located on the grounds of Evelyn County Estate around 35 minutes from Melbourne CBD.

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Tai Pan has been serving Cantonese and Beijing fare to Eastern suburbs diners for over 20 years.They also do yum cha every day and this is where J and I caught up with Nin and Andy.

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The Point, located on the edge of Albert Park lake, bills itself as a steak house with “a contemporary approach to classic dishes”

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How would you feel if you received a text message from a friend that said “We’re getting naked?” Scared? Excited? Confused? Luckily for me, when KB1 received that exact message from me, she knew what I was referring too.

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J and I are one sleep away from heading off on our next adventure. This time we are doing a road trip in the United Sates.

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Money Order Office, or MOO, as it is commonly called, is a fine dining restaurant turned tapas bar. In typical Melbourne fashion you can find MOO not only in an alleyway but down a flight of stairs, through a self-opening door.

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Jimmy Leung’s Kitchen is an unassuming looking Chinese restaurant situated in an unassuming strip of shops on Doncaster road in Doncaster East. Despite not being able to find much information on this eatery, JK and I decided to try it out for an after work catch-up.

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The Foodrinkery is located in a quiet street off Warrigal road in Burwood East. I almost didn’t see it tucked at the end of a small strip of shops and next to a park.

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The Black Toro on the Kingsway in Glen Waverley is Garen Maskal’s (ex sous chef at Ezard) Hispanic restaurant, which he opened with the hope that the locals wanted something a bit more upmarket in the area.

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Fenix is Gary Mehigan’s (of Masterchef fame) restaurant on the banks of the Yarra in Richmond.

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