From conversations had, and other blog posts read, it seems that Tokyo Teppanyaki has been on Chapel street since the beginning of time.

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Huxtable has been on my to-dine-at list ever since it opened (does anyone’s list ever get smaller?).

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On landing and disembarking half an hour late at LAX after the long flight, everyone who had a connecting flight was given their boarding pass in a bright orange express pass holder, and once in the immigration hall, directed to the so called express lane.

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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.

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The Public House in Richmond is on Church street, just down from the corner of Swan street.

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My flight from Sydney to Los Angeles was on a Qantas A380, and after spending time in the lounge, I headed down to the gate, ready to board.

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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.

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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.

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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.

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