When looking for a venue for our regular catch up I suggested Gasometer to KB1 and KB2.
I drive past the bright pink awning of Persian Flavours on my way to and from work everyday, but have never been that interested in dining there.
Decent restaurants are a little thin on the ground in the outer Eastern ‘burbs, so I was very interested when one of my tennis team mates said The Brewhouse in Ringwood East does good food.
A night in the city to celebrate J’s birthday meant an opportunity to check out another dumpling establishment.
Breakfast round up part three sticks to the Eastern suburbs, and I try to mix things up with some different dishes.
I was pretty excited to be finally dining at what I consider to be an institution, Grossi Florentino. The upstairs, fine dining arm of the Guy Grossi empire.
My Foodie Mash Up posts are all about the places I do not think warrant a separate post. These are mainly revisits or instances where I couldn’t photograph, or taste, enough to waffle on for a full post (eg, group events or functions).
One of the things that J misses when he is in America is Asian food. They just don’t seem to do it on the same scale as us, or as good.
It seems every time I am locked in to meet up with KB1 and KB2 it absolutely buckets with rain. Why is this? It also seems that KB1 keeps disappearing overseas and misses our catch ups. Is she trying to avoid us?
I honestly don’t get the difference between high tea and afternoon tea, but either way, eating sandwiches, scones and mini desserts is a fine way to spend an afternoon.
On a recent Saturday morning J announced his intention to make a trip to our local Kathmandu store to buy some clothes before his next overseas work trip. In a (successful) effort to get me to go with him, he suggested we get dumplings in Box Hill afterwards. This man knows the way to my heart!