Saint Crispin is the patron saint of cobblers (people that make shoes, not the fruit pie kind) and Saint Crispin the restaurant is located in an old cobbler’s workshop. Got it?
Silks, a fine dining Cantonese restaurant in Crown Casino, has to have one of the most impressive entry ways I have ever seen.
Why do some restaurants work and some don’t? It might be just me but there seems to have been a lot of closures in the last year, of both old and new (and those in-between) places.
I am pretty sure I have mentioned this before, but my previous place of employment was located on Fitzroy street, St Kilda. To go from that wealth of eateries, to a business park with one overpriced option still leaves me very sad (after 3.5 years).
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.