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My WeekendNotes - 29
Kakke di Hatti doesn't belong in Brunswick. It belongs in India's mountains. It's minimal - bordering on Spartan - and... [more]
Cafe Azul's warmth seems to have made it a local favourite for winter catch ups in Richmond. Despite the cramped seating... [more]
Following the critical success of The Queen in 2006, British playwright and screenwriter Peter Morgan has returned, ... [more]
Even though I know Malaysian food was invented on the equatorial heat-belt, I feel like its creators had Melbourne's... [more]
There is something wonderfully nostalgic about walking into Miramar Nut Shop on Lygon Street, East Brunswick. The heavy ... [more]
Much of Melbourne's food culture lives on our streets and walkways. From Victoria Market to Degraves Street, Melbourne'... [more]
It has become a tradition for the hosts of Eurovision to give a special shout out to their Australian fans. Despite ... [more]
14/05/2013 - 19/05/2013
Word was always going to get out about Mixed Business. It's almost a Melbourne sport to brag about 'the great cafe that ... [more]
Sometimes walking into a cheap Asian restaurant feels like an anthropological excursion into the lives of university stu... [more]
So you've had your first surf lesson and you are keen to go out on your own. The problem is that you don't know wh... [more]
Choosing a brunch spot on Sunday can be a serious task. Saturday night's antics have finished, and Sunday brunch gives y... [more]
As autumn rolls in with a flourish of leaves, Melburnians brace themselves for the upcoming shift in weather. Icey poles... [more]
Compared to the authentic looking Vietnamese restaurants surrounding it on Victoria Street, I Love Pho's name looks ... [more]
For many of us, thinking about Saturday mornings is like entertaining the existence of talking cats; we know that th... [more]
Gay parties are the younger, hipster sibling of the Melbourne bar scene. A collision between hipster cool and thumping ... [more]
Normally when you think of office talk in a corporate building, you think of hushed gossip about how so and so totally d... [more]
In Kung Fu Movies, the grand masters avoid their enemies by quickly blending into the background; maybe the Rose Garden ... [more]
Forget any cheesy notion of being saved from evil doers by a caped crusader, Batman Park has more in common with a trad... [more]
Native parks are great for finding tranquil secluded spots away from the world. There are few things more scenic a... [more]
I have no fonder childhood memories than my family's Yum-Cha's. My family clued on pretty early that Yum-Cha's were ... [more]
Thalia Thai Spearheading the list of 'Great Thai Restaurants in the North' is Thalia Thai. Standing at the head of Br... [more]
Pho is one of the many culinary gems that migrants have given to Melbourne eaters. Traditionally a peasant... [more]
As the gadgets of modern life become increasingly intrusive, parks continue to be a great way to 'switch off' from the w... [more]
The burger is one of those nostalgic, lazy meals that people remember fondly. There is something awesome about grabbing ... [more]
Lakshmi is nestled on the corner of leafy Rathdowne Street and Curtain Street. Named after the Indian goddess of... [more]
When I think of dumplings I think of three words: fast, cheap and convenient. Taste, unfortunately, comes a lonely fourt... [more]
North East China Family Restaurant Located on Elizabeth St and Flinders Lane, North East Family House has a quiet, ... [more]
With it's spray-painted walls, you'd think Jackson Dodds would be hidden down a street in Brunswick or Fitzroy, ye... [more]
In the bitchy, gay world of Melbourne no one wants to turn up to an empty gay bar. It's about as close to an exi... [more]