Sugarhit: Bollywood

Sugarhit is a clever trio of monthly events dubbed as a “pop up festival with music and dessert” according to varying Asian inspired themes – Bangkok, Bollywood and K-Pop. These nights are put together by a trio of close businesses, Mork Chocolate, N2 Extreme Gelato and Lux Bite, working together to create something bigger than … More Sugarhit: Bollywood

Doughboys Donuts

Always a fan of the carb and of the donut, I trundled along to the semi-hidden leafy rooftop establishment which housed Doughboys (after hitting Queen Vic’s first of many monthly art markets, NEW CRAFT @ Queen Victoria Market). The set up was simple but effective, the display already setting my tastebuds in motion. We opted … More Doughboys Donuts

Basilico (for dessert)

After our Waya dinner, we drove a short distance to Basilico, as recommended by a fellow food blogging friend. We sat down to business, immediately ordering the two woodfired pizzette dolci (dessert pizzas!). The Belgian dark chocolate & strawberry pizza was rich and enjoyable, but in the end I feel Max Brenner’s dessert pizza base … More Basilico (for dessert)

The Waffle Club

I passed by this tuck-shop looking eaterie by chance when I was at the Queen Vic Market for the new monthly Sunday Craft Market. I of course, couldn’t go past a store dedicated to waffles, so we stopped in for a quick snack (or two!). The first dish I ordered was the Coconut Pandan Waffle … More The Waffle Club

Rue & Co.

The temporary urban space in the middle of Melbourne’s bustling CBD has been transformed into a relaxing, chill-out eatery lined with faux grass and fairy lights twisting around trees on a background of a massive multi-storey mural of artist Rone’s enigmatic muse, model Teresa Oman. The title of this  70 hour work is L’Inconnue De La … More Rue & Co.