L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon Saint-Germain

Greetings from Europe! To begin the international food adventures, let’s celebrate with 2 Michelin Star restaurant (chain), L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon Saint-Germain. We tidied ourselves up from “student-traveller-trying-to-fit-two-seasons-and-clinical-placement-into-a-20kg-bag” attire and I put on my one formal dress to be worn to all Michelin Star restaurants. Going full keen-bean and getting there 15min early, the doors … More L’Atelier de Joel Robuchon Saint-Germain

Chef Lagenda

After asking my Singaporean friends for their recommendation in regards to a good place to eat Singaporean cuisine, Chef Lagenda popped up. Of course Melbourne has no claim to ever be close to the beauty of hawker-style food (and the price is about four times more expensive), but Chef Lagenda will do as we all … More Chef Lagenda

Merchants Guild

When I drove past Merchants Guild randomly I got so excited there was a potentially great brunch place on that side of town, which I could call on when needed. I waited in line whilst the café buzzed with customers eating their delicious food and wished they would all hurry up so I could similarly … More Merchants Guild

Crazy Wings

As you walk down Russell Street in Melbourne city and approach this native Chinese store, you can smell the distinct burn of chilli that you will forever associate with that time you couldn’t stop crying from the pain of Crazy Wings, despite drinking a half litre carton of milk. This review isn’t about that time, … More Crazy Wings

Tan Lac Vien

Going against my rule, we paid $29 for this Scoopon deal for two at Tan Lac Vien but I was pleasantly surprised. The restaurant was largely empty though it was dinner on a Wednesday night, but we didn’t let that deter us. There were a fair few different dishes we could choose on the menu, … More Tan Lac Vien