Ton & Co, Windsor (Invited)

Ton n Co nestles 5 minutes from Prahran Station. We was so excited to try their Tonkatsu which is their speciality.

A special mention to their Ox Tongue Skewers – 18 hours slow cook – truly melts in your mouth seasoned really well with Togarashi (7 Japanese spices), Tare sauce and sesame oil. Oh did I mentioned the glaze on the outside. Truly star of the night. Chicken Thigh skewers also seasoned similarly but with Sanchi pepper. So moist on the inside, tender and juicy. Truly enjoyable and definitely not to be missed.

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Mr Crackles, Melb CBD

Mr Crackles is a one stop pork cravings solutions for all pork lovers from WHOLE SHEET of crispy crackling by itself,
pork combo with Vietnamese salad rolls or even combined with chips. But they are much focused with their sandwiches.
The place is easy to find, just right in front of the tram stop between Russel and Bourke St.
They provide indoor seating but mostly people do takeaways.

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Desserts by Night, Springvale

A hidden gem in Springvale Road and not too far from the station and you guessed it,
Desserts by Night opens till quite late. They served various eye pleasing Instaworthy desserts and tastes great too.
Spacious food and plenty of tables designed for customers to hangout and perfect spot for us for catching up with friends till late.
Oh and they also have Taro Latte ($ 3.40) – plus point for me!

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Drumplings, Melb CBD

A sunny and rather cold weather today in Melbourne. We opted for an open area dining to just enjoy the weather and we came across Drumplings which is located just in the center of the CBD. Not far from the 86 and 96 tram stop, this place is pretty hard to missed with its big pink dumpling sign.

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Sir Charles, Fitzroy (Invited)

Do you know that the name of Sir Charles named after Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy?
Who’s that guy? He was the a British military officer, politician and member of the aristocracy,
who held governorships in several British colonies during the 19th century [skip] [skip] [skip] Australia …
Back to the original story of our food journey cause it’s not a history lesson 🙂
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