Barlog, Docklands (Invited)

Barlog is founded by the well established team behind Fledgling Espresso, Carlton North delivering the high quality coffee from Inglewood Coffee Roasters and offers an array food fresh healthy food selections.
Here at Barlog, not only offering a range of juices, milkshakes and smoothies, they also offer beer, wine and cocktails.
We’re glad to be invited by Barlog team to have brunch experience.

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Poolhouse Cafe

Poolhouse Coffee, Melb CBD (Invited)

Poolhouse Coffee is located just beside Melbourne City Baths, we supposed that’s where the name coming from. Tucked in the little alley in Franklin Street, this petite coffee shop sure captured our hearts with its minimalist and shop full of sunlight and greeneries here and there. You can opt to eat outdoor to if you need to enjoy more sun. Continue reading

Grand Lafayette, Prahran

Grand Lafayette offers range of very instagrammable brunch menu with Japanese fusion dishes from around the world and also all-you-can-eat for only $32.80.
Wow. I know. The shop is recently opened in Prahran area and quite hiding in the alley. It has this spacious warehouse feel with so colorful splashes in every corner and touch of greenery here and there which we love.
The venue will easily accommodate big groups.

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Park St Dining, Carlton North (Invited)

Park St Dining is located in the busy Nicholson Street, Carlton North where you can find other cafes/restaurants along this street.
This cafe situated slightly away from the hustle bustle main street, a perfect spot to have quiet time for breakfast/lunch.
We’re glad to be invited by Park St Dining to experience the cafe latest’s menu from newly appointed Head Chef Greg McFarland who has extensive experiences in well known cafe in Melbourne.

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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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