Golden Gai, Windsor

Golden Gai, Windsor (Invited)

Golden Gai is a young and vibrant Japanese authentic restaurant / bar which is newly opened to add diversity along the busy and “go to” Chapel St, Windsor.
In Japan, Shinjuku Golden Gai is a small area of Kabukicho, Shinjuku, Tokyo, Japan which is famous for the unique architectural design and nightlife.
Here, they bring the look and feel also the vibe to mimic the original Shinjuku Golden Gai area.

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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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Bistro Morgan, Windsor (Invited)

The prodigy “Morgan Hipworth” started his passion to make doughnuts from his parent’s kitchen.
First he tried the pop-up store and successfully sold 10,000 doughnuts; Soon he opened his first store in 2016 when he was 16 years old.
He’s very hardworking teenagers and mature; While most of teenagers in his age spend their time having fun in the afternoon, Morgan looked after his doughnut business in the afternoon after finishing school and did all his homeworks.

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Lover, Windsor (Invited)

Lover Restaurant/Bar located in the busy street Chapel street, Windsor *few minutes walking distance from Windsor Station.
By end of 2017, Will and his brother James Newton transformed this place from previously bright and white Uncommon cafe to the dark and intimate dining venue.
The place is easily accessible by public transport or even by private vehicle, plenty of street car parks.

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