Let’s be frank, coffee is a social currency, and café-lovers can now enjoy the benefits of a quick and easy barista-made coffee experience without compromising on taste, thanks to the introduction of a hot new product. Fusing form with function, the frank green SmartCup™ takes ‘reusable’ to a whole new level with innovative payment technology.
Gastrology bloggers dined courtesy of Kumo Izakaya.
Standing proudly at the corner of Lygon and O'Connor Streets in Brunswick East, Kumo Izakaya and Sake Bar is a Japanese oasis which embraces the social izakaya-style side of Japanese eating and drinking. Offering a laid back environment for catching up with friends and family, Kumo Izakaya focuses on quality food designed to share all of which is served in stylish, modern Japanese surroundings.
As Melbourne turns golden and the leaves begin to fall, the Royal Saxon in Melbourne’s inner east is serving up a whole new array of deliciously rustic dishes that fuse simple classic flavours with an elegant modern twist.
Rendang is a spicy meat dish. Unlike many Malaysian dishes that involve a rempah (spice paste), this one is not caramelised but is used as a marinade and then simmered until the meat is tender and gravy reduced.
Receive 10% off your first tour! Just quote BLOG2015 when booking! Gastrology bloggers went on the Bittersweet Chocolate Delights tour courtesy of Chocoholic Tours.
Chocoholic Tours and its team of Chocolate Experts have been exploring the laneways and arcades of the Melbourne CBD for the past 20 years, discovering the best places to indulge that chocolate craving in the city’s many laneways and boutique arcades.