All posts tagged: Coffee

Mecca Coffee

Tucked away in one of Alexandria’s industrial pockets is Mecca’s coffee roastery and cafe, in an old warehouse with gorgeous high ceilings and loads of natural light. An outpost of their CBD and Ultimo digs, the Alexandria space operates as a café at the front, with […]

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Beautiful Bright

The next stop on our December Victorian adventure was Bright, a beautiful town (there’s even a sign telling you so) in the Ovens Valley in Victoria’s north-eastern alpine region. It’s quite the food and wine destination, with vineyards, hop fields, orchards, and nut farms dotted throughout the […]

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Yellow Fever

I’ve been eagerly anticipating the opening of Yellow Fever ever since the signage first went up on Botany Road a couple of months ago – there was something about the typeface that convinced me that I was really going to get along with this place.

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24-hours in Hobart

The problem with 24-hours in Hobart is that it’s simply not enough time to eat all the things one wishes to. This was my second trip there in as many years (you can read about the first one here), and as such I got to tick […]

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Alexandria, Meet Gerard

The first thing I notice when I wander over the road from my house and into Meet Gerard, apart from the pleasingly minimalist decor, is the stack of well-loved cookbooks on the kitchen counter, namely Stephanie’ Alexander’s A Cook’s Companion and Yotam Ottolenghi’s Nopi. I’m in good hands.

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Five things for April

Go-To Facial Swipeys | These are great if, like me, you’re not heavily in to rubbing harsh and gritty cream exfoliants into your face – just swipe a lactic acid and AHA-soaked cotton pad over your face for fabulously smooth and bright skin.

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A Food-Enthusiast’s Guide To Hobart

For breakfast | The vibe at Sunday’s Farm Gate Market is “get to know your grower”, and as well as an abundance of locals produce on offer direct from the Tasmanian farmers that grow it, there are loads of fresh meals and snacks like sushi, […]

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A Few Days In Venice 

Arriving in Venice was something of a shock to the system after the relaxed vibe and relative lack of crowds in Milan, but after finding our bearings in our tiny hotel about half way between the Grand Canal and St Mark’s Square, it became clear […]

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