Sunday Roast at OSLO Hackney

God, I missed Britain. Sure, the perpetual clouds, greyness and drizzle will end up annoying me by the time Spring comes, but getting a Sunday roast at a pub in Australia just felt kinda wrong. All I wanted was smoothie bowls and poké. So what better way to embrace London’s perennial state of Autumn than … More Sunday Roast at OSLO Hackney

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Falling for the Courtesan in Brixton

Everyone who has met me at least once knows I’m a woman of many obsessions, often food or entertainment-related. Chances are you’ve probably heard me babble on about steamed buns, finding pieces of my homeland of Sardinia abroad, burlesque and David Lynch’s quirky, mind-boggling and symbolic TV show Twin Peaks. So imagine my face when I … More Falling for the Courtesan in Brixton

Back to London: first impressions

Want a life update you didn’t ask for? There you are. So I now I’m 100% back to London, having come initially for three days in August to look for flats. It’s my first time in The Big Smoke since over a year. And, having started as a London blogger, I’ve got an opinion about … More Back to London: first impressions

Melbourne CBD

Disclaimer: you might notice that the best restaurants listed here tend to be Asian fusion – that’s because that’s Melbourne at its best, experimenting with all the different flows of immigration and turning people’s histories into creative approaches to food. Here are my fav CBD spots. EAT Gingerboy  Asian fusion fun type bar near Chinatown … More Melbourne CBD

Three London openings I am gutted to miss

I thought that moving out of London would have cured my Fear of Missing Out (FOMO) once and for all. Turns out I was wrong: despite having embraced the more laid-back, beach-side Sydney lifestyle, my FOMO is still very much alive and kicking thanks to press releases, Facebook, Instagram and the simple fact that I’m … More Three London openings I am gutted to miss

Two Good: Aussie Lunches Helping Domestic Violence Victims

Like I told the gals at Sporteluxe, this year I spent my Valentine’s Day between my office in Newtown and Sydney Pole. I did however ‘celebrate’ with a special lunch, delivered by the amazing company that is Two Good. Two Good is one step above the traditional Aussie charity barbecues. Its story start as early … More Two Good: Aussie Lunches Helping Domestic Violence Victims

Coco Bliss Coogee

The scenario “So where do you live?” “Who me? Oh, just at Coco Bliss Coogee,” is more accurate than you would think. Since the Queensland-born raw food and smoothie bowl start-up turned franchise Coco Bliss Collective opened up a branch on Coogee Bay Road, I have been spending my mornings trying every single bowl on … More Coco Bliss Coogee

Yum Cha Central, Hong Kong’s most Instagrammable Dining Spot

You can’t always use Instagram to pick your food. You would either OD on sugar from the doughnuts, milkshakes and cakes and all the foodporn around, or miss out on all the greasy spoons and local favourites off the Insta map. That said, I love a picture-friendly lunch – especially if it includes steamed buns, … More Yum Cha Central, Hong Kong’s most Instagrammable Dining Spot

Singapore Brunch at Nosh

A colonial house hidden among the green fields and uphill streets of Rochester Park, Nosh is your ultimate cute brunch destination in Singapore. Eating at Nosh is an outstanding experience whether you’re hanging out on its terrace or inside its designer surroundings. Nosh serves up Western brunch classics with a Singapore twist at an affordable … More Singapore Brunch at Nosh