Author: Giulietta

Street food at its funkiest

Posted by on Apr 11, 2016 in Restaurants

It’s no surprise that the Hole in the Wall team are fans of Vietnamese food. It’s light, fresh and easy (just like a perfect date) and whether it’s done simply or extravagantly, it’s always great. Enter new kid on the block, Uncle Bia Hoi’s, my new favourite Vietnamese restaurant that you don’t have to drive …

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Mid-week Madness

Posted by on Feb 20, 2016 in Restaurants

I love going out for a mid-week meal. Breaking up work and home with a little bit of fun is good for the heart and soul. It is not, however, always healthy for the bank. I’ve found that the best way to convince my friends to join me for dinner during the week is with …

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Brezels. The pastry we never knew we kneaded.

Posted by on Jan 14, 2016 in Cafes

Is there anything better than the smell of freshly baked bread? Many would argue no, but I think I’ve found a new favourite smell. The smell of freshly baked Brezel from Brezel Co, the latest addition to James St’s foodie scene. What is a brezel, you say? Well, a brezel is not only my new favourite …

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My introduction to Korean cuisine

Posted by on Nov 16, 2015 in Restaurants

It can be difficult wading into a cuisine you haven’t tried before without any proper understanding. Not knowing what’s in the dishes, let alone how to pronounce them, can be a daunting prospect and can turn many diners away from trying something new. I am happily on call for many as the ‘Italian friend’ even …

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The top 5 reasons to visit Bakery Lane  

Posted by on Nov 1, 2015 in Bars, Restaurants

Tucked away behind Ann St is Bakery Lane, a veritable treasure trove of boutique stores and sweet food outlets. We decided to rise to the occasion and give you our favourite reasons to venture off the beaten track and get lost in Bakery Lane. It was the yeast we could do. Brownies. Need I say more? Probs …

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Day of the Lifeless at Sin Vida

Posted by on Oct 11, 2015 in Restaurants

Sin Vida is a new Mexican themed restaurant in the Valley’s M&A lane. Drawing inspiration from Dia de los Muertos (Day of the Dead), Sin Vida is steering away from the sombreros and moustaches in favour of a less stereotypically Mexican theme: mood lighting and a mysterious, darker environment. A gorgeous mural of Frieda Kahlo adorns …

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