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Spoiled for choice at Anouk

Posted by on Jul 5, 2016 in Bars, Cafes, Restaurants

Situated in the heart of Paddington, Anouk has been a mainstay amongst the popular cafes since 2007. Their flair for interesting cuisine full of international flavours is something that keeps diners returning and hungry for more. Surprisingly, I tried Anouk out for the first time ever a few days ago and was equal parts impressed …

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London Fields – A stylish gastropub…

Posted by on May 8, 2016 in Restaurants

I visited London Fields with high hopes and expectations. I hadn’t heard much about the venue except that it was developed by an ex-chef from Public, one of my favourite Brisbane restaurants. If it was anything like Public London Fields would be bursting with ingenuity, creativity, and style; every dish a beautiful new experience. The …

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Crab cheese chilli poppers, pork belly croutons and buffalo wings. Oh my! Crab cheese chilli poppers, pork belly croutons and buffalo wings. Oh my!

St James Crabhouse and Kitchen

Posted by on Apr 27, 2016 in Bars, Restaurants

If there is one thing Brisbane doesn’t need right now, it’s more shitty American themed venues. St James Crabhouse and Kitchen is NOT one of these places. St James is one of the freshest new seafood restaurants to hit Brisbane bringing with it a whole lot of North American charm, bibs and awesome food. You …

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The bunny chow burger instantly dominates a table filled with delicious food. The bunny chow burger instantly dominates a table filled with delicious food.

The best dish at IndiMex right now is South African street food

Posted by on Apr 24, 2016 in Cafes, Restaurants

There are three Indian Mexican fusion restaurants near where I live. In fact, fusion places seem to be springing up faster than dedicated Indian or Mexican restaurants. It’s not the sort of thing likely to become a nationwide trend, but if it does, the credit belongs to IndiMex. The colourful, cartoonish eatery at Stones Corner has …

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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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