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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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Eating a Chee-ze burger won't get you any interviews on the Today show, but it will be very satisfying. Eating a Chee-ze burger won't get you any interviews on the Today show, but it will be very satisfying.

Ze Pickle is more than a crazy doughnut burger factory

Posted by on Feb 16, 2016 in Bars, Cafes, Takeaway

One of the latest escalations in Brisbane’s never ending burger free-for-all came about a month before Christmas. This was when Gold Coast favourite Ze Pickle opened in Fortitude Valley. Ze Pickle is known for offering hilariously over the top meals, several of which aren’t so much burgers as childlike combinations of indulgent foods with a …

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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. https://www.instagram.com/p/-2fM0XiNfH/?tagged=brezelco What is a brezel, you say? Well, a brezel is not only my new favourite …

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Kin plus Co teneriffe Kit + Co does a good mushroom bagel.

5 Food Trends we’d love to see in 2016 (and 3 we’ll probably get instead!)

Posted by on Jan 3, 2016 in Bars, Cafes, Opinion, Restaurants

There were plenty of food trends in 2015. Burgers kicked off the year with places like Chur, Bens Burgers, and Miss Kay’s receiving a huge amount of attention. Then there was donuts. And salted caramel. And cocowhip. And Acai bowls. It was a good year for craft beer too with new watering holes opening on …

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Brisbane’s best Greek

Posted by on Dec 2, 2015 in Cafes, Restaurants, Takeaway

As Brisbane sinks deeper into its sweet, sticky summer, the afternoons become longer and lazier. It is the time of year that the holiday gatherings surge and you can often be found lying under a fan naked, wishing you were tanning on a greek island. So what better time than now to get amongst Brisbane’s …

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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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