#Hole in the Wall

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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I ate everything in America and ‘avo LOT more appreciation for basic, Aussie breakfast foods.

Posted by on Mar 13, 2016 in Bars, Cafes, Opinion, Restaurants

We all know there are just too many goddamn places to choose from when it comes to pinpointing a great brekky in Brisbane. With so many joints posting all these amazing photos of maple-bacon waffles on Instagram, where do you even start? Too many maple-bacon waffle options (is that even a thing?), so little time/cash, …

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picture sourced from: http://jazzsoandso.com/2013/12/08/cats-and-queers-cats-and-queers-cats-and-queer-culture/ picture sourced from: http://jazzsoandso.com/2013/12/08/cats-and-queers-cats-and-queers-cats-and-queer-culture/

We went to the Cat Cuddle Cafe. It was pawsome.

Posted by on Jan 20, 2016 in Activities, Cafes

I’m a crazy cat lady, and i’m more than ok with it. Unfortunately for me, my beloved kitties live with my mum all the way in Toowoomba. So to fill the cat shaped hole in my heart, I headed down to the Cat Cuddle Cafe in Ashgrove – which, I found out, is a 20 …

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