Japanese Archive

LuMi Dining – Pyrmont

Hi Lovelies! One more day and the weekend will be upon us again. It’s my birthday tomorrow, so I will be out celebrating with plenty of cake included I’m sure. Today I am super excited to share some photos from LuMi dining, which is serving up some beautiful food in its equally beautiful location of […]

Cho Cho San – Pott’s Point

Cho Cho San. It just rolls off the tongue. Eloquent! I feel that the name describes the restaurant, well before you even step inside. From the moment I read about Cho Cho San, I knew that I had to visit. Not only did the food look lip-smackingly pleasing….but I am a real sucker for Asian fusion, with […]

Ippudo – Westfield Sydney CBD

There are some things that go hand-in-hand with a cold winter’s day. Woollen beanies and socks, scarves, movies, a roaring fireplace, a cup of tea, warm hot chocolates and coffee (or any hot beverage in fact) and indulgent food. I’m thinking warm crusty bread, slow cooked roasts, flavoursome and hearty stews, puddings with butterscotch sauce and […]

Mr. Miyagi – Windsor | Melbourne

Our first night in Melbourne was spent celebrating Alessia’s birthday at Mr. Miyagi, a recently opened Japanese eatery and bar on Chapel St, Windsor end. Alessia came across it on a Melbourne photographers Facebook page and we thought it would be good to check out something new and exciting and see what the hype was […]

Paper Planes – Bondi Beach

Good Afternoon! Lovely to say that I’m here blogging on a Monday and not at work, thank you labour day long weekend. This post is from last Saturday night when my two partners in crime and I headed to dinner at Paper Planes, Bondi Beach. We discovered this place a month or so ago when […]

San Francisco – Food & Travel Diary

Welcome to my first blog post from the United States of America. With only two destinations (SF & NY) left to blog, I’m actually going to miss writing these posts as they are my only connection to our amazing four month trip and to my love of travel. I guess I’ll have to start planning […]

Gonpachi – Shibuya, Tokyo

On my recent trip in Tokyo, a friend of mine was told that she must visit one of the Gonpachi restaurants. Rumour has it that the restaurant was inspiration for a scene from Quentin Tarantino’s film Kill Bill. So after getting our nails done in Shibuya (I got Hello Kitty put on my nails) we found Gonpachi […]

Wagaya – Haymarket

After a movie in the city last night, I took my friend Isi to check out Wagaya and get a light dinner, due to a pretty extensive menu, and the both of us wanting to try everything, our light meal turned into something more heavy. The interior is pretty funky; we were seated at the […]


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