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Stokehouse Brisbane

Posted on Dec 9, 2014 in Foodie Reviews

Stokehouse Brisbane

Stokehouse ’s stylish, yet casual approach, offered a relaxed ambience that was nothing short of impressive.

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K&K Austrian Cafe & Coffee House – An Oktoberfest Brisbane tradition

Posted on Aug 23, 2014 in Foodie Reviews

K&K Austrian Cafe & Coffee House – An Oktoberfest Brisbane tradition

Tucked away in leafy, suburban Sinnamon Park, K&K Austrian Cafe & Coffee House serve an impressive range of continental breads, pastries, strudels, pies and cakes. On this occasion I sampled meals form their a-la-carte menu, exclusively created for this years Oktoberfest Brisbane.

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Vintaged Bar and Grill – Hilton Hotel

Posted on Aug 13, 2014 in Foodie Reviews

Vintaged Bar and Grill – Hilton Hotel

Dining inside the Hilton Hotel wouldn’t typically come to mind, but after my recent Vintaged Bar and Grill experience it does now. Awarded the prestigious Chef’s Hat at the 2014/2015 brisbanetimes.com.au Queensland Good Food Guide (GFG) Awards for the third time running, Vintaged Bar and Grill’s Executive Chef Jeremy Clark and Sous Chef Dario Fiorino are without doubt dedicated to food excellence. Promising fresh local produce, Vintaged Bar and Grill meats are key features on the menu and it doesn’t stop there.  An impressive cabinet stocks their dry aged meat and an illuminated,...

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Brisbane Arcade High Tea by Candlelight

Posted on Aug 4, 2014 in Foodie Buzz, Foodie Reviews

Brisbane Arcade High Tea by Candlelight

Illuminated beautifully by candlelight, the olde world charm of the historic Brisbane Arcade transformed into a whimsical backdrop for our intimate high tea

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Sono Portside

Posted on Jun 26, 2014 in Foodie Reviews

Sono Portside

Dedicated to Japanese tradition, Sono Portside is an indisputable favourite when it comes to dining out in Brisbane.

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The Trip to Italy

Posted on Jun 17, 2014 in Foodie Reviews

The Trip to Italy

Meandering through the scenic cobblestone roads and Cliffside pathways of Tuscany, Rome, Amalfi and Capri, The Trip to Italy is one of those films where you share for a moment in someone else’s life. There are no intense Hollywood climaxes; instead, this film is about a clever script. It’s about great food, travel, family and friends…. It's about enjoying life.

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