Tag Archives: Brunswick East

Don’t ruminate! Book at Rumi!

It’s been awhile since I’ve dined at Rumi. And it’s not because I don’t like their food. I think it’s a great restaurant, good food with reasonable pricing. And not to mention it’s right around the corner from my place. … Continue reading

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Bramble & Vine, Carlton North

It is a quieter part of town certainly, that which is the North-eastern corner of Carlton and away from the bustle of Lygon St. Some would say one for the locals, for in that immediate precinct, there is arguably none … Continue reading

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Pope Joan – hail the Pagan goat sausage thingy

11.30am on a Saturday can be a rather confusing time on the weekend for me. I have to struggle with several options, all associated with food one way or another. Often, it comes down to the choice that requires the … Continue reading

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Pope Joan – my peaceful sanctum after a long night

Fun night. Long night. Drinking night. Early Saturday morning. Sunshine. Recovery plan? Crawling to Pope Joan’s for the cure. Pope Joan is located on Nicholson St, away from anything else. Rather isolated would be an apt description. I remember hearing … Continue reading

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L’atelier by Monsieur Truffe – not only chocolate indulgance

I have been buying chocolate bars from Monsieur Truffe since his days at the Phraran market and his wares have always been solid delights. Initially, the decision to open a breakfast kitchen seemed like a distraction from what he was … Continue reading

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