A Shoukingly Good Breakfast

Brisbane foodies have been losing their mind over Paddington’s Shouk Cafe’ recently, so of course when I finally got a day off I headed straight over to check it out! Going in with such high expectations is always a risky move, but when those expectations get met, it’s a really good time.

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Brisbane’s Worst Vegetarian Restaurant

While I like to think I am fairly open-minded, being vegetarian is something that is definitely not for me; mostly because there are few foods I enjoy more then a big, juicy steak. Considering there are few things more Australian then steak, the family and I heading out on Australia Day to a place I imagine vegos call “hell”.

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The Red-Hot Ginger Pig of Byron

The two greatest things, in my opinion, about living in Australia are beach trips and great food, and if I can have a day that combines those two things, well, that is just the best time ever.

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It’s Always Summer in Kangaroo Point

Opening in May of 2014, Summer House in Kangaroo Point is the love child venue of three kiwi lads, and despite my love of paying out our cousins from across the way, these gentlemen in particular cannot be praised highly enough for this venue.

 

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Venice’s best kept secret

Venice, the iconic and beautiful city, with its winding narrow streets, iconic canals, and endless bridges and courtyards is another world altogether within Italy; the inherent romance of this city makes it easy to fall in love with.

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Ambling around Brisbane

Nestled on the corner of Kelsey and Martha streets in the Martha St. precinct of East Brisbane, Amble and Adore is the newest addition to this cluster of cafe’s. Previously Birdee and Mia’s, Amble and Adore replaced the much loved cafe’ after the owners sold to follow their hearts and travel abroad.

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