Melbourne, said to be famous for it's food, be it coffee, cafe, restaurant. So I shall start on some of the eating places I've been, on Little P's treat.
143 Bourke Street Melbourne VIC 3000
03 9078 9909
I am quite keen on finding some good Japanese food. If Melbourne is famed for its food, it should have some good Japanese food. Sydney has had some cheap but good ones. Sad to say, I have yet found one in Melbourne.
Initially I wanted to try Izakaya Chuji but it was closed for the holidays season when we wanted to go. I found another izakaya to try out - Izakaya Hachibeh. To be fair, the food are pretty good, but somehow I prefer the ones in Sydney, thus far.
|Ume Chuhai - this somehow as very, very salty.|
|Buta Syoga Yaki|
|Spicy Nasu Soboro|
|Soft shell crab roll|
Shop 11, QV Square, QV Building, Melbourne VIC 3000
03 9654 2682
It's pretty good food but I can't tell if it's similar to the ones in Malaysia as I've never been to one in Malaysia. Though I would prefer the nasi lemak if it is spicier and without the curry chicken. I kind of feel the curry chicken is little off, Little P remarked that if it was rendang or some dry curry, it would probably more suited.
I'm not a food critic, far from one in fact. I have limited vocabulary to use to describe food but I prefer my pisang goreng (banana fritters) to be thinner so it is crispier. Like the ones sold by makciks on the road side :D Anyway, I like my desserts and it is not a bad one :D
|Nasi Lemak... can do with one now...|
|Semi slaughtered tau fu fah...|
|Overweight banana fritters|
Also, thanks to Little P that I don't have to buy my own birthday cake.
And thank you all for the lovely birthday presents...
Side note: Doumo for Gong Cha and Hobbit as well :)