Tuesday, May 31, 2011
The quest to sample some of Brisbanes' greatest steak houses continues with a trip to the Morrison Hotel. The Morrison Hotel is quite easy to spot driving along the motorway heading in to the city although it can be a little tricky working out how to enter as you do need to use a bus lane. The interior is fairly modern with seating indoors and out. We were greeted at the door by a friendly waitress who provided us with our menus and a kids menu for my little nephew.
After lunch at Sparrow & Finch and gelati at Gelatissimo we headed to the Frisky Goat for 2 warm cuppas before catching the Italian waiters' race. Frisky Goat really is a small coffee shop tucked at a corner of a office building (urban development & infrastructure) but the way the shop has been done up was unique; it was somewhat rustic & fun at the sametime! There are a few indoor high tables and stools and outdoor seatings.
Monday, May 30, 2011
Yay! WE have finally made it down to Sparrow & Finch! Miss food hunter has noted quite a number of commendable cafes sprouting in and around the brisbane city area but they seem so far reaching as neither of us work in the city nor do these cafes operate over the weekend. Last friday, we had some business with the city council and we were excited to go downtown!
Saturday, May 28, 2011
Wednesday, May 25, 2011
Miss food hunter spotted The Olive on Urbanspoon sometime over the period of the Brisbane flood recovery and has been really keen on visiting since Middle Eastern cuisine is one of her favourites. Finally, the day arrived when we stepped foot onto their newly refurbished restaurant. Miss food hunter has been patiently waiting for their doors to reopen....
Sunday, May 15, 2011
Spotted Evo on beanhunter.com sometime ago and since we were around the vicinity we thought we'd pop by after breakfast. Evo is a smallish cafe focusing primarily on coffee and light offerings such as banana bread types and sandwiches on their menu (none when we visited on a sunday though).
Tuesday, May 10, 2011
On our last visit to Ned's at Yeronga we reminded ourselves we'd have to return to Yeronga bakery one day as there were massive queues and we had to uncover what all the Hooha may be about...Here is the post (late but) as promised.
Sunday, May 8, 2011
After a movie at the southbank cineplex, we headed for the annual Buddha's Festival. We strolled around the Suncorp auditorium where the main events are held and thought to ourselves that the turnout this year looked rather sad as compared to previous years. As we walked towards the performance arts theatre where the food tents were anchored, then we realised where the real crowd was all this while ;p
Friday, May 6, 2011
There are always so many choices when it comes to vietnamese food in Darra and Inala that sometimes a little place in an inconspicous location becomes forgotten. Thanh Quyen is one of those places. Mr food hunter has been to this place before when he was just a child but it was only when some friends mentioned this place as one of their favourites that the memories came back. So for a bit of nostalgia and on our friends recommendation, we went for a little stroll down memory lane.....
Tuesday, May 3, 2011
After lunch at The Smoke, we proceeded onto Re Del Gelato for it is just a minutes drive away for more sweet cravings. We personally do not think Re Del Gelato has the Best of best intense-flavoured or textured gelati in town but at least there is good variety to tempt anyone's tastebuds! Oh and its reasonably priced too!