Mr food hunter was craving for good seafood on his birthday and a quick check on Urbanspoon saw Marine World on the no. 2 spot. Reviews from others were excellent and we decided to make a day going about the East side of Brisbane.
After a show at the Balmoral cineplex, we headed to Willes for a simple lunch. It was hectic busy, the queue was snaking long, staff were frantically trying to tie in the orders and even a nicely dressed lady boss (we presume?) came out to help clear tables.
A revisit to Comfort at my Table and Miss Food Hunter never fails to order a pot of their Soy Chai Tea. Its a must for Chai tea lovers and best shared between 2. This time around i had the pleasure of sharing the pot with my Mum who has now found a new love for spiced tea.
Last Saturday, we booked into Songbirds for lunch and what a pleasant afternoon we all had. We enjoyed a slow lunch amongst luscious greenery and tuned into the sounds of nature in tranquil surroundings.
Amabuki Daiginjo- Probably the easiest Sake to drink for Miss FH
Miss food hunter together with her parents were looking for traditional japanese fare but unforuntately, Ajimi was closed on a wednesday night and Miss food hunter thought to detour to the closest @ Eagle street. Though Sake offers more contemporary Jap, we were all really glad we tried!
Sourced Grocer is the perfect place to be when one's looking to stock up on some gourmet deli treats and to enjoy a simple quality breakfast with a good cuppa within a seconds reach. As the cafe only has one communal table and a few window seatings, it is not recommended for large groups. Weekends can get really busy and probably best to just takeaway!
Yum Yum Yum is all i'd wish to say for starters on this post on Sprout Cafe! Family came down to Brissy for a week long holiday and so the food hunters were treated to a series of 'good eating' in the past week. Sprout Cafe has lovely soft wooden furnishings, dim lighting and the layout so simplistic that the whole dining experience felt casual and somewhat communal.