http://www.deadmanespresso.com.au/ Given that this place is just around the corner, it’s a wonder I’m not here more often:
Taste of Melbourne is on right now (http://www.tasteofmelbourne.com.au) and it’s both delicious and gorgeous. The Royal Exhibition Building looks fantastic (food presented in plastic plates, not so much).
Creativity level right now is akin to one of these empty milk crates.
The Mess Hall, on Burke Street.
You know a place has reputation when people are queueing for upwards of 20 mins at 11am on a damp and cold Sunday. The place had food blogger overload, everyone seemed to be whipping out cameras – from iPhones to … Continue reading
The height of fine dining in Melbourne (I bet that pun has been overused since Vue de monde moved to level 55 of the Rialto). Photos can’t do this experience justice, but so I’ve got something to post about, here’s … Continue reading
Because this one hides down a South Melbourne laneway, I’ve walked past many times without calling in. That’s going to change. And then there’s the macarons…
The festival this is part of http://www.fringefoodfestival.com.au/ The fungi suppliers http://madametruffles.com.au/ The buzz http://www.tomatom.com/ The chef http://estellebar-kitchen.com/ The wine http://crittendenwines.com.au/ The location http://stali.com.au/ The photos (click them through to flickr for more info and larger sizes): Scott Pickett prepared: Soft … Continue reading
The walk home happened to coincide with the gas brigades, so I snapped a shot of some spectators:
The best camera is the one you have with you (to steal a phrase used by Chase Jarvis). And, thanks to the size and weight of the Fuji X100, I had it with me walking home from dinner tonight.
Walking around Melbourne, still trying to make photos. At least the X100 doesn’t weigh me down as much. X100? Oh, this thing:
When the day has clouds rolling across like this: there’s really only one place to go for lunch: Cumulus Inc and it was all yum: