A great brunch at Paper Avenue

It’s really great to see that the food scene in Joondalup is expanding. Last Saturday, I visited Paper Avenue for brunch and caught up with Elwyn’s sister, Charlene. Paper Avenue is a cafe located on a little street in the … Continue reading A great brunch at Paper Avenue

Le Monde and Kurtosh

To start off our last day in Sydney, we head down towards Surry Hills and had a little adventure around where we stayed for the past few days. After consulting Urbanspoon for some good cafes around Surry Hills, we decided to stop by at Le Monde for brunch. I had the Potato Rosti ($16) with smoked house bacon, spinach feta, poached egg, hollandaise sauce and pistachio. I enjoyed the potato rosti and thought that it was deliciously crispy on the outside and flavoursome. The pistachios gave a lovely crunch to the dish which complements well with the saltiness of the … Continue reading Le Monde and Kurtosh

Chez Dre

After our early morning adventure to Brighton Beach and an hour’s walk from Southern Cross Train Station, we arrived just at lunch time for our food adventure at Chez Dre. Tucked away in one of South Melbourne’s laneway is home to patisserie and cafe, Chez Dre, offering French-inspired sweets and savoury delights, pastries and a great selection of petits gateaux. I had the Eggs Royale ($18.50) which consists of smoked salmon, tobiko, yuzu-miso hollandaise and poached eggs on sourdough. The eggs were poached to perfection with orange liquid full of goodness oozing out from the eggs. Apart from the eggs, … Continue reading Chez Dre