NV Drinks has recently become a partner with Nene Chicken Australia to deliver international flavours of its unique blend of slo-drip coffees. Beginning their slow-dripped in Melbourne, NV Drinks have spread and share their amazing flavours over to Perth and (soon to drip) Brisbane. While some might think that coffee and fried chicken made an odd pair, TwoPaperPen thinks that they taste surprisingly amazing together. After all, we did try and tasted these amazing pairing of goodness.
Monday, 29 August 2016
Thursday, 25 August 2016
Recently opened in front of Weslayan church, Dear Abbey quickly charmed its way to Melbourne brunch scene with their courtyard styled cafe. There are a few seats to choose; from their glass box seatings located in front, corridor seating for more privacy, and even their spacious outdoor seatings to soak up the warm sun. TwoPaperPen quickly fell in love with their interiors and their amazing selections of breakfast and lunch options. We had a chance to try their lunch menus; Japanese Seared Yellow Fin Tuna & Angel Hair Pasta.
|Japanese Seared Yellow Fin Tuna|
Saturday, 20 August 2016
From the signature portafilter door handles, to the sleek wooden and hexagon marble decors, White MOJO successfully stood out to become the destination for beautiful brunch and excellent coffee. The indoor seating are spacious and full of natural lighting for that sophisticated Instagram shots. It was not a surprise that they draw a huge crowd even on a Monday.
|Exquisite brunch spread|
Thursday, 18 August 2016
Located in Moonee Ponds, Philhellene Provincial Greek Cuisine is an inviting and cozy restaurant that attracts many diners in for their home style Greek dishes. Like in many cultures, eating home-cooked meals are comforting and strengthen the bond of family. and that was what TwoPaperPen experienced while dining in Philhellene. It was the closest to eating at a traditional Greek home as told by John, the owner.
|Greek culinary in Melbourne|
Friday, 12 August 2016
Friday, 5 August 2016
Located in Fitzroy, Saba's Ethiopian Restaurant made its name by humbly serving only traditional Ethiopian dishes. It was the first time TwoPaperPen tasted traditional Ethiopian food and we gladly opened our taste palette to a new cuisine. The dining area is decorated with woven basket and painted lanterns to set a traditional vibe. As we entered the restaurant and set to dine, we had a little introduction to Ethiopian cuisine. We had their Vegetarian Combination and Dorho Sebhi.
|Decorative Woven Basket|
Monday, 1 August 2016
This week, TwoPaperPen headed down to Bruce Lee Sushi & Roll to taste different sushi fusion with interesting combinations of ingredients and flavours. Trust us, the sushi here are as interesting as their name. The best thing is that they offer an extensive range of sushi rolls that are made fresh right after you order it. We ordered some of their bests; Kiwi Legend, Boston Roll and Crazy Chicken B.
|Boston Roll, Crazy Chicken B & Kiwi Legend|