After a speedy renovation and rebranding, Aunty Franklee (previously known as Sugar Bun) returned with a brand new look. We'll just be honest here, we've been visiting Sugar Bun ever since it first opened and quite practically it's our go-to place for Bak Kut Teh craving. Their secret to their popularity is in their broth consistency. Made fresh daily with nothing but fresh ingredients, Aunty Franklee believes in eating well with the comfort of home-cooked meal that have been a family recipe for a long time.
Tuesday, 15 November 2016
Wednesday, 9 November 2016
Naughty Nuri's in Melbourne? Now that is a superb news especially when the random craving for Indonesian Food can be overwhelming. Recently opened for business, it is no surprise that many locals and Indonesian (especially students) came in for a taste. Located conveniently at Melbourne Central Mall, Melbournians don't have to fly all the way to Bali to taste their Signature BBQ pork ribs or experience the Naughty Nuri’s fun atmosphere. Apart form their Signature BBQ Ribs, we also tried their famous Ikan Bakar Jimbaran (Jimbaran grilled fish), Bebek Betutu Gilimanuk (duck), Indonesian Mie Goreng, 3 of their Naughty Tapas and of course 2 of the Naughty Desserts.
|Melbourne, let's get Naughty!|
Wednesday, 2 November 2016
By now, brunch lovers and fellow foodies should be familiar with White Mojo. With so many cafes in Melbourne, White Mojo easily took a spot in one of the best cafe in the CBD. Previously, popularised but their glass cover and smoke presentation, we came backto indulge in their latest creation. Braise yourself for some Instaworthy brunch pictures down below. Some of the recommended option will be the ‘Smoke’ Salmon, Matcha Orange Pancake and S’more Waffle! To top it off we also tried their latest drink craze, the Black Latte.
|But first, Mojo!|