Toscanis, Garden City

I don’t  know many people on the Southside (of Brisbane) who haven’t eaten at Toscanis at least once… Recently (I dont know how recently), Toscanis has had a reno.. and it is looking lovely, I am so glad they upgraded their shitty plastic tables for nicer ones and improved the outside and inside dining area,…

Hillbilly Espresso Bar, Mount Tamborine

Yesterday was my besties birthday.. We decided to celebrate with a mini road trip to Mt Tamborine to do some fossicking for thunder eggs, check out some local produce, find some homemade fudge and do some rainforest walks. After a brisk walk to Curtis Falls, we were famished. Lucy had a hankering for bacon and…

Dudley Street Espresso, Annerley

Ever since I started blogging, I knew that one day I was going to review my favourite coffee shop. Dudley Street Espresso was my haven. When Ditty, Bart and I lived around the corner from DSE we would venture up get a coffee and, what we call ‘heroin’ sandwich. I was devastated when we moved…

The Bramble Patch – Glen Alpin, QLD

Off the beaten track, and in the hills of Stanthorpe, lies The Bramble Patch. As you drive down the long dirt driveway you are surrounded by various patches of berries – of which none were really in season (by the looks of it). Inside the refurbished and renovated farm shed is their cafe. Featuring all…

eatdrinkblog – part 3.. sunday – Bourke Street Bakery, Surry Hills

After consultation with the only Sydney-based food blogger I know, Laura suggested a whole heap of places that are ‘must see foodie spots’. High at the top of her list, was Bourke Street Bakery. Started in 2004 by two amid chef/bakers, Bourke Street Bakery has now become an icon for pastries, breads and ‘honest food’…