It was Mother’s Day and since mumsy and daddy bear hasn’t had french before, I decided to take them on a little culinary adventure. I made a booking for the fam bam and we took a trip to Fitzroy behind the great yellow door to get to Hell of the North.
Mr D had a lunch wedding and since I was his plus 1, I got to go too (woohoo!). After a day of eating and drinking in the city, we decided that we needed to refuel and dun dun dun….dumplings were on the agenda. The renown dumplings in Melbourne were at HuTong Dumpling Bar and so off we went inside to fulfill our dumplings desire.
After dinner, we decided to have dessert at Entrecote because, well, I ADORE FRENCH food! Since it was also in the Entertainment book, well, how can the stooges and I refuse a discounted french dessert! BAM! We walked from Burma Lane and right into Entrecote.
Since the stooges haven’t been together for a while, this means we gotta re-unite and we all decided to check out another cuisine we haven’t tried – burmese food at Burma Lane. I made a booking for 3 on a Friday night at 6:30PM and the two stooges got there first and bagged our table.
Chapel street, the street known for partying, shopping, no where to park and good food. So it’s no surprise when a new Asian Fusion eatery, Sister Of Society popped up on Chapel Street 6 weeks ago. When I stepped inside, I was greeted warmly by the staff and was shown to my table. While checking out the interior, you can not miss the GINORMOUS S.O.S neon signage – perfect spot for all them instagrammable photos yo!
Miss Train and I decided that we needed a sugar hit and was banking on Matcha Mylkbar but since it was super full (it was a one hour wait? OH EM GEE!!), we decided to walk around St Kilda and see where we could drop by. Eventually we got tired of walking and ended up at Veludo (it was also in the Entertainment Book, SCORE!). So we plopped out tooshies down and looked over the menu.
It was ANZAC day which meant the dawn service will get people out of their beds and stay for the ANZAC parade. While Miss Train and I couldn’t get our butts out early enough, we did make it in time for the parade and shuffled on over to the Meatball and Wine Bar for some brekkie. The Meatball and Wine bar is the hot spot for catching up with friends over wine or good hearty food. However, due to the ever growing of popularity of breakfast, they have recently opened their doors for breakfast on the weekdays. So this was where I spent my morning with Miss Train.
The baby triplets have been wanting to go on a date with Mr D and myself and finally we were all free for it (YAYERS!). The girlies of course adored Korean food and I wanted to check out Mahn Doo since we’ve always parked next to it and have never gone inside. So this time, we’re heading into Mahn Doo.
I crashed Miss Mousey’s date to watch Zootopia (OH EM GEE! It was AWESOME SAUCE!) and so before we watch, we must feast. Since we didn’t have enough time, we opted for something close to the cinemas, Grill’d.
After a long day of archery (yeah, trying something new at each outing), we were pooped and famished. Mr Skivvy and Miss Stalker booked a Spanish eatery close to home to satisfy our hunger – El Burro. It wasn’t busy when we entered but the staff were really friendly. We sat our tooshies down and looked through the menu. Since we couldn’t decide on what to get, Miss Stalker suggested the $45 menu and we all agreed!! Since we were at a Spanish place, we had to get a sangria and we all realised that none of us had ever gotten a white sangria so that’s what we got (ARGH!!). It was so fruity and so refreshing!