Mr & Mrs Tequila were slowly becoming vegan and wanted to catch up over vegan food at V Series located in Kew. This is located right next to a car park so there were plenty of parking. We made a booking for 6:30PM but arrived super early and there wasn’t anyone there yet so we got in, sat down and started ordering.
The old work lunch group decided it was time to catch up and since we love trying out different cuisines, we landed on The Hof Downtown for some German food. It was super duper busy with so many people having after work drinkies so be ready for some noise. We made a booking but got there 10 minutes late due to traffic and when we got there and apologised, one of the staff turned to me and tapped his watch and asked if we knew what time it was. I was in shock because he was not kidding around but just stared at us for quite some time (quite rude!). We brushed this off and continued to our table and went through the menu to order.
My old work lunch gang wanted to do an outing and of course our outing involves FOOD! Mr Tequila chose Aussie Steak n Burger in Docklands since we had the Entertainment Book discount as well. Located near the pier, there were plenty of parking on the street on a weeknight after 6PM and of course it was FREE! We made a booking and when we got there, we were greeted by the friendly staff. We took our seats and began to look over the menu while our grumbling tummies sang to each other.
When Miss Chanel wanted to come back to Persian Flavours, who am I to deny her for an outing. So we booked the place at 6:30PM on a Tuesday night and boy, when we got there, the whole place was empty. Throughout the night people trickled in and a lot of customers came for the takeaway. Anywho, we were seated by the friendly staff and had a looksie through the menu.
The work guys wanted a catch up and since Mr Tequila has never tried Indian food before so of course we flipped through the Entertainment Book and found Curry Vault and made a booking via Dimmi. When we got inside we were shown to our seats. The interior wasn’t as lively or bright as I had remembered and needed a bit more vibrancy to it. Anywho, we got the menu and started ordering to our hearts content.
I haven’t seen the two stooges in quite a while and I needed to hand out their wedding invitations (oh my gosh so close now) and I’ve always wanted to come back to Entrecote to check out their menu after sampling their awesome sauce desserts. So we got our tooshies into the Entrecote in the CBD and started ordering everything in sight.
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.
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.
This year I’ve joined forces (may the force be with you) with the Entertainment Book to raise funds for Sane Australia.
The Entertainment book contains various discounts from 2-for-1 offers, 25-50% vouchers for attractions, cafes and restaurants (woohoo!) and other entertainment. There’s one for all the states in Australia and New Zealand so no one will miss out! You can even get the digital version which is handy if you’re a spontaneous person and hate carrying the chunky book around.