The Glen has just opened up their new dining precinct and that means more restaurants are popping up. One of those restaurants is Shujinko. Yes, there are plenty of those around Melbourne and finally, the south east finally has theirs. It’s very cosy and there’s not a lot of seatings available so it’s first in best dressed.
Lunch time again AND it’s time to check out the rest of Nexus court. Arbor cafe was also packed with people checking in on their lunch break and they have a sit down menu OR have a quick feed with scrumptious sandwiches or wraps. We stumbled in, order at the front and sat our booties down in anticipation of our food.
Another little spot for work lunch and this time
Working around the South East suburbs, a colleague suggested we hit up MKS
When I heard that Shannon Bennett opened up an ethical burger place, Benny Burger, I made sure I had to stop by for a visit. We dropped by the Collins Street eatery and it was small but the staff were super duper friendly. They took time in explaining the menu, what we would like and where everything came from. First impressions – loving it! We went to order at the counter and waited for our number to be called.
Airports, a place where people say goodbye or greet their loved ones. Airports are also a place where people grab some food before their flights or if their flights are delayed. For us, it was before a flight (woohoo!!) and we decided to drop by Urban Provodore for some breakfast. It wasn’t too busy early in the morning and we were starving so we knew exactly what we wanted.
I got the omelette and unfortunately I found it to need more seasoning. The omelette wasn’t fluffy and was quite oily as well.
Omelette – $21
YOOOOO my gosh, YOMG has been around and I have yet dipped my toes (ewww lets change that to fingers) into their burgers. Since Mr Italian was due for a catch up, he suggested YOMG in Glen Waverly so we can get our burger hit. It was a Tuesday night and at 7:30PM, it was packed like sardines in there. We weren’t able to bag a seat inside so we had to sit in the winter cold rugged up next to the outdoor heaters.
It was Daddy Bear’s birthday and we decided to have pizzas because it was a treat! There’s a local pizza joint which I absolutely adored and it’s a 2 minute drive – Pierre’s Pizza!
Mr D was a touch peckish and needed something to eat. I suggested the souva at Jimmy Grants and he said it was GINORMOUS and decided to go for the kiddies one instead (KIDS??? WHAT??!!).