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Bali

Bali travel diary: Seminyak

Bali is easily one of the most accessible and affordable holidays for Perthians. It’s only a few hours away by plane, luring us in with the promise of a relatively cheap and cheerful trip that boasts tropical weather, a…

Japan

Japan travel diary: Kyoto, Kobe and Osaka

In December 2016, Jeremy and I took on Japan. His return trip, my first, and a holiday that I’ll always hold dear to my heart. If you haven’t already checked it out, here’s my Tokyo travel diary which captures…

Taipei

Taiwan travel diary: Taipei

Taipei. Home to one of the tallest  buildings in the world, and the capital of the island of Taiwan (sometimes referred to as the Republic of China by outsiders, but by no one who resides there). It’s also the…

Japan

Japan travel diary: Tokyo

From the explosive food scene, to the affinity for nature, to the burgeoning technology scene – Japan has held so much appeal to me as a travel destination for longer than I can remember. And so it made perfect…

Qantas

An epicurious visit to Vasse Felix with Qantas

It all started on a hot, hot night. I was out and about (eating of course) when I received a text from my good friend Laura asking if I could take that Friday off work. When I sent a message back…

Royal Stacks

The burger game at Royal Stacks

When I first started writing for FoodieHub, I was flown over to Singapore for a decadent weekend of eating where I met other bloggers in their fold, including David Hagger from The World Loves Melbourne.  So heading over to…

Industry Beans

Summer on a plate at Industry Beans

On my final morning of my January Melbourne trip, I had eyes only for one destination – Industry Beans in the heart of Fitzroy. My girl Laura Moseley suggested I check it out and after getting my stalk on…

Kettle Black

The Kettle Black’s food porn pretty dishes

A weekend in Melbourne is always an appealing proposition, especially when it comes to dining. But with it comes what I think of as a pleasant dilemma because actually choosing which places you’ll squeeze into your itinerary… well that…

Attica

A narrative of Attica’s theatrical unveilings and dramatic highlights

Attica. Three syllables, three hats and thirty-second in San Pellegrino Worldโ€™s 50 Best Restaurants 2015. The accolades are numerous, the name synonymous with progressive fine dining in Australia. But if youโ€™ve followed Ben Shewryโ€™s journey along the way, youโ€™ll…