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Rosa’s Kitchen @ Journal Canteen

[tweetmeme]In a culinary world of lies, where cafés and restaurants try endlessly to offer their patrons food that they believe they want to eat, often without the skills to prepare it, it is refreshing to discover a restaurant that is honest in its approach. Rosa’s Kitchen @ Journal Canteen is one such place, where the … Continue reading

T’Gallant – Spuntino Bar

[tweetmeme] Tin shed, rustic timber, produce-rich gardens and set amongst rolling vineyards; it must be T’Gallant. This one-of-a-kind winery, an hour and a half south of Melbourne, is like a little piece of Tuscany in our own backyard. You wont find a multi-million dollar cellar door and winery operation here. The restaurant (La Baracca Trattoria), … Continue reading

Mess Hall

Rustic timber floorboards, high ceilings, white walls and a homely Italian menu; what’s not to love about the Mess Hall? I have been coming here for a couple of years now and although the menu has hardly changed, the wine list stuck in perpetuity, it offers up a relaxed atmosphere to unwind, eat good food … Continue reading

Warm Weather Goodness

For some reason or another, warm weather makes me think of fish. Not the act of fishing nor the childrens card game, but specifically eating fish. So when I happened across some lovely looking South Australian King George Whiting at the markets on the weekend, I couldn’t resist. Beautifully plump, clean skinned with a slightly … Continue reading


Housed in an amazing 1859-built former Synagogue, Trunk is certainly very pretty to look at. The flowing courtyard – decorated sparsely, yet beautifully – invites people to join the festivities contained within. The ceramic pots, red-brick pavers and trees conjure up images of large Italian families sharing a glass of vino or two over lunch. … Continue reading

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