Our perpetual quest for Malaysian/Singaporean/Hawker-style breakfast continues, and we found another beauty.
Last week, I gave you burger porn. This week, beautiful bakery porn. Custard choux bun; vanilla bean & passionfruit cheesecake; chestnut mont blanc; gateau Saint Honore Pear tart; eclairs Bovilian chocolate pot; carrot orange & sultana cake; pistachio & raspberry friand; strawberry & custard brioche Mille feuille; banana and sal…
We went to Canning Vale Markets recently and enjoyed a spot of brunch at the Market City Cafe. I had a small asian combination (AU$7.50), of fried rice, thai green curry chicken and stir-fried chicken noodles. This was great! The curry was especially tasty – lots of chicken, all succulent thigh pieces. Jac ordered “Don’s [……
My day at work had left me exhausted and crabby, and Jac knew what would cheer me up: a midweek dinner date at the International Eating House food hall in East Victoria Park! I’m a woman of simple pleasures. Jac had a small teriyaki fish set, with fish, vegetables, rice and miso soup from the […]
On the night we got the keys, we spent some time just walking around in the empty house, excited and amazed that this was really going to be our new home. We made plans – things to do leading up to the move – and lists of things we needed to get for the house. […]
A quick food hall brunch while we were at the shops! Jac had prawn rice paper rolls from Spices. I tried the organic chicken and corn soup from Sumo Salad. The soup was loaded with corn and full of chicken, and it was not overly loaded with cornflour like chicken and corn soup sometimes is. […]
On the Saturday Jac and I went into the city to find me a wedding outfit (we’d found Jac’s dress in a boutique in Mount Lawley earlier that week), we had lunch in the Carillon Food Hall. While Jac looked for a sandwich or salad, I had two cravings to satisfy. First, a craving for […]