Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Alfred & Constance, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

Alfred and Constance, the ongoing buzz of this place along with its sisters and brothers of Alfredo's Pizzeria, Kwan Brothers, Chester St Bakery and now, Doughnut Time, all by the same owner, Damian Griffiths. This was a few months back when I ate here, since then, a slight change on the menu so some of the food in this review may or may not be still available in the restaurant. Conveniently placed due mostly of its parking, in which you can get a $5 parking when you dine at any of the restaurants.

Friday, May 1, 2015

Sandgate Fishmonger, Sandgate, Brisbane

Sandgate Fishmonger lies on Flinders Parade opposite the beach which is convenient. Though their competitor is about less than 1km walk away, they both do serve differently. However, here, they accept both cash or Eftpos which is good whilst the other, only accepts eftpos. It was rather quiet today but many came for their Gelati instead of their fish and chips.

Monday, April 13, 2015

Maru Korean BBQ Restaurant, Elizabeth St, Brisbane CBD, Brisbane

Maru in Elizabeth St has just recently became the largest Korean restaurant in Brisbane, having now not only the upper floor but also ground floor. Having went there before renovations began, we wanted a simple light lunch that wasn't too heavy for the both of us and I thought it's been awhile since I visited Maru..

Tuesday, April 7, 2015

Habitat Restaurant & Bar, West End, Brisbane

Habitat Restaurant and Bar was one restaurant I've wanted to try for quite some time now but didn't have the chance, well, we finally did. The third venture of rugby legend Scott Higginbotham and his business partner, Malcolm Watts after Moose and Gibson in Woolloongabba and Leaf Espresso Bar in Tarraggindi. A much classier venue and relaxing than the other two I may say, maybe my most liked in regards to its design, what you may call it as to be sophisticated.

Thursday, March 26, 2015

Chocolateria San Churro, South Brisbane, Brisbane

Chocolateria San Churro is the perfect place to go if you love chocolate, rich cakes, bite sized chocolates and yes, churros. Although their coffee may not be the greatest, it does seem to be inconsistent during every of my revisits. It was quite empty when we came in but it soon became quite busy as people started to walk by and stop, trying to find seats would seem more of a wait than usual. I think South Bank really need to open up more desserts and coffee places for people to dine at and have more choices in going where despite the wait and all, but at least, choices are always good.

Saturday, March 21, 2015

Rogue Bar and Bistro, Newstead, Brisbane

An unusual spot to open up a restaurant in Newstead, but I guess, those unusual spots might be the thing that a restaurant needs to be able to bring in the diners. Rogue Bar and Bistro offers a wide range of dishes and is open for all three meals in a day. With its high top house exterior, minimal design, open kitchen, casual sofa dining, a bar area, a restaurant seating area, a mixture of what I may say caters for everyone.