Everyone has their local spots to eat out at. I’m quite fortunate enough to live very close to a couple of suburbs that has on offer a variety of cuisines. One that has been expanding right before my eyes is Canley Heights. With Holy Basil, Chi Chi, Twelve Spices and Noggi opening up/renovated, the suburb has become more known and talked about. Just as it should.
There’s been a little bit of an obsession with baos and steamed buns lately, so my short trip to Melbourne had to include the much talked about Wonderbao. I first heard about it from these lovely ladies late last year who are local Melbourne bloggers and it’s been on my to-go list ever since.
This is my 3rd visit to LA since 2005 and I fall in love the city more and more each time. This trip we found ourselves doing things we’d normally wouldn’t/never be able to do.
Another Korean post. I’m completely guilty of indulging in more than my fair of korean fried chicken lately. I partially blame the boy – what he craves is what we eat. I was a little bit unprepared these couple of trips so excuse the lack of information provided. Tucked away within Strathfield Sports Club (next door to the Tennis Courts) is Red Pepper.
Spring Onion Fried Chicken
As mentioned in an earlier post there’s been a few places that have opened up recently at Canley Heights near Holy Basil and well, being a local I can’t help but want to give the new places a go. Whilst waiting for the boy to finish a long day at work, we just wanted a local fix for dinner. We found parking right in front of La Grilla so thought why not since we’ve had this obsession with Korean food lately.