‘Bao (pronouned “bow”) – delicious fillings cocooned in a warm, fluffy package. They taste great, are low in sugar and easy to eat (look ma, no cutlery)’ – Bao Town
Tucked away in Hoiser Lane and amongst all the graffiti walls, Frank Camorra and wife opened up the first of a handful of successful Movida branches, Movida Bar de Tapas, in 2003.
It is quite a task figuring out what restaurants to scrap off your to-eat list because of time restraints. Believe me, my list of restaurants to eat whilst in Melbourne was about a page long but sadly a 4 day trip did not allow me to eat everywhere.
It’s that time of the year again with December being filled with lots of festivities. Not only is it Christmas and New Years, but for me, it’s my anniversary with the boy and my birthday. I suppose that just means lots of celebrating and eating out? Ha, kind of! December kicked off with a revisit to Ms. G’s for an early birthday celebration and to spend some quality time with the boy, and his sister and brother in law who recently got married. Our guests have been wanting to go to Ms. G’s for a while so we thought this would be the perfect opportunity to take them.
I got my act together and got myself to Circa Espresso. Wait, technically, my first visit was on ANZAC Day but silly me didn’t read Circa Espresso’s tweets advising that they were going to be closed for the day. I rocked up to this empty and locked up garage and was devastated. Anyway, so I finally got the chance to see what all the buzz was about!