As Textbook Boulangerie Patisserie just announced they’re making a blue croissant, I thought it was time to look back on their famous truffle croissant, that drove food bloggers and normal people alike quite mad.
I’m probably the only food blogger who hasn’t been to all the cool new restaurants in Kensington Street and Spice Alley…it’s always been a little daunting for me – if I go, I will want to eat at all the places all at once and obviously that’s not possible. So maybe just don’t go. Until I was luckily invited to Bar Chinois a few weeks back to try their food and drinks, finally I was able to go with a particular purpose, but also see everything that’s been happening over there.
Little bit of French living by the seaside with Cafe de France in Coogee.
Cold rainy nights make me think of food that is meant for cold weather.
Juicy, juicy steak… you would never think that I was a vegetarian for 2 years if you saw me tuck into the food at Chapeau! Grill & Bar in Hamburg, Germany.
A spot of French café culture in Germany at Métropolitain Café Français.
Stuck for breakfast around Potts Point? Wanting to overseas but can’t afford it?
Yellow ticks both those boxes, in my opinion!