Restaurant Review: Chin Chin, Melbourne

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Even three years after opening, Chin Chin is still the restaurant buzzword hot on every Melbourners’ lips. Constantly packed to the rafters with hungry diners, you should expect to get there early or be prepared to test your patience with their long waiting list. So in a fickle Melbourne restaurant market, what’s the secret to…

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Restaurant Review: Bar Idda, Brunswick East

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Overall Rating: 9/10 There’s something special about Bar Idda which keeps me coming back for more. Its rustic and lively atmosphere makes it the perfect spot to wind down after a hard day’s work. And it’s so authentic you could easily trick your mind into thinking you’re in Sicily. It’s no wonder this cosy trattoria…

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Travel Guide: Lisa eats Siena

Tuscany is one of the few places in Europe I could keep coming back to. I could easily spend endless days in the garden of a Tuscan farmhouse sipping wine, eating figs and reading books. On my most recent visit to Tuscany, we decided to take a day trip down south to explore the delights…

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Travel – Lisa Eats Robe

Cruise along the stunning Limestone Coast in South Australia and you will soon find Robe, a tiny beach side town full of  historic charm and character. Located on Guichen Bay, 350 kilometres south-east of Adelaide, the former thriving port has transformed itself into one of South Australia’s leading holiday destinations. There’s something special about Robe which…

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