Food Glorious Food
I am officially on pigging out mode. A day here in Melbourne isn't complete without at least one eye-opening gastronomic meal. But having never spent so much money on food on a single holiday, my pocket now sports a wide gaping hole. Yet, my happy tummy is telling me that all is good. Peachy, in fact :)
This morning we went for breakfast at MART 130 at Middle Park. The establishment is actually a tram station that's been converted into a cosy little breakfast cafe. How COOL is that?? If you do anagram, you'll notice that MART (complete with inverted R) is actually the backward spelling of TRAM. kewl stuff.
The food was to-die-for. But quite steep, we spent almost 20 bucks each. And that was breakfast. Blimey charlie.
Hendi had the corn fritter and grilled bacon stack, while Rudy had steak sandwich with caramelised onion & beet, which was all obscured by those pretty vegs. Don't they all look so blardy delicious?!
I had a Turkish pide with chicken, grilled bacon, swiss cheese and mustard pickle. And we all had a small bowl of juicy juicy sauteed mushrooms on the sides (that wasn't double spelling, just emphasising the point).
Yesterday Rudy and I went all the way to Oakleigh for a hearty Korean meal. The Asian food here is so authentic and scrumptious it is mind-boggling.
Rudy had a sizzling hot plate of FAT juicy, fresh, garlic prawns while I had spicy seafood lamyun. Ahhhh I wanna eat that again.
All these short and curt updates do not do the food justice. But I am so thoroughly spoilt and smitten by all these shop-eat-sleep routine that I need to go laze around just to complete the whole holiday bum profile.
Rudy just cooked yummy perch fillet for dinner. I swear if typing burns as much calories as I hoped, I would blog more often.
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