Anyone that knows me will be well aware that I like to devote a good proportion of my spare time to hunting out the best coffee around. This week, I took one of those outings to Melbourne’s suburb of Carlton to check out Vertue Coffee Roasters. This cafe reputation proceeded itself so, it was somewhere that had been on my list for a while. Like … Continue reading Vertue Coffee Roasters: Is This Melbourne’s Quirkiest Cafe?
Little Rogue Coffee and Brother Baba Budan, Melbourne I can’t believe that it’s already February! Life just seems to be going by way too quickly here in Melbourne. At the start of the new year, I decided that 2019 was going to be the year that I really push myself to achieve my goals (or at least try to). As I’m in Australia on my … Continue reading Melbourne: Two Quirky Cafes To Try This Week
After a couple of months travelling down Australia’s East Coast, It’s almost time for the ‘holiday’ part of my Working Holiday to end and for me to start looking for some work back in Melbourne. Continue reading Combi Byron Bay Cafe Review
Best for: breakfast, brunch, afternoon tea, vegan and veggie options Last Sunday I had planned on having a blog free day. No writing, no editing, no taking photos for blog posts. Nothing. Nada. Instead I’d decided to treat myself to a proper Sunday off which involved: A walk in the countryside, making something nice for lunch, doing some baking then sitting down with some ginger … Continue reading The Wild Flour Cafe: How Cute Is This Campervan Cafe In Brighton’s Countryside?
Best for: Brunch, lunch, coffee with friends, takeaway As much as I love Brighton, sometimes I do feel like I’ve exhausted all the coffee shops. Luckily for me London is just an hour away. However the issue is with London is that everything takes that little bit more planning and it’s not often I just happen to walk past good independent coffee shops in the … Continue reading Attendant cafe review, Shoreditch, London
Last year when Levash first opened its doors on Brighton’s Gardner Street, I’ve got to admit that the first thing I thought was ‘oh great, another falafel place’. However a few weeks ago I decided to give this Middle Eastern cafe a visit and I’ve got to say it’s so much more than that. With its array of fresh, locally sourced middle eastern breakfast, lunch and … Continue reading Levash, Brighton Review
It would be a struggle to find a cafe as Parisian as Odette. With its colourful exterior, cute little tables and outdoor plants, Odette is as picturesque a cafe that you could ask for. With a selection of coffees and pastries, what Odette is really known for as its delicately decadent cream puffs, the perfect accompaniment to a cafe au lait. The Location This little … Continue reading Odette review, Paris, France
I’m part of the ‘avocado on toast generation’ so of course I had to go for brunch when I visited Copenhagen early this year. I’d read about Mad & Kaffe and its brunches while doing some food research for my trip because it was recommended by a few Danish bloggers and I’m happy to say that this little cafe in the cities trendy Vesterbro district didn’t disappoint. … Continue reading Mad & Kaffe, Copenhagen, Denmark
Anyone that knows me will be aware that I am a huge coffee addict. I love going to cafes and taking the time to meet a friend or spend an hour by myself enjoying a coffee and slowing down. Having a coffee feels indulgent but not excessive, it adds structure to an empty day or reflection in a busy one, it picks you up, it … Continue reading Nola Cafe Review, Hanoi, Vietnam
Wagamama is always a go to when it comes to eating dinner out with my friends because be it options for vegans, veggie, fussy eaters or carnivores, it’s one of the few places that is guaranteed to suit us all. Yesterday was a rarity because me and my best friends were not only all back in Brighton at the same time but we also managed to coordinate … Continue reading Wagamama Brighton: New Vegan options