My New Weekly Ritual? Brunetti on Lygon Street

I have had a slight obsession with Melbourne’s inner city of Carlton ever since I first set foot there earlier this year. Primarily known for its unbeatable Italian food on Lygon Street, Carlton is an eclectic mix of award-winning restaurants, quirky cafes and boutique shops- basically, everything that I love in life. However, for an area that’s in such close proximity to Melbourne’s CBD,  I … Continue reading My New Weekly Ritual? Brunetti on Lygon Street

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Odette review, Paris, France

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

Brighton: Independent cafe guide

A popular day-trip destination from London,  seaside city Brighton is quirky, eccentric, cosmopolitan and full of independent coffee shops. Seeing as eating and drinking is my favourite pastime, I thought I’d put together this guide of the best of the best places to grab a cup of coffee. I’ll keep adding to it as I go so keep checking back. Marwoods It’s Kitsch. It’s retro. … Continue reading Brighton: Independent cafe guide