Getting a taste of a major city’s suburbs can be a refreshing change of scenery. Auckland’s Newmarket offers plenty enough for a day or two.
Easily overlooked on the way to and from the more popular Publico Ristorante, Marcello is actually right next to the lobby of the InterContinental Singapore Robertson Quay and a good place to avoid the mainstream flock for a little more peace and quiet.
A destination wedding provided the perfect excuse to squeeze in some travel and exploration. The street art was a master stroke for milking the tourism dollar.
The cafe’s location isn’t the most accessible, but I think that could work in its favour – for my selfish reasons, anyway.
A more affordable dining option had recently opened in the Singapore Botanic Gardens, and I was keen to see what the buzz was about.
The capital city of Victoria offers much to sing praises of, and the perfect gateway to explore its famous surroundings.
I can imagine quite a number of us coming here for a pick-me-up after our office move.
Luxe’s interior is a bit Kinfolk and a bit Scandinavian, but the menu is very much Australian.
The aesthetically pleasing crockery and industrial-chic furniture are sure to make this place popular on social media with flat lays and such, but the tantalising and reasonably-priced food is my reason for being a returning customer.
If you’re not too put off by Singapore’s balmy climate, try to get a table by the balcony, which overlooks the paddock and training circle.