Food Friday time again, this week has gone so fast *_* Today I’m just sharing some photos of two places we’ve eaten at recently.
There was a Problogger training day here recently and lots of other bloggers came to visit, we went to a Nuffnang dinner with some of them at the Oriental Tea House.
They do the BEST ice tea too, I always get strawberries and cream and it’s perfect for hot days.
Vanessa and Nikki being generally adorable.
The prices here are on the higher side of things but the atmosphere is nice so I would come here for a business lunch or if I had to take my parents out ^_^
Salt and pepper squid that was delicious!
Vanessa and I both have a love for vegetables, I couldn’t help but take this photo of her showing her true colours 😉
All in all it was a delicious dinner. Next time I’ll know to skip yum cha and go straight for the delicious tea and menu items!
On the way home James and I felt like something sweet so we stopped in at Harakuju Crepes… which is basically as the name indicates: Harajuku style crepes.
They do all the standards like strawberries and cream etc but they also do specialty crepes like cheesecake… which is literally a slice of cheesecake wrapped in the crepe with whipped cream, strawberries and sauce XD They also do savory versions but I’ve not tried any yet.
I tried out the new green tea flavour and it was very yummy. Best flavour ever: green tea crepe with strawberries, icecream and chocolate sauce inside. Very yummy dessert!
The last of my food related adventures for today was trying the new schnitzel place which just opened in the Melbourne Central food court.
I am a big fan of parmigana so I was very excited, probably slightly sadly so 😉
Schnitz kind of reminded me of Grill’d but for schnitzel. The prices were similar too, I went for the Swiss Schnitz roll which is a “Schnitzel of your choice plus Swiss cheese, avocado, semi-dried tomato, baby spinach & sweet chilli mayo.” That in a small combo with chips and a drink was $16.40 so more expensive than most of the other food court shops.
Overall I actually liked the chips better than I did the schnitzel roll. There was nothing particularly bad about it but it didn’t stand out as being awesome either so I can’t imagine myself craving it again enough to spend the money. I do still want to try their parmagana though!
The chips were actually really good though, they were seasoned with something yummy and they tasted almost like honey. Odd flavour to begin with but quite addictive!
So those were my food adventures for this week! Have you guys had anything good to eat this week? Anywhere you think I should try out? I’ve been eating out way too much lately, I’m guessing the next few weeks will be back to budget pasta at home to make up for it haha!