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Pok Pok Junior

Pad Thai is one of my recent favourites.

I love the sweet, sour and slightly hot nature of the sauce that coats the not so thick strands of the rice noodles. 381 more words

Melbourne Diaries

Grossi Florentino (Grill), Bourke Street, Melbourne – a Tuscan Experience

Grossi Florentino, the restaurant, needs very little introduction and Guy Grossi, the Chef, needs no introduction at all.

Situated on the iconic Bourke Street, Grossi Florentino is the brainchild of Guy Grossi, a much celebrated Chef both at home and internationally. 761 more words


Melbourne Icons – The Paperback Bookshop

Opposite Pellegrini’s Espresso Bar on the Corner of Bourke Street and Crossley Street lays one of my favorite Melbourne bookshops – The Paperback Bookshop – a Melbourne icon established in the early 1960s. 6 more words


Melbourne Icons - Pellegrini's Espresso Bar

Pellegrini’s Espresso Bar is a Melbourne cultural icon and is said to have installed the first espresso machine imported into Australia in the 1950s – ushering in a generational obsession with espresso coffee among Melbournians from all walks of life. 23 more words


Melbourne dumpling festival 2017

For Asian cuisine lovers, this will be one of your favourite events in Melbourne. Get your chance to try more than 50 varieties of dumpling this Friday 20th October on Bourke Street. 124 more words


Notes from a bookworm

Hill of content or hill of content. I’m not sure which use of the word they are going for but both words apply because this bookshop is a dream. 1,551 more words


Twitter, live blogs & the Bourke Street massacre

On Friday the 20th of January 2017, the city of Melbourne was rocked by the actions of Dimitrious Gargasoulas.

Mr Gargasoulas was driving his car erratically, first near Flinders Street station and later through the Bourke Street mall, killing six people and injuring 36 more. 1,040 more words

Digital Journalism