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Burma Lane (Little Collins St. Melbourne) – a Review

‘Created in Melbourne, Inspired by Asia’…..that tagline fits Burma Lane perfectly.

I was at Burma Lane recently for a tasting of their new menu and also to view the photographic exhibition, ‘Seasons of Gold’. 493 more words

Restaurant Reviews

Canalside dining

There’s something special about restaurants which overlook the water, be it the sea, a river or lake, or the Canal du Midi.  Many years ago, I spent an evening at a restaurant in Grau d’Agde called Les Ondines.   494 more words


Specials Revive Relish

Specials Revive Relish

Guilty as charged! I have totally neglected Relish since starting my full time job at MAD Leadership Foundation in March. Work took over and my hobby took a back seat. 451 more words

Dining Out

Harvest's The Book and the Cook:  Battersby

Harvest Restaurant is nestled down in one of Harvard Square’s little nooks and has a fabulous patio for this time of year. I was lucky to attend one of Harvets’ “The Book and the Cook” evenings a while back and loved it. 307 more words


Dining Out: Coconut Lagoon's expertly spiced dishes now served in sleek, modern setting

Coconut Lagoon
853 St. Laurent Blvd., 613-742-4444, coconutlagoon.ca
Open: Sunday to Thursday 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. and 5 to 9 p.m., Friday and Saturday 11 a.m. 826 more words

Local Food Reviews

Floating Gualaca Canyon

Friends invited us to join them and another couple (who are Russian and were renting a home for a couple months) for lunch in Boquete and then to swim, or float, the Gualaca Canyon. 252 more words

Living In Panama

That Hit the (Knight) Spot

Tonight my husband Steven suggested we get some dinner at The Knight Spot in Frankfort, NY.  Since I felt I needed a further excuse than, “Good idea!” I said, “I’ll write a blog post about it!”  Score! 232 more words