7 Apples (Revisted-Invited)

7 Apples is one of my favourite gelato in Melbourne. The owner Mark, is a friendly and generous man. This is my second invite to 7 apples and even though it's getting colder, I never turned down a good scoop of gelato. For me gelato is my favourite type of dessert so anytime, anywhere I will always go for it. 

The Coventry (Revisited-Invited)

The Coventry located directly across South Melbourne market, making it the perfect spot for brunch after shopping. It has spacious indoor space, comfortable on any weather and also small outdoor spot at the back to enjoy the sunshine when there is one. Their menu is heavily influenced by mediterranean food as well as high quality paddock to plate.

Avocado & Eggs Benedict ($21). I saw their pictures online and I know I want this dish, sadly when mine come, the avocado is not as glorious as the picture I saw. In terms, of the taste I do love the half fresh avocado with perfectly cooked egg on top and generous citrus hollandaise. They also have an options of changing the bacon for salmon, with additional fee. I opted for the raw salmon which I think I might like the bacon more in the end.

Korean Fried Chicken & Waffles ($23). This has been on their menu for quite sometime cause this is my second invitation to The Coventry and last time they also have this. Bourbon and maple syrup dressing on top of the crispy fluffy waffle is what I love the most in this dish. The chicken it self was crunchy but a lil bit burned on some side, inside tender and flavourful.

Prawn Saganaki ($25). This is part of their lunch menu and my husband loves saganaki so he's very excited to have this on the menu. Succulent generous prawns floating in spicy light pomodoro sauce, topped with chorizo as well as abundant cheese. Perfect comfort dish on a cold day.

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The Coventry
+6139696 9028
315 Coventry St
South Melbourne VIC 3205

Unabara - Melbourne Central (Revisited-Invited)

Unabara Melbourne Central belongs to the great family of Unabara and Gyoza Gyoza group. It has many siblings across melbourne, serving all kinds of Japanese food from Japanese style shabu shabu, izakaya and more. Melbourne Central store specialise in seafood ramen, on my previous visit to Unabara I have tried them so this time I tried something else.

Snow White Bakery (Invited)

Snow White Bakery is a warm homemade bakery, where each individual product made with love as well as high quality ingredients and attention to detail. They owned a kid friendly cafe with two indoors and one outdoor space. Also in service for wholesale, corporate and special event catering.

Club Colombia (Invited)

Club Colombia is a small representative of Colombia in Melbourne. The place looked dark from the outside but upon entering you will realise the colourful and vibrant Colombian culture clearly shines through the whole place. Starting with colourful interior and walls of famous Colombian star. They also have live music on some days.

Co Hanh (Invited)

Co Hanh is named based on a mother who loves Vietnamese food. It's a small restaurant with three types of seatings; bar, bbq and Vietnamese casual dining. The owner, Ray arranged a BBQ set meal for me and family on Anzac day. Interior wise, it's bright and modern with young neon vibe. Even the exhaust fan is red and located up high so it won't disturb the view.