Gusto is a very well known and popular ice cream shop in Bali. It is also one of the highest rated ice cream known for multiple varieties of flavours. The cafe's interior is basic minimalistic with orange and grey colour themes. They also have an outdoor area with several seats ad umbrellas to enjoy the sun. The downside is there are many people smoking on this outdoor area that might be unpleasant for kids.

Third Wave (Revisited-Invited)

We got the invitation to Third Wave Cafe on Port Melbourne on the October and decided to go at the end of November. We reserved for 2 people but when we arrived they didn't have our booking details and clueless about blogger reservation because of communication issues in their management, however, we still have a seat as the restaurant not full at that time.

Twenty-Pho Seven (Invited)

Since the beginning, I have loved the idea of its name. Well, it’s (the first ever) 24-hours pho-specialized restaurant after all. So I feel that ‘twenty pho seven’ is very creative and authentic. We were invited to the soft-opening where we met the owner himself. He was very humble and explained to us briefly about their service style (we could order from ipads that are located on the table).

Figjam Cafe (Invited)

Fig Jam Cafe situated in the heart of Carnegie, Koornang Road. The cafe is easily accessible by public transport and private vehicles. There are plenty parking spaces around this area.There are plenty cafes and restaurants available along this street but Fig Jam cafe brings different colors and standard of the breakfast/lunch menu and great coffee offered.

Two Fat Monks (Invited)

Located right across the station, Two Fat Monks has lovely cozy interiors. The staff were super friendly. I was attracted to two fat monks because of the name as well as their social media presence and also their Asian influence.

We started our lunch off with the Chorizo Croquettes. I loved the truffled mayo because it was just singing in truffle flavour. Yum, just can't help my self to truffle flavour, always. The croquettes themselves were flavourful and crisp!

Next up, we were served the San Choy Bow and the Braised Lamb Shoulder. The San Choy Bow was the perfect summer dish. Light but definitely not lacking in flavour. The Braised Lamb Shoulder too, had a great balance of flavours. I could actually eat the lamb which is surprising because I don't normally eat lamb! The lamb was paired really well with the intense beetroot hummus.

And lastly, we got the Confit of Pork Belly with the crispy crackles, potato croquettes, fennel slaw and apple sauce. Just as the appetizers, the potato croquettes were still amazing. The pork belly was super tender from the whole confit process too.

Two Fat Monks Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato

Two Fat Monks
+6139489 6272
254-256 Wingrove St
Fairfield VIC 3078

Calia (Revisited-Invited)

I have been to Calia several times and there's no secret that I love my first experience but my second is kinda disappointing. So when Jason Chang, the owner of Calia invited me in to have a taste of their food, I decided to went in with my husband. Since he also went with me to all my visits to Calia before.