MoVida Bar de Tapas

MoVida Bar de Tapas opened in Hosier Lane (2003), quickly swept Melbournians heart.Frank Camorra is Executive Chef and co-owner of the MoVida group of restaurants born in Barcelona but grew up in Geelong. Amazingly he was an architect before jumping to the food industry, then finally returning to Spain and discover his culinary roots. Returning to Australia with a goal of opening a true Spanish bar and restaurant but was accessible to the modern Australian dining culture, he opened MoVida Bar de Tapas y Vinos in the 1970s Carron Tavern on the edge of Melbourne’s CBD (2002). Then finally to it's current hype place, claiming it's fame. Now they have 6 restaurants under their belt; MoVida Next Door, MoVida Aqui, Bar Pulpo, Bar Tini and one in Bali, Indonesia.


Glace

Glace Frozen Artisinal is a Victorian based frozen specialise pastry shop, pride them self in transparency for all sources of of their ingredients. They also make everything in the store which is amazing. Christy Tania, the woman behind Glace born in Indonesia but  came here from France where she learnt the art of French Pastry. She was so impressed by high quality produce, Australia could offer. She wanted to bring her creations to everybody and the most universal dessert enjoyed by most people, also affordable is Ice cream.


Doughheads

Doughheads is well known and certainly very popular donut shop at The Junction, New Castle. It is arguably the number one donut shop in town. 


Komeyui (Revisited)

Komeyui is no secret, one of my favourite Japanese restaurant in town and arguable one of the best as well. We went in for another celebration, my brother's birthday and since his favourite food is Japanese cuisine, I found Komeyui is highly suitable.



Home Vegan Bar (Invited)

Home Vegan Bar is a relatively new branch of Home Cold Pressed Juice. The original home branch is at Bourke St, Docklands, right in front NAB building as well as besides Medibank. I bought their juice many time over the years and been invited their once.


Muffin Break

Muffin Break started from a little Canadian shop in the 1980s then arrived in Australia in 1989. The first shop in Coolangatta, quickly increase to 5 store across Australia. Now, they have 275 store globally in New Zealand, United Kingdom, India and 190 of them is in Australia.