Sicilian Toastie and Margherita Pizza, The Italian Corner, William Street

I spend way too much on lunch. Every day I consider going on a diet of Vegemite sangers and Robert Timm’s instant coffee. I also promptly tergiversate on the idea when faced with lunch break and ever-present possibility of happiness being just around the corner. I also spend way too much on coffees. I once Continue reading Sicilian Toastie and Margherita Pizza, The Italian Corner, William Street

Trio of Cheeses at Toastface Grillah, Wellington St

To be honest before I ended up making a visit to this place for lunch, it was a ‘skip over’ place in my head.  ** Hear me out. Toastface is in an alleyway. With bins—skip bins at that and from that I take that they should be skipped​ over, if you’ll pardon the pun. With graffiti Continue reading Trio of Cheeses at Toastface Grillah, Wellington St

Chairman Mao’s Stew, Sweet & Sour Pork, Peanut Noodles at Chilli Panda, Northbridge

I’ve alluded to it before, but name-dropping where food is concerned gets me every time. It’s appeal through association—and assocation holds great power.  When associations are established, implications of the associations​ become catalysts for decisions and reasons to be persuaded.  Marketeers cash in on human behaviours like this everyday. Chemistwarehouse informs us of David Beckham’s Continue reading Chairman Mao’s Stew, Sweet & Sour Pork, Peanut Noodles at Chilli Panda, Northbridge