Izakaya, like a pubs, are casual drinking establishments that also serve a variety of small dishes such as robata (grilled food), yakitori, salads and other finger foods. They are probably the most popular restaurant type among the Japanese people, and many of them are found around train stations and shopping areas. Dining at izakaya tends to be informal, with dishes shared amongst the table rather than eaten individually. You had me at pub. You’ll receive a complementary cocktail on arrival,…See More
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Have you ever wondered about the diet of the first fleet? Or how on earth you would eat an echidna? Or what Ned Kelly’s favourite meal was? We have!Although the food of the colonists is often thought of as ‘plain’, it turns out the colonists experimented with a broad range of native, imported and exotic produce. Kangaroo was known as “bush mutton”. They added eucalyptus leave to their billy tea for extra flavour. Beer was the answer to water going bad on the long transport from England, even…See More
In a few sentences tell us something about yourself
we are bree and chloe.
picnicking is bree's favourite thing; creating a rustic meal, transporting the cutlery and tea cups outside of their proper homes and the sharing of food and conversation. chloe is more of a dinner party girl; divine courses to leave you feeling loved, satisfied and content with the world around you. combine those descriptions and hello pop-up restaurant!