Inspirational Monday

Who says Vegetarian can't enjoy good food?

Steam some baby potatoes and broccolis, sprinkle on some fresh herbs and a dash of pepper. Serve with side Edamame and Japanese sushi roll [egg & cucumber]. There goes a delicious & healthy meal. Also, do you know that 100 calories of Broccoli has higher protein level than 100 calories of beef? [Source: veganstreet.com]

Yummm.

Just came back from a short weekend trip tp Singapore, tried amazing coffee and vegetarian food, attended fancy exhibitions, saw fake snow, sang along Christmas carols and all I can say is that I'm fully recharged. Christmas in Singapore was a great one and we can't wait to share our experience. Bring on the week people! 

Thank you for reading and Happy Monday <3

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Food In Melbourne // Market Lane Coffee



Market Lane Coffee.

A full time instagram user would have heard of the oh-so-famous MLC. Situated in the heart of Queen Victoria Market, the laid-back coffee shop has it personal vibes that stands out in a subtle way. Very minimal & humble indeed. Did some coffee research and after 10 mins of professional scribbles, we manage to draw down a short list and MLC was right on top!

Ordered Cappucino as usual but this time round, accompanied by a side of Blueberry pastry. To my disappointment, the coffee was just alright. Tasted better ones in Melbourne therefore MLC's version of Cappucino did not rock my socks. But. Oh. My Gawd. Fresh blueberries on flakey pastry goodness was so delicious. The unexpected explosion and juicy surprise made my day :)

Have never been a berry person but since that day onwards, I ventured out into berries from different colours to sizes. I guess that's what life is. Sometimes we've just got to take the plunge and then realize: " That wasn't that bad too huh ". Thank you for reading beautiful and Happy Friday!

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Food In Tasmania // Machine Laundry Cafe

A place with major personality. The <Machine Laundry Cafe> reminded me of restaurants in the 90s where hipster kids would hang out at. There were washing machines spinning literally. Also, a little walled-humour tickled my funny bone. Stood there reading every single piece of poster & artwork stuck onto the mint green wall whilst waiting for my food to be served. 

Ordered the oh-so typical brunch option. Bacon on toast with poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. The toast was normal, good, because we were spoiled by the fantastic sourdough from

here

and

here

so it wasn't a huge breakthrough. However, those poached eggs and coffee were delightful. Aromatic and way stronger than the others I've had in town. Yet again, the place was packed by locals so you know its a must go when you're in Hobart, Tasmania.

Snagged some free postcards on the wall and saw a lady chowing her cereal bowl thing. Darn. Wish I had that so now it only means I gotta head back for that cereal, coffee and free postcards. Hehe.

Machine Laundry Cafe

Address : 12 Salamanca Square, Battery Point TAS 7004 Australia.

Hours   : 7:30a.m.-5:00p.m.

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