This is the first time ever that I had my readers approach me to complete a review. Plus being a local in the area, definitely helped too. What started off as a small request turned into something even more extravagant. One of them being the generosity of the owners that not only ensured my meals were plenty but that most of their food was covered in my review. I wished I had a second stomach. At the end of my review, my sides were splitting, from laughter and the delicious food. Step into the rabbit hole…
I was introduced to Chapter Too on a whim. I had a friend recommend it and said I HAD to go there. Especially for their breakfast menu. So when he was back in town with another good pal – the adventure began!
Consumed: Sharing is Caring
Drank: Long Black Coffee
I was told that I had to try this place. And when my friend raves about a place. I have to try it. How good is The Penny Drop? I have rushed home to write a review straight away. Yes. It’s that good. Continue reading
This place holds a special spot in my heart. They managed to cater for the gluten and dairy intolerant without the fuss – making a team lunch for my milestone birthday a massive hit.
First, let me paint the scene for you..
It was a typical Tasmanian Winter late morning – dreary and overcast, with the leaves just sopping with rain. Just finished an early shift at work and with a hot coffee and food in the front of my mind, and my mum having a day off work, the idea of a spontaneous brunch out became a reality.
A pretty standard outing, yet with an especially great reward.
Hands down, the best dumpling place after a big night out, or just a big appetite. Bring cash. But you won’t need much of it to fill you. Continue reading
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Good healthy food. Doesn’t need to be complex to be healthy and delicious.
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