This trip to LA, USA was taken pre Covid. Just wanted to create a little escapism for the many in lock-down around the world.
Philippe is a French gem owned and run by celebrity chef Philippe Mouchel. It was a no brainer for La Chaine des Rotisseurs, Victoria to choose this wonderful French restaurant to hold their AGM and dinner. Having trained with Paul Bocuse, Philippe worked for him in Japan and Melbourne running his operations. Then he set... Continue Reading →
So why is it that some Mexican restaurants highlight 'Dia de Muertos'? Well the Day of the Dead is a national holiday at the beginning of November in Mexico. In ancient Mexican cultures it is a time of celebration - the good and evil were not separated and everything is part of a cycle, and... Continue Reading →
Fabulous dinner hosted by Darren Harris of Grand Millesime introducing 18 new Rhone producers wines.
When this art exhibition publicises affordable they mean it. With a cap of AUD12,000 there is something for everyone's budget.
It is always fun to get out and about in Melbourne and there is certainly plenty on offer. My top picks are the following: October 2018 MADIBA THE MUSICAL is currently showing at the Comedy Theatre in the city. I was lucky to be invited to the preview which was excellent. The musical portrays the... Continue Reading →
Waterfalls, walking trails, superb places to eat. Zip lining, treetop walks, light houses, helicopter rides, paddling through marine reserves ...such fun on the Great Ocean Road.
On a recent jaunt to Sydney having revisited some of our favourite haunts around Circular Quay and the Rocks, we decided not to be phased by the rain and enjoy more of Sydneys landscape, so we decided to bite the bullet and go for a trip on a Harley Davidson and what a great decision... Continue Reading →
Please note the list below is our selection of what you can look forward to in the next quarter. I hope you like our top pics. May 7- June 12 Singing in the Rain – (Andam Garcia) @ Her Majesty’s Theatre May 13- July 17 The Sound of Music – (Cameron Daddo & Amy Lehpamer)... Continue Reading →