After an afternoon at the footy watching Hawthorn capitulate yet again we headed to the western side of the CBD in search of dinner in the small laneways.
Just off Lonsdale Street between King and Spencer Streets is a little laneway called Rose Lane and on this laneway you’ll find a Korean Restaurant called Korean Table.
It was pretty quiet when we arrived around 6pm so were able to grab a table straightaway.
The menu looks good and for the three of us we ordered
- Mandu – Korean dumplings
- Korean boneless fried chicken
- Bo Ssam
- Kimchi Bu-Chim-Gae – Korean pancake
This was enough food to fill the three of us and they all tasted great but the pick of the day was the fried chicken which was excellent.
I had a first this evening. I’d never had Pakistani food before and we headed to Khabbay on Lygon Street in Carlton. From what we’d heard Khabbay is well know in the Pakistani community for good, authentic food.
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I had a day off work to do some running around and I found myself in Malvern at lunch time in between chores.
A quick look at the map pointed me towards a close by Vietnamese pho restaurant so I headed on in.
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Shanghai Street is a small chain of restaurants in the Melbourne CBD specialising in dumplings and buns. Tonight we’d be eating at their Little Bourke Street restaurant.
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It was a weird summer Saturday afternoon in Melbourne. It was very quiet due to the burgeoning number of omicron cases sweeping through except for the “Freedom” super spreader demonstration that came through the city just after lunch.
Anyway, once the Darwin Award nominees had finished their march past a mate and I decided to head out for a beer in North Melbourne at Benchwarmer. When we arrived it was eeriely quiet but while beer was available the kitchen was closed.
As we had our first beer we decided to head out for dinner afterwards to the close by Three Crowns Hotel but we found that they were closed due to staff shortages. Mulling over the options we chose to see if Errol’s on Errol Street was open for pizza.
As we walked down the quietest Errol Street I have ever seen with only a smattering of places open we spied that Errol’s was open and we could sit outside.
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