It’s not that I was disappointed with Between Cafe & Eatery, but I wasn’t blown away either. Honestly? I don’t know what all the fuss is about.
The quickest and easiest way to work out if we’re going to be friends, for me, is to go to brunch. Either way I’m getting some delicious food out of […]
After a manic first week I was on a high and with Zac at work and me busying my self with some serious life admin, I didn’t have time to […]
One of my favourite things about being back in Melbourne is the opportunity to brunch. I hadn’t realised quite how much of a guilty pleasure brunch was for me, but […]
I’m becoming a bit of a regular at the hospital. Between physiotherapy appointments and scans and general shoulder attention I feel like I’m always there. Another physio appointment, an early […]
The inside space at Tusk is limited, so the majority of the seating is outside. You’re packed in quite tightly, but while you are, at times a flick of the hair away from taking someone’s eye out, it didn’t feel like we were cramped or penned in.
It was lucky the atmosphere was so lovely, because we were about to spend a long time at Orange.
There was a warm and friendly atmosphere the brief moments we spent in the restaurant which seemed to contradict the almost industrial interior, there were a lot of guys in suits and decent amount of hipster looking people too (although having said that, I’m in Melbourne, they’re all hipster looking), but the baristas really seemed to know what they were doing and care about what they were selling.
The weather was lovely, nice and warm without being oppressive and with the novelty of being able to dine al fresco far from having worn off, we grabbed a seat outside and waited for the rather charming waiter to get us some water.
The staff are really friendly and it reminds me of all my favourite indie/hipster brunch holes and bars in Newcastle – so in a strange way it felt like home.