Sitting proudly in Woolloomooloo Bay, Sydney, is one of Australia's most famous and enduring culinary institutions. It is none other that the world famous Harry’s Cafe de Wheels. If Sydney nominated a spiritual home for late night snacking, it would be here. Harry's pies has occupied it’s spot between Woolloomooloo and Kings Cross for more … Continue reading Harry’s Cafe De Wheels
Located on Le Plateau in Montreal, Schwartz deli has been serving up the best sandwich in Montreal for years!
A recipe that we picked up in Chiang Mai, stir fry pork with hot basil leaves became a firm favourite in our repertoire. It takes about fifteen minutes to prep and only around five minutes to cook!
Papaya salad is simple, healthy and absolutely delicious. It quickly became a favourite lunchtime snack of ours, and we were very happy to find out how easy it was to make!
Egg Coffee was something we were introduced to in Hanoi, it quickly became one of our favourite things to enjoy on a lazy morning! Not exactly food, not exactly drink - but amazing none the less!! Vietnamese coffee is dripped through whisked egg yolks, condensed milk and sugar. It's so thick that you need a … Continue reading Egg Coffee! Trust us, just try it.
Even before we crossed the border into Vietnam from Cambodia we were excited about the food! If I'm brutally honest, Cambodian food isn't great - so having some amazing and varied cuisine to look forward to was great! Here are our top 5 picks of Vietnamese food. 1. Pho Otherwise known as Vietnams national dish … Continue reading Vietnamese food – our top 5!
Something that we found both novel and addictive in Siem Reap were Ice Cream Rolls. Coming in a variety of flavours and available all around the night market area, possibly the coolest thing about these was to watch them being made! The vendor would mix fruit or chocolate with sugar and cream, then pour the … Continue reading Ice Cream Rolls! The ‘coolest’ snack in Siem Reap