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It’s almost summer in beautiful, downtown Melbourne and time for Greedy Girl and gluttonous husband to throw off the heavy coats and embrace a special part of the world, their balcony that overlooks the city. [Read more...]

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You know a restaurant is hot when the staff call three times to reconfirm a reservation. Such was the case at new Melbourne laneway eatery Lucy Liu Kitchen and Bar, the latest effort from noted [Read more...]

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Japanese chef Tetsuya Wakuda has called Sydney home for more than 30 years and started his culinary odyssey there as a humble kitchen hand. It didn’t take long for Sydney’s restaurant luminaries at the time [Read more...]

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Other Australian cities have tried to emulate Melbourne’s laneway culture with limited amounts of success. The city has transformed derelict commercial spaces with an ever-growing band of bars, boutiques and – of course – restaurants. [Read more...]

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To paraphrase Star Trek (and to carbon date Greedy Girl), it’s Chinese Jim, but not as we know it. Flower Drum, in a paved laneway off Chinatown in Melbourne’s Little Bourke Street, has been the [Read more...]

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Greedy Girl is a big fan of the British stylist Gok Wan. An avid follower of his ‘frock’ shows, they’re usually recorded and enjoyed at night when gluttonous husband has gone off to the land [Read more...]

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Moonee Ponds – it’s a wonderfully Australian name for a suburb, made famous as the ‘home’ of that great Australian comedic export to the world, Dame Edna Everage. While dear old Edna put Moonee Ponds [Read more...]

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