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When in Asia, the Sunday champagne brunch is almost obligatory. For a very reasonable investment (usually) you can spend several hours in comfortable surrounds, drinking fine champagne and grazing on a range of delights. But [Read more...]

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Asia has it all going on when it comes to champagne brunches, so when we found out about the Dom Perignon Sunday brunch, we were there in a Hong Kong minute. Ozone is the restaurant/bar/nightclub [Read more...]

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The Champagne Sunday brunch is a wonderful thing, especially when travelling through Asia. Like a lot of big cities, Bangkok is spoiled for choice. Having tried the excellent Voila at the Sofitel Sukhumvit last trip, this time [Read more...]

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Given what Bali is all about, we didn’t expect to find much in the way of fine dining. Our experience of beach clubs (see the post about La Laguna here) indicated that the food was [Read more...]

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There’s always something happening in beautiful downtown Melbourne with food and wine choices galore. Greedy Girl and gluttonous husband were invited to the launch of a new prosecco and jumped at the offer. Prosecco is [Read more...]

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The last time Greedy Girl and gluttonous husband dined at Iggy’s, it was Singapore’s top-ranked restaurant on the San Pellegrino listings and still located in the Regent Hotel. The experience was, quite frankly, underwhelming. Given [Read more...]

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There are some restaurants that don’t have to worry about repeat bookings. Le Jules Verne, on one of the viewing decks of the Eiffel Tower, is a classic example. Waiting in line for the tiny [Read more...]

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