Joined 12 January 2010 Cherrybrook, NSW
A very large department store right in the heart of Melbourne and next to rival store- Myer.
Lots of great clothes and there are staff who are ready to assist. Level 1 has a gorgeous selection of Australian and international designer labels.
The store has a beautiful ambience and you can spend hours here in fashion heaven!
Coffee is a little overpriced but the staff are nice and the set up is pretty impressive. They offer brewed and filtered coffee which start from $4 and go upwards to $6.
As the man next to me said "this is the most expensive coffee I have ever had!"
I am almost certain that this is the best Japanese restaurant I have ever experienced in Australia.
Hidden in the basement area of a city building, this dimly lit Japanese bar has about 50 seats. It opens at 5:30 and you can sit at the bar and watch the highly skilled chefs prepare your food with such care and precision.
Every dish was amazing but my favourite was the kingfish, the fried chicken and the seafood clam chowder which was a sweet broth of subtle and well balanced flavours.
It is a little pricey but the quality of the food is exceptional. It cost is about $140 for two of us.
A beautiful and well maintained zoo that seamlessly integrates the enclosures with the natural surroundings of the bush and rivers.
There are all your favourite Australian animals including koalas, platypus, Tasmanian devil, wombats and more.
The bird show was spectacular and is well worth the wait for the 2:30pm show.
The volunteers are so friendly and knowledgable. A must for tourists!
This place is all about the coffee. It's a tiny coffee shop - so tiny that there is only standing room inside. Outside there are 3 crates for 3 lucky people to sit down. Crowds of people wait for their coffee outside the little store because the coffee is that good.
I tried a single origin Kenyan filter coffee - full of flavour and great acidity.
Came here for a work conference but now I want to return for a holiday! One of the nicest hotels, with massive rooms, stunning bathrooms, amazing service and friendly staff.
The food was brilliant, I don't think I have ever experienced such delicious conference food. No boring sandwiches here- lightly steamed scallop filled dumplings, tender roast beef salad, warm poached chicken salads...
The breakfast is delicious too with such an impressive spread, they even have honey fresh from the comb...
Will definitely return!
Today I decided to take the plunge and say "feed me", which unlocks a treasure trove of delectable delights, a journey of the senses... A banquet Chin Chin style.
For $66 per person you get around 7 dishes plus dessert, sampling the best and most popular dishes at this thai inspired restaurant.
The lines are still long, the queue to put your name down starts at 5pm and you may only get a seat for 6pm... This is truly a favourite restaurant of local melbournians.
The BBQ salmon is always a favourite of mine but this time I tried dishes I previously hadn't had the pleasure of trying... Kingfish, the BBQ short ribs... The best butter chicken I have ever tasted...
It was a great experience and chin chin still remains as one of my favourite places to eat when in Melbourne!
Nice and comfortable with clean rooms, a good bed and the basics.
Location is excellent and the staff are accommodating.
Wifi is $25 a day, but it is a little slow and you need to pay an extra $5 for faster internet capped at 3,000MB.
A great aldi Ina convenient location! Lots of shoppers during lunchtime but the store is reasonably laid out and the checkouts move quickly.
Saw some brands such as Pantene and kelloggs which I was not expecting.
Love these markets! Full of fresh produce and happy sales assistants. Love wandering. Through the aisles and seeing the fish and meats on offer. The prices are super competitive so you can be sure the produce is fresh and affordable!
A large priceline store with a huge range of beauty and healthcare products. The staff are friendly and the prices are good. Saw a few products that were cheaper than Woolies and Coles.
They stock beauty brands such as Ponds, loreal, revlon and dr lewinns.
Great authentic Malaysian flavours, so popular they have 2 stores almost adjacent to each other. Their laksa is deliciously hearty and aromatic flavours fill the restaurant. The ambience is pretty casual with some seating outside.
The place is busy at lunch so come early or be prepared to wait.
When you have a bit of time to burn this is a great place to browse the latest trends. I love the quality of witchery clothes and they have nice basics to more luxurious fabrics such as silks and leather. There is a small selection of shoes and accessories. As a loyalty card member, it is hard to shop in other places as getting $15 for spending $150, is a great motivation to keep shopping here!
Still love the coffee here and when I am in a rush, I grab a coffee from here and a toastie, knowing my day is starting right.
The staff are friendly and are alway up for a laugh and the locals love it here, often bringing the whole family, including the dog. There are renovations happening in the surrounding areas, but the staff are very good about it all and the construction doesn't seem to be phasing the patrons. I would highly recommend this place~
If you don't drive your cars often I would highly recommend Youi! The phone assistants are very friendly, communicative and helpful. We save around $200 on our car insurance. The true test however, is when you need to make a claim. Youi were super friendly, processed our claim immediately, gave us the address of a repairer and were clear with instructions. I would highly recommend them!
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