My Year In Review (2015)

my year in review

Hi guys, it’s the end of the year; we made it! I hope that this year has been good to you all, and for those who can’t wait to see the back of 2015, I hope 2016 has better things in store for you. Because it’s the end of the year, it’s time for me to share my annual ‘year in review post‘, where I give you a brief summary of how this year was for me. Let’s get into it, shall we…
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Brunch Club at The Arborist

brunch club at the arboristThis past Sunday I finally managed to make it to another Brunch Club brunch; the last one I went to was in March. Yeah, I know, slack.

This month Brunch Club was at The Arborist, a rooftop bar and eatery that focuses on fresh and locally produced food. They also have a fairly decent gluten-free selection; I was impressed. Continue reading →

#TasteIndulge – Zomato Meetup At Chameleon Restaurant

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On Wednesday night, attended the first zomato meetup/food event held in Wellington. The event was held at Chameleon Restaurant at the Intercontinental Hotel, where we sampled a collection of plates from the new Autumn menu (Geoff Naumann the director of sales & marketing at the Intercontinental explained that the menu changes seasonally), which were paired with wines from Ata RangiContinue reading →

Review – Fisherman’s Plate: Pho

Pho

Today Phillip took me to Fisherman’s Table so I could have pho for lunch; I love pho so much, and it was the third time I’ve had pho for lunch this week, What?! It’s delicious and I’m sick, and the soup and noodles feel amazing on my sore throat.

Fisherman’s Plate is a small fish and chip shop on Bond Street; it’s unassuming, small and a bit dingy, but the food is AMAZING. My friend Rochelle took me there so we could get pho a couple of months ago, and I have been hooked on the place ever since. I was looking forward to getting some over the Christmas beak, but they closed so they could refurbish/give the place a paint job. I was pretty gutted, but the place is looking a lot brighter.  Continue reading →

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