Stefano FerroStefano is a cycling, movie and life style photographer with a big love for landscape & travel photography. This entry was posted in Cities and tagged Australia, city, Harbour Bridge, Hyde Park, Luna Park, Royal Botanical Gardens, Sydney, Sydney Opera House, Tasman Sea. A popular destination in the Dandenongs, Sky High provides almost a bird's eye view of Melbourne to onlookers. There's some (sheltered) outdoor seating, along with colouring sheets and some sports balls for the kids to play with. When this place is in full bloom, the landscape comes alive and engulfs you with its beauty.
There's a cafe where you can enjoy some casual food made from local Yarra Valley produce, or if you prefer there are scattered seats throughout if you want to bring your own food. If you want to bring your own picnic hamper and skip the restaurants and cafes, there's no place more spacious and playful than the Rhododendron Gardens. It's quite large, so you can spend a whole afternoon getting lost in amongst the trees or losing yourself to the views of the Dandenong area. Almost anywhere in these gardens would make a perfect spot for a picnic, on the grass or in one of the many gazebos.
WeekendNotes will notify you of the best free community events, concerts, exhibitions, cinema, festivals, and markets in your town or city. Melbourne Food Tours have expanded their already-enticing selection of food tours (spanning the city, Carlton and Prahran) with the exciting introduction of the Summer Foodies' Walking Tour of Melbourne.
After having had the pleasure of accompanying the food-wise and hospitable Allan Campion, also known as The Melbourne Foodie, and his lovely co-host Carmel on a tantalising trek around town, I remain enamoured with our wonderful city, its fascinating food history, and the seemingly endless array of fabulous food offerings from around the globe. And if anyone knows where to find them, it's the highly-esteemed and personable Allan Campion, Melbourne-based chef (with extensive overseas experience), food writer and food tour operator. He, together with Michelle Curtis, established the successful and ongoing Foodies' Diary in 1995, with the subsequent annual Foodies' Guide to Melbourne also a successful must-have that provides valuable, delectable insight into the city's very best food stores. Myself, eight or so fellow foodies (including four from interstate), Allan & Carmel met in town on a sunny Saturday morning, well-anticipating the next four hours of exploring Melbourne's latest foodie hot spots including restaurants, the best food stores and culinary icons, and some of the top treats around town. A seriously good coffee and Argentinean pastries featuring sticky, caramelly dolce de leite at the exciting San Telmo Argentinean bar and restaurant - complete with impressive Argentinean parilla (or charcoal BBQ), and great artifacts and stories from South America - got the morning off to a stimulating and sensory start.


Not in any particular order, as who can remember so many sensational food experiences packed into four hours? Ganache Chocolate for some extraordinary individual pralines made by master chocolatier, Arno Backes. International Diethies Cakes, in Lonsdale Street's Greek precinct, for some traditional Greek pastries. And, something to be remembered and savoured for its short shortcrust pastry and hot, light custardy filling, Chinese egg tarts (pictured top right) from Maxims' Bakery at 173 Little Bourke Street - well worth a special visit and waiting around for the next tray of hot tarts to be pulled from the oven.
Interspersed amidst the sweet treats - and fascinating anecdotes about Melbourne's food scene both now and in its early history - were a number of excellent savoury delights, including crisp, flavourful samosas from Ceylon Curry Corner, delectable roast duck, with glistening, crispy skin, from City BBQ, and some beautiful bread and savoury tart from the newly-opened Phillippa's Bakery and provision store in Howey Place. We finished with a (thankfully) light lunch and glass of wine at the highly-reputed, warm and welcoming eating house and bar, Cumulus Inc. It consisted of Peppers de Pedron, Fried Mussels on Toast with Curried Sweetcorn, and Wagyu Bresaola with Parmesan Cream and Fried Onion - beautifully presented and knowledgeably served in a bright space with open kitchen for connecting more closely to the fine food you're about to enjoy - or maybe a chat with the chef who's preparing it. It was a superb finish to a superb day - a must for anyone with an appreciation and respect for food sourced, prepared and served with passion, ethics and the high standards that make Melbourne one of the dining capitals of the world.
While the public Summer Foodies' Walking Tour of Melbourne runs on the third Saturday of the month through to March, Allan offers a range of other tours, including private, corporate and school group tours. He also established and oversees Melbourne Cooking Classes, with the sheer array of culinary experiences on offer here getting my tastebuds a-tingle. A benefit I found on the walking tour though is that the kilometres I covered made it easier to justify the calories I consumed - although the inspiring cultural experience nicely complemented with inspiring Melbourne food is really all the justification I needed. While no other foodie that I'm aware of has Allan's level of experience and finger on the pulse in terms of the local and ever-changing food scene, there are other Melbourne food tours, Victorian food tours and even designated coffee tours. However, for a top-class foodie tour, Melbourne Food Tours, in addition to offering very good value for money, is truly the upper crust. Coccinella sulla foglia, ha una risoluzione di 2560x1600 pixel e una dimensione di 681.82 kbytes. Per impostare quest'immagine come sfondo bisogna salvarla sul computer, cliccare col tasto destro del mouse sopra e scegliere "Imposta come Sfondo Desktop". When in Melbourne, his hometown, you will see him cycling around at sunset or sunrise looking for the best spot for a photo of this beautiful city.


If you want somewhere to sit outdoors, enjoy the weather and the immaculate views, then check out some of these places. It radiates with a sophisticated atmosphere, so enjoy a glass of wine whilst absorbing the stunning mountainous views. It is perhaps the most popular look-out to visit if you're in the area, so drop by and try and see if you can figure out where your house is! Don't be fooled, it's not all about the sweets as they also have a cafe with breakfast and lunch food in addition to their desserts.
You'll find plenty of bars and restaurants lined up against the coast such as Republica and Beachcomber Cafe, where I've enjoyed a lovely sticky date on a summer's night.
The ponds are picturesque, the bridges bring you amongst the greenery and the mountains make it feel like you've been transported to somewhere else entirely. Each area has its own lovely view whether it's because of the pond or cherry blossom trees. Allan is a walking (literally in this case) encyclopedia on all things food (fine food only, of course) in and around town. Sydney is well known for being an international center of commerce, culture, entertainment, and tourism. The city features many iconic places, structures, and parks, including the Sydney Opera House, the Harbour Bridge, Bondi Beach, Hyde Park, Luna Park, and the Royal Botanical Gardens.
The city is also known for its stunning architecture in a variety of both classic and contemporary styles. Visiting the city is a breeze with an impeccable public transportation system and a massive range of accommodation options.



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