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Gauge, Brisbane

Published 26th July 2015 | Review

Dish of Smoked fish at Gauge, Brisbane

Gauge is one of our favourite breakfast places in Australia. Tucked away across the river from the CBD, this popular restaurant seems to tick all of the boxes. The coffee is excellent, the food is seriously good and the staff are efficient, friendly and incredibly enthusiastic about what they are doing.

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Le Canon, Nice

Published 5th July 2015 | Review

Photo of Le Canon restaurant in Nice, France

Le Canon in Nice is a great place to find expertly cooked food of great provenance and a stellar list of natural wines from throughout France chosen by owner S├ębastien Perinetti. But it is more than a restaurant, you can also drop in here at any time to buy a bottle or two or three of wine from the well-stocked cellar. We are looking forward to our next visit here soon.

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Jewish Cookery by Leah Leonard

Published 31st May 2015 | Review

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<p>Jewish Cookery by Leah Leonard is a fascinating tour through the foods of a number of countries where food is cooked in accordance with Jewish dietary laws. The book was first published in London in 1949 and remained popular well into the 1970s.</p>
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Tipo 00, Melbourne

Published 5th April 2015 | Review

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<p>Tipo 00 in Melbourne's CBD is a fantastic addition to the restaurant scene. The food is classic Italian, the vibe is exciting and the wine selection is clever, straddling the line between the classics and the needs of the hipster generation. The service is sharp, the food excellent and you can drop in any time for a snack. In the evenings reservations are not taken at the bar so it is relatively easy to secure a seat.</p>
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