Cafe Bali

Katrina Whitehead Reader Find

By Katrina Whitehead in Cool Travel on Friday 1 April 2011

Cafe Bali is considered somewhat of an institution in Seminyak, Bali. With mismatched furniture and an open, relaxed vibe, it’s the perfect place to while away the hours – reading, writing or just hanging with some rather beautiful people.

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Il Fornaio cafe in Melbourne

The Urban Grocer Contributor

By The Urban Grocer in New Food and Packaging on Friday 20 August 2010

If you were counted among the over one million Australians that obsessively tuned in to Masterchef each week, recounting the details on Twitter and biting your nails along the way, then you may indeed be experiencing the emptiness of withdrawal. Well, we’ve got a cure: supremely satisfying sweets made by award-winning Melbourne-born pastissier and Masterchef guest chef, Philippa Sibley.

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Melbourne’s Cibi Cafe

Jacqui Alexander Reader Find

By Jacqui Alexander in Cool Travel on Wednesday 18 August 2010

Cibi, in Japanese meaning “a little one,” is exactly what you feel like when taking your chopsticks to your breakfast on a sunny Saturday morning in the backstreets of oh-so-cool Collingwood, Melbourne. It’s an exciting new experience tucking into a bowl of soba noodles for breaky or wandering around the Japanese trinket store connected to […]

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Cape Town’s Afro Cafe

The Urban Grocer Contributor

By The Urban Grocer in Cool Travel on Tuesday 15 June 2010

With the World Cup officially kicked off in South Africa, it’s time to celebrate the country’s bold culture, art, and style. And if you’re in Cape Town, a great spot to get down with South African talent is at Afro Café.

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Laurie’s Vegetarian in Sydney

Michelle Wilding Reader Find

By Michelle Wilding in Cool Travel on Friday 11 June 2010

This simple, easy on the pocket shop, located on the beach end of Bondi’s main strip offers the most delicious, home-made tasting food I’ve ever tried. Every dish tantalizes my taste buds and the gym junkie in me adores the fact that it’s so healthy.

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Monk Bodhi Dharma cafe, Melbourne

Jacqui Alexander Reader Find

By Jacqui Alexander in Cool Travel on Friday 7 May 2010

Despite its inconspicuous location (in a parking lot alleyway) Monk Bodhi Darma is Melbourne’s newest treat to the café society’s ranks. Café connoisseurs are filling this cosy cavern of exposed brick walls and long oak tables to be served the delicious grind from Five Senses. Sustainability is at the core of the global menu, with […]

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