Hongyun Chinese Restaurant
209 Bourke St
The sweet smell of freedom is so close! Alas, the journey is not over...I merely decided not to prioritise and went out shopping instead ^^; Lunch was at Hongyun - I don't know why we ordered the cooked cabbage. While 'healthy' and pleasantly crunchy, it was damn oily. Ah, typical asian restaurants.. *shakes head*
Vegetarian dumplings - how could I pass? I swear I've tasted this combination before, there was that same prominence of mushrooms!
Honestly I wasn't expecting a fantastic meal, just something to fill the stomach which Hongyun did. There are a lot of other restaurants to eat at when you're feeling stingy though, and I can't give you a straight answer as to why you'd specifically pick this one.
Cacao Fine Chocolates and Patisserie
I know I'm the one that said I wanted to go shopping, but I'm not one of those women who immediately forget about their fatigue and can ignore their aching feet when doing so - I need sustenance! I seek salvation! Food delivers.
Coffee was Mother's actually. She approved ^^
On the sweet side, I found the macarons too grainy. They're finer and smoother at LBM.
La Belle Miette
Macaron stack #2
I got the lemon one on, then it fell over just as I got the camera ready. Sucks TT
Damage to the lemon one during transportation.
It's going to take me a while to get over the pretty pastel colours. As for now, my favoured flavours are dark chocolate and earl grey (lemon was too strong for me :/)