Thursday, August 6

First night in Melbourne

Naturally its all about the food (or at least the shops haven't opened). We went to a Korean restaurant called the Oriental Spoon for dinner and shared some entrees and a main. All very tasty with a good crowd of locals.

As entrees we had a familiar but tasty seaweed salad, some steamed pork and vegetable dumplings, kimchi jeon which was a kind of pancake, and some little balls which where a bit like croquettes with pieces of octopus hiding inside them. Main course, which was shared at the same time was pork ribs -  we think baby pork given they were tiny - but delicious!

By the time we finished it seemed to only be 9pm so we had a pleasant wander the long way home picking out all the shoe shops to come back to in shopping hours!

4 comments:

Jac said...

Dang that sounds good! I'm in a workshop all day and starving!!

Big A said...

You girls know how to have good time, don't you?

Josie said...

My Papa is saying that about the food AND the shoe shops you know?
He's a sucker for a good shoe shop, I hope you find the perfect pair of shoes to go under a certain white dress . . .

Holy said...

That sounds interesting, great in fact, my mouth is watering to see you in the picture, thanks for th post.

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