Indonesian Fine Dining at Kaum, Seminyak, Bali

We were lucky enough on our recent trip to Bali to be invited to eat at Kaum a new Indonesian restaurant at the very popular Potato Head Beach Club in Seminak.

This is their second restaurant, which opened at the end of October, and they have high hopes for it, following the recent addition of their Hong Kong restaurant to the Michelin Guide. Kaum is very firmly at the fine dining end of the Bali restaurant spectrum and if they continue to perform as they did on the day we ate there, I have every confidence they'll be in the Indonesian Michelin Guide this time next year.

Missing Home & A Merry Christmas from Down Under

This year, for the first time in my entire 32 years of life, I won't be spending Christmas with my family. You probably already know why, I've talked about it enough. Because Dave and I are away in Australia. 


The Night Noodle Market, Melbourne

The Night Noodle Market is something which I think is pretty well known to foodies around Australia. It's essentially a travelling street food event which moves around the country featuring live music, drinks and of course, amazing Asian cuisine from hawker style stalls.

filipino bbq chicken at the night noodle market in melbourne


Winter Cheats BBQ Beer Can Chicken

I really love a good BBQ and as we'll be spending Christmas in Australia this year, we've decided to celebrate the day with one on the beach. Yeah I know… a bit cliched but what the hell! We'll be there, santa hats and sunglasses at the ready!


Festive Gift Ideas for the Foodie in your life!

So, it's that time of year again! It comes round fast doesn't it? Behold… my annual Gingey christmas gift guide.

I love writing this blog post because it's a chance for me to peruse all the things I'm secretly hoping will be bought for me! I've split it into sections; things to eat & drink, experiences, gadgets & stocking fillers. So, without further ado…


Travel Bites: Eating & Drinking in Fremantle, Western Australia

The city of Fremantle in Western Australia is a pretty place full of Victorian architecture and with the feel of a frontier outpost turned hippy. Although it's technically called a 'city', Freo (as it's known by the locals) is really just a town with around 35,000 inhabitants. If you compare this to Bristol (430,000) or Leicester (330,000) it's tiny!

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