Shaun and Lisa tried the Thai Pavilion at its new location. See how they rated the restaurant for this week's Yum column.
17 acts performing live celebrating local original music!
Shaun and Lisa venture this week to Ballarat Indian Restaurant in Eureka. See how they rated their curry in a hurry.
Recently I celebrated my 32nd birthday by going out to dinner with some of my closest friends at the newly opened Portico on Sturt. Curiously enough, the last time head chef Nathan Kooman cooked for my birthday was exactly sixteen years ago for my sixteenth birthday.
Shaun and Lisa join a group of friends for some Chinese at this Ballarat landmark. See how they rated the food at this long standing eatery.
This week Shaun and Lisa had the chance to sample some Japanese at Asahi on Humffray Street with little Piper in tow. Read their article to see what the three opinions were of this restaurant.
This week Shaun and Lisa visit the revamped Agastinos, Table 48. Check out their article to see what's the same and what's different about this old favourite.
With the MasterChef craze still affecting the nation, it can be seen that a new trend regarding the way we value food is beginning to emerge. The humble pub fare of ‘Pot and Parma' seems to slowly be morphing into a desire for fancier cuisines, with bigger flavours for the same great price. In
Shaun and Lisa head to Veer Italia with some friends. Read how they rated this Italian restaurant.
Feeling like something different, Shaun and Lisa tried some curry in a hurry. Check out their review on The Ballarat Curry House.
Happy Anniversary! Here's some Mexican food... This week Shaun and Lisa visit Zaragosa for their anniversary and a great meal.
Shaun and Lisa sample some tasty Chinese from the Inn of Khong but not as they initially planned.
Sick of cardboard pizza from the chain stores? This week Shaun and Lisa got Friday night take away from local favourite, Rizzo's Pizza.
Shaun and Lisa visited Melbourne this week for a spot of shopping and food. This week's edition of Yum showcases the food on offer in Melbourne, whether it is a quick bite, dinner, or a watering hole to fill up in between shops.
Several months ago I was told that Ballarat didn't really have many cafes that were worth visiting.My discovery of Yummy Cakes Patisserie has definitely led me to believe that I was misinformed!
Wondering where to go for a cheap but satisfyingly delicious bite to eat? This week Shaun and Lisa review Ballarat's Thai Fusion - have a read and see how the restaurant rated!
Mother's Day, 12:30pm, driving around in the rain, hungry 2 year old screaming in the back of the car, another typical last minute, unorganised disaster brought to you by the Lawsons! After the 4th or 5th polite rejection, we were almost ready to throw in the towel and head for the Macca's drive-th
The Ballarat Leagues Club in Mair St, Ballarat. When going to a bistro on a holiday eve with a 2 year old in tow, it's always a good idea to be early, first in first served, and as usual we were the first ones there! We asked to be seated right next to the Kiddy Korner, a room that's really design
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Think funky retro cafe/restaurant boasting five rooms decked out with junk shop treasures. Come in and experience the Asian and Middle Eastern inspired menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner...
2 Burnbank St - Ballarat
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Portico on Sturt provides our customers with a casual dining experience in our new cafe which features a menu with a Spanish twist. Our delicious menu features an extensive range of tapas options which will surprise and ..