This week has been an especially epic week for food. Last night I went to a new French restaurant in South Yarra called Entrecôte. They serve one main course consisting of some of the best steak I've ever eaten, paired with french fries and a salad for the table to share. We topped it off with a bottle of Pinot Noir Rose, which was perfect for the steak. I literally cannot recommend this restaurant enough. At $39/person plus drinks it was a bit pricier than my usual weekday meal out with friends, but 100% worth it and I plan on taking Peter back there in the near future. For one thing, the ambiance is just so cute and French. Not that I've actually been to France, but Sylvie tells me it's very French! The only downside was the dim lighting, which wasn't ideal for iPhone photography, so keep in mind the photos don't do the meal justice.
After we finished eating, Sylvie gave Katie and me some gifts she picked up on her trip home to Belgium and her weekend in Paris.
Manneken Pis statue in Brussels. Yep, it's a peeing boy and it's awesome.
For lunch today I headed to Empress of China in Chinatown with Genevieve and Jasmine.
The entrance to Chinatown obstructed by a beautiful white truck.
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Tonight Peter and I went to Arbory, which is right across the bridge from us and next to Flinders Street Station.
And of course after dinner we hit up Brunetti for their amazing flourless chocolate cake. And this is why I don't own a scale.
Also, I found this hilarious article on Twitter today. It's about the types of annoying people on public transport in Melbourne, but I can imagine it applies to any city.