Three Bags Full, Richmond

I’ve always tried to follow the rule to do what the locals do when travelling (they know the best places). A chance to catch up with lovely local G who took us to her favourite brunch place: Three Bags Full. Yay! Thank gosh she took me, otherwise I wouldn’t have ventured out of the city – one of my favourite meals in the entire trip, yep that’s how high ranked it is.

Three Bags Full

Yes, this smashed avocado dish had me wanting to throw all my money at it – just take it, take it all! Smooth, creamy avocado and a nice surprise biting into the feta cheese mixed in. Slices of radishes was dressed on top that gave the dish more texture and made me feel a wee bit healthier :) All this piled high on extremely crunchy toast – more than filling, I didn’t want to stop eating.

Three Bags Full Smashed Avocado on Toast

Smashed Avocado on toast with yarra valley feta, cherry tomatoes, radish, black sesame and extra virgin olive oil ($16)

C’s pulled pork burger was fresh and delicious – soft pulled pork meat, drizzled with bbq sauce all sitting inside fresh brioche bread mmm.

Three Bags Full pulled pork

Braised pulled pork shoulder on toasted brioche with celeriac remoulade house made barbeque sauce ad pickled green tomato ($13)

Thank you G for taking us – another food highlight of the trip :) I can see why it’s her favourite brunch place with all this amazing, pretty plated food.

Food: 4/5
Service: 3/5
Atmosphere: 3/5

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Melbourne Series 2014

C and I went for an extreme food crawl through Melbourne for 4 days during the Adelaide Cup holiday. We thought we were smart going only on an Adelaide long weekend. We were not. It was Labour Day in Melbourne – luckily things were still open :) Here is a list of the places we ate at:

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