Nic & Helen – London Correspondents
One from London the other from Down Under, these two made an impact on the Melbourne blogging scene in 2010 and are now sharking in London, the UK and Europe.
Frankie doesn’t remember the last time she spent an evening in, and indeed uses both fridge and oven as storage space. A street food junkie with startling capacity, she is typically found killing off the latest hangover with poncy craft beer and whatever filthy, dripping burger is being currently touted as “best in London”.
annixontong is all about the food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food food. You’ll also find him on Twitter (https://twitter.com/annixontong) and Instagram (https://www.instagram.com/annixontong).
Lucy grew up in Wellington, New Zealand, moved to Melbourne in 2010, and moved to London in 2015. When she’s not busy travelling, she indulges in her other favourite passtime: exploring this amazing city, one restaurant or bar at a time.
When Mel isn’t filling her passport with stamps, she’s letting Melbourne’s multi-cultural food scene bring the world to her on a silver platter (or whatever strange hipster dinnerware every second cafe and restaurant seems to use). She loves the full spectrum of cuisines you can find hidden in this city’s cobbled laneways, from coriander-infused Asian fusions to artery-clogging American burgers and chicken wings.
Originally from Singapore and working for Singapore Airlines for many years taught Angela the essence of good food and good service. Is now food fighting the good fight for us! Angela also experiments with old Peranakan recipes to try to bring new products to market.
Music & Gig Correspondent
Music Enthusiast, gig go-er and Designer. 4 Years ago George left the quiet life of Hampshire behind and moved to London to study at Central Saint Martins College of Art & Design. You will find him trying to wing a last minute ticket outside Brixton Academy or fast asleep on the night bus home.
Kuala Lumpur Correspondents
Both know the street food dining scene of Kuala Lumpur like the back of each other’s hands. They adore Milo Dinosaurs, seeking out the best traditional Malaysian dishes around town and travelling.
Liam and Sam like the finer things in life and won’t blink at dropping some hard earned cash if they believe that it may be an experience that doesn’t come around often. They’re all about the cronuts and like their steak rare.
A lover of South East Asian Flavours, James keeps us all up to date with his favourite places to dine while also proving thoughtful pieces on the ever changing Melbourne dining scene.
Originally a contributor in Melbourne before joining the team in London, Erin’s now back home and keeping us up to dat with all the goings on in Melbourne and it’s surrounds.