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My Food Trail has a new contributor!

by April@MyFoodTrail on November 20, 2015

in Miscellaneous

I am pleased to welcome my brother, Brando, as a new contributor and writer to the My Food Trail blog! He is otherwise known as @brandothepig on Instagram and loves eating and taking photos of his food as much as I do. Maybe even more :)

Brando is a keen home cook and I have been very lucky to have had a number of his delicious meals. He will be sharing some recipes on My Food Trail as well as writing up his restaurant visits.

So My Food Trail readers can get to know Brando a bit better, I asked him some food related questions below. You’ll notice that typical questions such as “What is your favourite food?” or “What is your favourite restaurant?” have been excluded because I know how hard it is for a foodie to answer those questions with just one response!

April: What is the most unusual item in your pantry/refrigerator?

Brando: Whenever I travel, I always have to bring local food specialities back home with me, so my pantry looks a bit like the United Nations of food. I have shrimp chilli oil from Thailand, wakame seaweed from Japan, maple butter from Canada, aceto balsamico from Italy and seaweed pork floss egg rolls from a recent trip to Macau. The most unusual item in my pantry however, would be the various Ferran Adria branded powders and agents I still have from my dabble in molecular gastronomy during the reign of the El Bulli days. It’s probably more unusual that they are expired and I can’t bring myself to throw these big, almost full tins out!

A: Unlike some men who don’t have a sweet tooth, you definitely do! What would be your dream cake?

B: It’s funny that I don’t really think I’m a sweet tooth. Nine times out of ten I would choose an entrée over a dessert, but then I look over my Instagram feed and see how much sugar I actually eat. No wonder I’m not losing weight haha. When I think of a dream cake, I think of the most memorable cake I’ve eaten – my wedding cake. It was a giant croquembouche from Adriano Zumbo Patisserie, which my amazing Mother-in-law then pimped up with Persian fairy floss, dried figs and candied flower petals. It definitely needs texture. I’m a texture junkie…

A: Do you have a food hero/chef crush?

B:I have too many to mention! If I could only pick one, I would have to choose Massimo Bottura. He is a legend in my eyes. I went to a couple of his masterclasses at the Melbourne Food and Wine show, and I ate at his 3 Michelin restaurant in Moderna, Italy. The way he crafts his ideas, the way he bends food concepts into emotion and nostalgia is just awe inspiring. Honourable mentions to Grant Achatz and Heston Blumenthal too.

A: What is your favourite snack food?

B: Like I said, I’m a texture junkie. Give me anything with a crunch. Crackling. Corn nuts. Chips.

A: What is your guilty food pleasure?

B: Bacon. And lots of it. Even worse I think would be my bacon jam because it is also loaded with sugar. And don’t get me started on icecream and donuts!!!

A: What would be your last meal?

B: It would be the ultimate degustation. Dan Hunter’s eel bone marrow dish, Grant Achatz’s hot potato cold potato, plus his Basque cake for dessert, Martin Berasategui’s gin apple cucumber celery dessert, Mark Best’s Chocolate Ecrasse, a couple of courses from Vue Du Monde, actually, this question was a bad idea haha.

A: What won’t you eat?

B: I’ll usually try everything and anything at least once. For example, I accidently ordered chicken sashimi (ie raw chicken) in Japan, and thought “I may regret this” but tried it anyway. There was one time however, I got really sick eating pork ribs from a well known chain, losing about 5kgs in five days. I’m still scarred from it so I don’t really touch pork ribs. I’m not particularly fond of durian, goats cheese or offal either, but that’s not to say I absolutely wouldn’t eat it.

A: What did you have for dinner last night?

B: Pan fried salmon with homemade basil and cashew pesto, asparagus and a raw salad of beetroot, green apple, carrots, coriander and toasted pepitas.

A: What is your most memorable food experience?

B: Such a hard question so I will answer it broadly. My most memorable food city is definitely, hands down San Sebastian in Spain. It is an absolute food mecca up there, which I have so many fond food memories. The best meal I’ve ever eaten was closeby at the eponymous 3 Michelin restaurant called Martin Berasategui in Gipuzkoa. I was absolutely floored by the balance of intensity and delicateness of the Basque flavours, along with the inventiveness of the dishes. It transported me into food heights I never imagined possible. The whole experience, including the impeccable service, was faultless.

Thanks Brando! Look out for his posts coming soon.

Over & Out, April xx


Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen
2 Convention Centre Place, South Wharf VIC
Hilton Melbourne South Wharf
(03) 9027 2122

This post is long overdue and it certainly feels like a distant memory since I was having the best time on my staycation at the wonderful Hilton Hotel in South Wharf stuffing myself silly with good food! At least I get to relive it through sharing this post hey?!

Hilton South Wharf Hilton Hotel by the riverside

I was invited along to experience 24 hours of Hilton dining and hospitality starting with check in at the fabulous Hilton Hotel at South Wharf, Melbourne. It’s located right next to DFO South Wharf and close by to the Melbourne Exhibition and Convention Centre. I got a city view room on the 10th floor, which had uninterrupted 180 degree views of the Yarra River and Melbourne city. It was such a stunning view, I could have sat on the lounge chair and admired the view for hours.

View of Melbourne from Hilton South Wharf The beautiful view from the room

The room was spacious and the bathroom had a separate bath tub (no spa). And the bed. OMG, the bed. I wish I could have taken it home with me! It was a heavenly night’s sleep. Also contributing to a good nights sleep was the total block out (electric) blinds. I LOVE block out blinds. Sleep is so precious to me as I have a young toddler who wakes up early and occasionally through the night, so on my one night away from him, I had the chance for a rare, undisturbed sleep AND a sleep in!! I was totally going to make use of that and was thankful for the complete block out blinds. I also had ear plugs with me to further ensure a good night’s sleep!

Inside the Hilton South Wharf room The luxurious bed

Dinner that night was downstairs at the Hilton Hotel restaurant, Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen. I didn’t have a good impression of hotel restaurants, thinking of them more as a last resort rather than a first choice, but I am glad to say that Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen has changed that view! Executive Chef Glenn Wright has built the menu inspired by the concept “where sea meets land” and the high ceilings and mostly timber interior lends to an inviting atmosphere.

Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen, South Wharf Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen

There was six of us at dinner so we tried to order different dishes so we could get a real taste of the menu. Entrees were first up. The entree selection was only from 5 dishes, plus fresh or kilpatrick oysters, but there is something for everyone, covering seafood, meats and vegetarians.

Selection of entrees, Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen Smoked duck breast, slow cooked pork belly and panko fish cakes

My favourite dish was the slow cooked pork belly which came with that amazing pork cracker. Each dish had a number of different elements to keep it interesting.

Smoked duck breast, slow cooked pork belly, Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen Left: Smoked duck breast served with a cabbage, citrus and celeriac slaw and a wasabi dressing $18
Right: Slow cooked pork belly on a cauliflower puree with saute mushrooms, smoked vine tomato, a pork cracker & fig barbecue sauce $18

The choice of mains was a lot larger and the waiter mentioned that the grill is very popular, with both meats and fish available. I like a good steak so I went with the 400gm Victoria grain fed rib eye with a mushroom sauce, medium rare. The steak was cooked perfectly and was well rested. You could choose the accompanying sauce from 12 available. I always choose mushroom sauce!

Grain fed rib eye, 24 hr pork scotch fillet, Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen Left: 400 gram rib eye, grain fed, Victoria with mushroom sauce $49
Right: 24 hour pork scotch fillet, served with pork crackle, a peanut caramel jus & rooftop grown herbs $32

A couple of my fellow diners went with options “From the Sea” which looked fantastic.

NZ King Salmon, Seafood linguine, Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen Left: New Zealand King Salmon grilled then served atop tossed baby carrots, radish, hazelnuts, edamame, fig & quinoa with sauce vierge $28
Right: Seafood linguine – mussels, salmon & pipis with chilli & garlic $29

We finished off with 4 desserts. My favourite was the valrhona chocolate mousse. It was so intensely chocolately without being too rich and was so silky smooth.

Walnut tart, Salted caramel & creme brulee, Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen Left: Walnut tart with blood peach foam & vanilla bean ice cream $14
Right: Salted caramel & basil creme brulee with sesame cracker & blood orange sorbet $12

Chocolate brownie, chocolate mousse, Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen Left: Chocolate brownie with hokey pokey, banana coulis and raspberry sorbet $15
Right: Valrhona chocolate mousse served in a jar with popping candy & biscotti $14

We also got to have buffet breakfast at Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen the next morning. I thought it was so great that the buffet breakfast was open until 11am and all the food was still available until the end. Even though I didn’t sleep in as late as I would have liked, I still got to lie in the warm cosy bed and only went for breakfast at 10am. I wish I could do that every Sunday morning! There was a fantastic selection for buffet breakfast, with the highlight being the fresh, made to order omelettes. There was even an Asian section with steamed dumplings and congee.

I had such a wonderful stay at the Hilton South Wharf and wouldn’t hesitate to return for another staycation. You don’t even need to wander far for dinner, just head straight downstairs to Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen for a delicious feed.

Check out the Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen website for their latest offers such as their Good Food Month Bar Hop Event http://hiltonmelbourne.com.au/dock37.

Over & Out, April xx

April dined at Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen and stayed at Hilton Hotel South Wharf as guests of the hotel and PEPR Publicity.

Dock 37 Bar and Kitchen - Hilton Melbourne South Wharf Menu, Reviews, Photos, Location and Info - Zomato


Golden Gaytime Slice

Recipe: Golden Gaytime Slice

by April@MyFoodTrail on August 13, 2015

in Baking, Recipes, Slices

I can’t believe it’s been a year since I last blogged! And it’s been a ridiculously long 4 years since I last posted a baking recipe! *cue hands on face shocked face emoticon* It has been so long, I actually forgot how to log into my blog to post, not to mention my password! Then I proceeded to break my blog with the updates not being compatible, probably because I haven’t updated them in such a long time.

The silence here on My Food Trail is definitely not due to lack of content, but rather a lack of time. Blogging is pretty low down on my to do list as it takes up so much time. I’ve been more active on Instagram because there I can just post a photo, write a few words, and bingo! Look for me on Instagram (@my_foodtrail) if you want to see my eats more regularly.

Anyway, the reason for the resurrection of my blog is to share the recipe for this amazing, but decadently rich Golden Gaytime slice. A lot of people have asked me for the recipe so I wanted to share it.

You’d be hard pressed to find a person who grew up in Australia who hasn’t eaten or at least heard of the iconic Golden Gaytime ice cream. For those of you not in the know, according to the Streets website, the Golden Gaytime ice cream was invented in 1959 and is a combination of a toffee and vanilla flavoured centre, dipped in a chocolate coating and covered in biscuit pieces. It has always been in stick form, though Streets have just released a 1.25L tub of Golden Gaytime ice cream. I’m yet to try it but I can’t see how you could replicate that layer of chocolate and biscuit crumbs on the outside of the stick version with ice cream in a tub.

I first saw this recipe for Golden Gaytime slice on the cover of Taste magazine and I knew I had to make it as I love Gaytime ice creams. It’s an expensive slice to make (around $30!!), especially if are serving it with the Gaytime ice cream. Just try and buy the ingredients while they’re on special and you can cut down the cost, and it doesn’t need the ice cream, it’s sweet enough on its own. The original recipe, although delicious, is too sweet for me, so here is my adapted version. Still sweet and rich, but lower in calories ;D.

Golden Gaytime Slice

Golden Gaytime Slice.jpg

100g white chocolate, finely chopped
100g unsalted butter
3 eggs
300g (2 cups) plain flour
80g caster sugar
60g brown sugar
40ml golden syrup
310g (2 x 155g blocks) Cadbury Bubbly Honeycomb chocolate, finely chopped
45ml vegetable oil
90g malt biscuits, coarsely crushed
2 x Golden Gaytime 4pk ice creams
Caramel spread or sauce to serve

Chocolate base
110g plain flour
½ tsp baking powder
55g brown sugar
1 tbsp cocoa powder
90g butter, melted

1. Preheat oven to 180C (160C fan forced). Line a 18cm (base measurement) square cake pan with baking paper.

2. For the chocolate base, combine the flour, baking powder, sugar and cocoa in a large bowl. Add the melted butter and stir until well combined. Press the chocolate mixture over the base of the prepared pan and bake for 15 mins or until firm to touch.

3. Once you have removed the base from the oven, reduce the oven temp to 160C (140C fan forced).

4. Place the white chocolate and butter in a heatproof bowl over a saucepan half filled with simmering water (make sure the bowl does not touch the water). Stir until the mixture melts and is smooth. Set aside to cool slightly.

5. Add eggs and flour to the cooled chocolate mixture and whisk until well combined. Divide into 2 equal portions.

6. Add caster sugar to one portion and mix well until combined. Add brown sugar and golden syrup to the remaining portion and mix until well combined. Spoon heaped spoonfuls of the mixture, alternating between portions onto the chocolate base. Start with the white mixture and finish with the brown mixture to get a nice crunchy crust.

7. Bake for 50mins – 1hr or until a skewer inserted into the centre of the slice comes out slightly sticky and the top is nice and golden. Set aside to cool completely in the pan.

8. Place honeycomb chocolate and oil in a microwave safe bowl. Microwave, stirring every 30 secs, on high for 1.5mins or until smooth. Be careful not to overheat the chocolate. Spread evenly over cooled slice and sprinkle with the crushed biscuits. Place in the fridge for an hour to set.

9. Meanwhile, remove Golden Gaytime ice creams from the sticks and arrange in a tray. Freeze until firm.

10. Cut the slice into squares and top with scoops of the Gaytime ice cream. Drizzle with caramel sauce.

Slice should not be kept in the fridge, just place it in the fridge until the chocolate top sets, then take it out.

Golden Gaytime Slice.jpg

Over & Out, April xx


Sake Restaurant & Bar
Hamer Hall
Arts Centre Melbourne
100 St Kilda Road, Melbourne VIC
(03) 8687 0775

After our last baby free lunch, hubby and I thought it would be a while before we could enjoy a long, relaxing lunch (or meal) again. Junior is in childcare one day a week but as I am not working at the moment, hubby decided to take a day off work to celebrate an early Mother’s Day lunch (my first) and also reaching the one year mark as parents. We were kindly invited along to try out Sake Restaurant & Bar and were able to pick a day so we chose the day Junior is in childcare.

We had trouble finding Sake Restaurant at first. We knew it was at Hamer Hall, near the Arts Centre and were outside the entrance of Hamer Hall on St Kilda Road, but the doors were locked. After some wandering around, we realised you needed to go down the steps towards the river side and Sake was at the bottom of the stairs facing the river.

Outside Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Outside Sake

The menu has a great selection of sushi and sashimi dishes, starters, mains, extras, sushi maki and of course dessert. Our host asked if we were hungry (we were!) and she said to leave the menu to the chef and they would bring out a range of their favourite dishes. I’m glad she did that because we got to try dishes we probably wouldn’t have ordered ourselves and they turned out to the best ones!

We started off with a glass of champagne and some edamame. There is no better way to start off a nice, relaxing lunch than with a glass of bubbly!

Edamame - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Edamame – lightly salted soybeans in the pod $6

The next dish that came out looked like a mountain of panko crumbs but we were told it was the chirashi salad. Little did I know, underneath was going to be THE BEST salad I’ve had in my life! I’m so disappointed I forgot to take a photo of the salad once it was mixed through but I was too busy stuffing my face! :) I normally don’t eat much salad and only really eat it because it’s healthy and I have to, but this salad changes all that! I would seriously eat it every day if I could. There were mixed salad leaves, soba noodles, thin rice noodles (vermicelli), yuzu marinated sashimi pieces, flying fish roe, slices of sushi omelette (I think tamago) and the tempura crumb, all brought together with the most delicious, fresh dressing. This is a must order dish!

Chirashi salad - Yuzu dressed sashimi pieces, crunchy salad mix, thin noodles, sliced sushi omelette & flying fish roe, topped with daikon tsuma & tempura crunch - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Chirashi salad – Yuzu dressed sashimi pieces, crunchy salad mix, thin noodles, sliced sushi omelette & flying fish roe, topped with daikon tsuma & tempura crunch $25

We had one of the signature dishes next, which was kingfish jalapeno with a yuzu soy dressing. I don’t normally like white fish sashimi, preferring salmon above anything else, but this dish was good. The jalapeno chillis gave a slight kick.

Kingfish jalapeno - yuzu soy, jalapeno slices & coriander - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Kingfish jalapeno – yuzu soy, jalapeno slices & coriander $22

The tuna ceviche came next. It was a mountain of tuna slices, thinly sliced cucumber, jalapenos, red onion and salad leaves, topped with crunchy fried onions. I liked the addition of the fried onions. The flavour packed a punch from the lemon dressing but it was a bit too tart for me. Hubby liked it.

Tuna ceviche - lemon dressing, finished with coriander, jalapeno chilli, tomato & crunchy fried onion - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Tuna ceviche – lemon dressing, finished with coriander, jalapeno chilli, tomato & crunchy fried onion $24

The next dish was the sashimi tacos. Crispy baby tacos with tuna and salmon sashimi, accompanied by salt rimmed sake shots. I think it would have been better to start with this dish as after all the big flavours of the previous dishes, this seemed quite plain in comparison, although still good.

Sashimi tacos - tuna & salmon sashimi filled baby tacos with chilled tomato salsa matched with kozaemun junmai sake shots - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Sashimi tacos – tuna & salmon sashimi filled baby tacos with chilled tomato salsa matched with kozaemun junmai sake shots $18

The wagyu new style was brought out next. Thin slices of wagyu beef sirloin lightly seared with hot oil then finished with a ginger and yuzu soy sauce. I love the flavour combination of hot oil and soy sauce which is more commonly done with fish.

Wagyu new style - thin slices of wagyu beef, lightly seared with hot oil & finished with ginger, chives & yuzu soy - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Wagyu new style – thin slices of wagyu beef, lightly seared with hot oil & finished with ginger, chives & yuzu soy $27

We were pretty full by this stage but our host said there was still more coming so we better make room! She said the steamed prawn dumplings were coming out next. When I saw the menu description of ‘Chinese inspired shumai’, I was all like, meh, we can get prawn dumplings at yum cha. Well, you can’t get steamed prawn dumplings like this at yum cha! These were amazing prawn dumplings, so soft and delicate and covered in what looked like thinly sliced dumpling skin. I was pleasantly surprised and really enjoyed it.

Steamed prawn dumplings - 6 pieces of Chinese inspired shumai with spicy ponzu - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Steamed prawn dumplings – 6 pieces of Chinese inspired shumai with spicy ponzu $18

Our final starter before we moved onto the mains was the Patagonian toothfish lettuce cups. Bite sized morsels of miso marinated Patagonian toothfish sitting on top of a lettuce round and finished with thinly sliced deep fried pastry for crunch. The fish had a lovely, sweet caramelisation from being grilled.

'Glacier 51' Patagonian toothfish lettuce cups - 4 pieces of grilled miso marinated sustainable toothfish lettuce cups - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

‘Glacier 51’ Patagonian toothfish lettuce cups – 4 pieces of grilled miso marinated sustainable toothfish lettuce cups $20

The first main was the scampi tempura. I was already biased from the outset because I love my deep fried food, but this scampi tempura is on another level! All I can say is wow. The scampi were so amazingly soft, and the tempura was so light and crunchy. Even though I was so full by this stage, I really could not let a single piece go to waste!

Scampi tempura - crunchy tempura scampi tails with sweet ponzu, coriander & jalapeno slices - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Scampi tempura – crunchy tempura scampi tails with sweet ponzu, coriander & jalapeno slices $36

The next main was the miso cream scallops. Beautifully seared scallops with grilled baby corn, asparagus and fresh shiitake mushrooms in a tasty miso cream sauce. The scallops matched the miso cream so well.

Miso cream scallops - pan seared scallops, baby corn, asparagus, shiitake mushrooms & yuzu miso cream - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Miso cream scallops – pan seared scallops, baby corn, asparagus, shiitake mushrooms & yuzu miso cream $32

The last savoury dish to be brought out was chicken teriyaki. It was a juicy chicken breast, along with the drumstick from the wing which I thought was a bit of a strange addition. While the breast was really tender and moist, and the teriyaki sauce was good, there are better and more interesting dishes on the menu to order. Plus we had really hit our limit with the food!

Chicken teriyaki - plump breast fillet finished with sweet teriyaki sauce on bok choy & spring onions - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Chicken teriyaki – plump breast fillet finished with sweet teriyaki sauce on bok choy & spring onions $29

After a bit of break and some green tea, dessert was brought out. The first dessert was a yuzu tart. The balance between sweetness and tartness was spot on and I loved the extra biscuit crumble. A refreshing end to the meal.

Japanese yuzu tart - yuzu citrus tart, vanilla ice cream, yuzu jelly & meringue - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Japanese yuzu tart – yuzu citrus tart, vanilla ice cream, yuzu jelly & meringue $15

The second dessert was a chocolate fondant with black sesame ice cream and black sesame tuille. I’m not convinced chocolate matches with black sesame, but separately the components were great. The chocolate fondant was suitably oozy and the ice cream had a strong black sesame flavour which I like.

Chocolate fondant - warm chocolate pudding with black sesame ice cream & black sesame tuille - Sake Restaurant, Melbourne

Chocolate fondant – warm chocolate pudding with black sesame ice cream & black sesame tuille $15

I can’t believe we had so much food! It was such a wonderful experience, taking our time to savour all the food without needing to rush off anywhere. I don’t say this lightly as we love Japanese food, but Sake is my new favourite Japanese restaurant! I hope the food continues to be at the high standard we experienced as we will be back!

Over & Out, April xx

April & hubby dined as guests of Sake Melbourne


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Chocolate dessert at Caprice Restaurant, Hong Kong

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Winner of $100 WTC Wharf Voucher

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