Monday, March 12, 2007

Ici, Fitzroy

To speak French badly is to parler francais comme une vache espagnole. So I wouldn't be surprised if a Spanish cow had a hand in the business cards at Ici, 359 Napier Street, Fitzroy, Tel +61 3 9417 2274. That would explain why they serve tapas. It may also explain why they call the place a rod ("barre") when I think they mean bar ("bar"). At least they do a tasty omelette, even if it was a bit greasy.


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Bugger me, so I did... thanks Holtie... I think I will celebrate with a nice plate of eggs. Or maybe some corn fritters?

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Looks like a great omelet! I'm always looking for good breakfasts that substitute for that pathetic bowl of cereal.

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