Saturday night had finally rolled around and I was super excited… cause my loverboy had planned a date night to celebrate our moving in together 🙂
The weather was super blustery but nice and warm, so we trotted off to Eat Street to sample our favourite treats. We hit up Eat Street all the time as it’s so much easier for everyone to choose what they are craving, and it’s always reasonably priced.
Now, I’m a creature of habit… so I get the same thing every time!
I start with sweet potato chips, then sip on an iced tea, and stop by Gluten Off on the way out to pick up a GF cinnamon donut.
I wore my new Annalee Jumpsuit from The Parla which was perfect for this weather! Nice and light to keep me cool, and no need to fret about my hem line blowing up, up & away in the wind 😉
As well as my traditional cinnamon donut, I also took home a GF Twix Bix! Gooey, caramelly, biscuit perfection.
I guiltily noticed recently that an astounding two months had passed since I’d made a new post! Rest assured I hadn’t forgotten about poor old Lexie Lou, but in that two months I’ve been busy as always.
After coming home from a two week holiday in Perth for my best friend’s wedding, I was soon back into the swing of things… working my two jobs, preparing to move house, and trying to catch up on my ironing
I decided to make some time for my love and I to have a night out on our own. The first restaurant that popped into my head was Les Bubbles, a Parisian steakhouse in Fortitude Valley that had been popping up all over my Facebook newsfeed.
We got all gussied up in our finest, and off we went!
Les Bubbles do things a little bit differently to other restaurants… they offer one main that they know they do well! Quality grass fed beef is chargrilled to medium rare perfection, and the most delicious fries (or as we say at Les Bubbles, frites) grace your plate. And did I mention the frites are bottomless?!
I requested gluten free bread with my entree of a warm leaf salad and was pleasantly surprised with a fresh, thickly cut slice that delighted my tastebuds (with a light slather of butter :P). To keep my meal FODMAP friendly I refrained from ordering any sauce to accompany my steak. I also paired my meal with a delicious Chandon Rose which went down a treat! It would have been rude not to order bubbles 😉
They also offer vegetarian and pescatarian options, so all will feel comfortable at this steakhouse. The atmosphere was warm and welcoming whilst keeping it’s funky edge, and was certainly somewhere I would recommend for families, couples, young and old alike!
Our food was delicious, and the service was spectacular. We will certainly be back for more!
Happy Monday everyone! I hope your week is off to a fresh and wonderful start 🙂
What did you all spend your precious weekend time on? I missed out on the Teneriffe Festival, but I sure didn’t miss out on a delicious brekkie feast!
I visited Little Clive for the first time as it was recommended by a friend. Little Clive is still quite new and was neatly tucked into a great dining space on Ipswich Road.
As I have my specific dietary requirements, I often find it hard to find accommodating places to eat. I messaged Little Clive’s Facebook page a few days prior to visiting and they promptly responded with a kind message that they loved a challenge and would be more than happy to accommodate my needs.
The service we received on the day was prompt, friendly and genuine. The cafe and outdoor dining area was clean and beautifully decorated with a variety of fresh flowers.
Last but not least… the food!! 😍 I ordered poached eggs on gluten free toast, with kale and maple bacon. This was brekkie heaven on a plate. I got my coffee fix in the form of an almond milk latte, with salted caramel. This was, to say the least, a very indulgent breakfast!
My companions; boyfriend Sam, and good friend Mel (who had recommended the cafe, thanks Mel!) both ordered the breakfast board and were overwhelmed with a giant plate of delicious and fresh food.
You can find them on Instagram (drooling permitted) here: @littleclive
When the winter-y months roll around, I’m generally not too happy about it.
I do however adore these in-between months of cool mornings and beautiful sunshine worth basking in (without breaking a sweat).
I’ve been making sure I take a walk everyday on my lunch break this week, just to break up the office monotony and to get my blood pumping again. The brisk wind has certainly helped me get moving in an attempt to warm up!!