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China’s 9 Best, Weirdest & Most Useless Inventions

China’s 9 Best, Weirdest & Most Useless Inventions

When you put over 1.3 billion people in one country (that’s nearly 20 per cent of the world’s population), they’re bound to come up with something interesting. Sure, the Great Wall was a bit of a breakthrough, but today the county’s brightest are inventing everything from the incredible to the downright useless. Here are some of our favourite inventions out of China. 1. Yu Jietao put his wood carving skills to work and invested over $20,000 to create this ornate wooden vehicle. Might have to install a new engine though, it only travels up to 30km/h. image-3 2. Keeping with the theme, He Liang opted for a cheaper alternative and turned a suitcase into a motor-powered car. It falls short of the wooden car’s top speed though, travelling at only 20km/h. It also took a decade to create. image ...READ MORE

October 6, 2015 David's Restaurant funny 0

The Great Regram Round Up

The Great Regram Round Up

The Top 10 So Far The only thing that we love more than people dining at David’s is when they dine at David’s and share their experience. This week, we’ve plucked a few of our favourite David’s happy snaps from the ever-expanding Instagram library of food porn. To be featured, be sure you tag us (@DavidsPrahran), check in or use our hashtag, #DavidsPrahran!

  1. Regram @melsyjoan, because banana fritters instead of birthday cake
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  1. Regram @june_enuj_june, because tantalising triplets
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  1. Regram @oliveandhunter, because adorable child looking lovingly at dumpling
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  1. Regram @chapelprecinct, because the only thing that beats a midweek bao is TWO midweek baos
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  1. Regram @samanthasze, because white chocolate dumplings guide you home
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  1. Regram @eat_it__paint_it, because ...READ MORE

August 27, 2015 David's Restaurant #DavidsPrahran 0

How to Pair Wine with Chinese Food

How to Pair Wine with Chinese Food

Become a Pair(ing) Extraordinaire and match Wine to Chinese Food pairing wine with food (photo source: Wine Folly) Some food lends itself to obvious wine pairings. Seafood is lifted by a rich chardonnay, cabernet is the perfect accompaniment to steak and everyone’s heard about champagne and caviar. But what about the complex flavours of Chinese cuisine? They can be a bit trickier to match. Use our quick Chinese food wine pairing guide to pick the perfect drop next time you dine at David’s. Pair with anything: Dr Burklin-Wolf Wachenheimer Riesling The sweetness of this clingy vino balances the spices and salt of most Chinese dishes. Even if you don’t normally like sweet wine, you’ll probably find that the sweetness is tamed when paired with a classic Chinese dish. Pair with smoked or roasted meats: Palliser Estate Pinot Noir These sorts of dishes are packed with umami flavour and the ...READ MORE

August 7, 2015 David's Restaurant tips 0

The Chinese New Year Cake You Should Be Eating All Year

The Chinese New Year Cake You Should Be Eating All Year

Baked Chinese New Year Cake Recipe Chinese New Year Cake How do Chinese cooks make their desserts taste so special? Sweet. Rice. Flour. It gives baked treats an addictive denseness and unique flavour that you just can’t get from wheat flour. Visit any Asian supermarket (there are plenty in Melbourne) and look for sweet rice flour in the starch section. Once you get your hands on it, this recipe from Chow is super easy – like, eight ingredients and one bowl easy. It’s called Chinese New Year Cake but this cake is way too yummy to be a once-a-year thing. Ingredients 2 tablespoons shredded, sweetened coconut 4 large eggs 1 pound sweet rice flour (about 3 cups) 3 cups whole milk 2 1/2 cups granulated sugar 3 tablespoons unsalted butter, melted, plus extra for coating the baking dish 1 teaspoon coconut extract 1/4 teaspoon fine salt Method 1. Heat the ...READ MORE

July 2, 2015 David's Restaurant recipe 0

Eating for the Seasons

Eating for the Seasons

Chinese medicine is based on the belief that all living things are connected to and deeply influenced by their environment. One of the greatest changes in our environment is the shifting of seasons and the weather patterns that come with them. Chinese medicine tells us that if we’re to thrive in each season, we should make lifestyle changes that complement these seasonal effects. As purveyors of delicious food, we happen to know a bit about the traditional Chinese way to eat for the seasons. Whether you’re trying to warm up in Winter, getting active in Spring, cooling down in Summer or nurturing in Autumn, here are some ideas for seasonal eating -- but that's not to say you can't enjoy this dishes with us any time of year. Winter Winter is known as a time of hibernation. Our energy, or chi, moves inward and becomes a bit sluggish, so you should eat high-energy snacks, ...READ MORE

June 2, 2015 David's Restaurant News 0

A Step-by-Step Guide to the Perfect Mother’s Day

A Step-by-Step Guide to the Perfect Mother’s Day

Plan The Perfect Mother's Day According to our calculations, your mum has been there for you since day one. If you’re old enough to be reading this, that’s a lot of days. That’s why this Mother's Day you should shower her with gratitude, not that it should require a special occasion to do so. Here is our step-by-step guide to showing your mum the best Mother’s Day ever. Step 1: Flowers, obviously Not all clichés are bad. And a big, beautiful bouquet of flowers delivered to your mum on Mother’s Day is anything but. People like looking at them, they smell delightful and you can customise bunches according to your mum’s favourite varieties and colours. Have them delivered in the morning or if that’s not possible, there's nothing wrong with them arriving the day before to make the house beautiful the next. Step 2: Choice eats Classic brunch is a bit ...READ MORE

April 30, 2015 David's Restaurant tips 0

Photo Diary: Prahran and Company

Photo Diary: Prahran and Company

David’s didn’t end up in Prahran by chance. We love this corner of Melbourne! And to celebrate the success so far of our Local's Night on Monday (two courses and a glass of vino for $33, or $28 for the veg option), we’re dedicating this post to beautiful photos of our 'hood in Stonnington. 

Prahran Market

Prahran Market Photo source: Pagavadi

High Street, Prahran

Prahran High Street Photo source: Hodges

Symphony Under the Stars Free Event, Malvern

Malvern Pubic Gardens Symphony Under the Stars Photo source: City of Stonnington

Victoria Gardens, Prahran

Prahran Victoria Gardens Photo source: Dogs Allowed

Prahran-bound tram on Chapel Street, South Yarra

Prahran Bound Tram Chapel Street Photo source: Rail Gallery

Prahran Market produce

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April 20, 2015 David's Restaurant #DavidsPrahran 0

China’s Weirdest Restaurants

China’s Weirdest Restaurants

China is known for some pretty whacky stuff. Believe it or not, that extends to their restaurants. We've made a list of the strangest ones we could find. Some we'd love to visit, others, well, not so much. Which would you eat at first?

1. Robot Restaurant

There are 20 robots working at this odd eatery. Some serve food and others prepare dishes from the simple menu of noodles, French fries, dumplings and rice. Each robot is valued from US$31,500 - US$47,000. Robot Restaurant

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2. Toilet-Themed Restaurant

Not only do you sit on chairs designed to look like the loo, you can also order desserts of brown ice cream coiled into the shape of poo, or classic savoury dishes served in miniature potties. Toilet<a href='http://davidsrestaurant.com.au/funny/chinas-weirdest-restaurants/' title='China’s Weirdest Restaurants' class= ...READ MORE

March 11, 2015 David's Restaurant funny 0

Ten Trivial Melbourne Tidbits

Ten Trivial Melbourne Tidbits

1. The world's first feature film, The Story of the Ned Kelly Gang, was shot in Melbourne. The Story of the Ned Kelly Gang 2. Until 1966, Melbourne pubs closed at 6pm… it was a difficult time in our history. 3. The max temperature ever recorded in Melbourne was 46.4 degrees Celsius in 2009; the minimum was -2.8 degrees Celsius in 1869. 4. The world’s first set of traffic lights was installed in Melbourne in 1928. 5. In Melbourne, it’s illegal to drive a vehicle pulled by a goat or dog in a public place. Goat pulling cart Photo source: Riowang 6. In 1856, Melbourne workers successfully campaigned for the world's first 8-hour work day. 7. Even though it feels like it rains every minute in Melbourne; Sydney, Brisbane, Darwin and Perth all get more rain annually than our fair city. 8. Melbourne has ...READ MORE

February 5, 2015 David's Restaurant News 0

Chinese Public Holidays and What We Celebrate

Chinese Public Holidays and What We Celebrate

Yes, yes. It's true that 2015 has arrived and we've waved goodbye to 2014 with a tear and a few too many glasses of champagne. But if, like us, you celebrate Chinese New Year, the festivities have barely started! Here's a quick insight into some of our Chinese holidays and the meaning behind them. Any excuse to get festive, right?

Chinese Fireworks

1. Spring Festival Eve – 18 February

This is the New Year’s Eve of the Chinese calendar! New Year’s celebrations can go on for weeks and Spring Festival Eve kick starts the party-a-thon. It’s the beginning of what is known as a Golden Week, a seven-day string of national holidays beginning with the main day. Three out of the seven days are paid leave and the weekends surrounding the seven days are bumped forward or back to give ...READ MORE

January 14, 2015 David's Restaurant Chinese New Year 0