Bendigo, a small city in Victoria, Australia. It is small in the geographical perspective, but big and influential in the tourism aspect. Tourists could eat locally, appreciate art artistically or experience venturesomely.
To feel this city thoroughly, you should taste the local food with locals. And this is why I tried Bendigo Wholefoods.
This restaurant aims to serve people at an old-fashioned way. Its stylish and chic interior design gave me a good mood to enjoy lunch. My friend and I chose to sit outside at the garden. We were served by courteous waitresses who always had smiles on their faces. I loved the salad very much. Its freshness and originality have excited my buds. Though I was trying to fast a bit and control my appetit, I couldn't stop myself from eating some more. I would also recommend the outstanding Greek chicken and Pho Pulled Pork.
A bakery nearby named The Good Loaf was selling delicious and nutritious bread. They baked the fresh hand-crafted bread daily. Soft without losing the wheat flavour is the phrase to describe the wonderful bread.
One chocolatier I would also wish to recommend is called Indulge Chocolates, which I think it is an excellent representative of Bendigo's chocolates. They use only the finest Callabaut Belgian chocolate, rich in taste and pleasant to smell. You should also try their coffee once you are there.
Photo courtesy of Explore Bendigo Sites http://www.bendigotourism.com/about-bendigo/bendigo-official-guides
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