Bourke Street Bakery is a nice small bakery, with a cute outdoor area, a table tennis and a really awesome bathroom. To get to the bathroom you have to go through a door and travel along a dimly lit corridor passing kitchens, other restaurants and exits, finally we found the bathroom and it was like a secret underground club, it was black there was a big mirror with light around the edge that changed colour, since that was the only light source it was a bit dark, which added to the club feel; Okay enough talk about where you do your business. The food was nice and warm and the pastries looked adorable, there was a nice selection of food, the pasties were still warm after about 40 minutes. And I quite liked the vegetable pasty mix. My order: Ham and cheese croissant and ice chai. The ham and cheese croissant was the same as everything else, but the ice chai was tasty, it was nice and cold and very sweet, just how I like it. We also got some other pasties as well and I tried the vegetable one.
Nalini's is a modern Indian diner, selling soups, drinks, healthier versions of soft serve ice-cream, masalas and other Indian street food. My favourite order is the classic masala dosa; they give you little pots of sauces and dips, and one big dosa, I like to break of the edges of the dosa and dip them in the sauces and eat it, and then when I get to the centre with the potato curry, I dive in, break off huge chunks and eat them with a little bit of sauce. When I'm done, but there is still some sauce left I get my good old finger and tongue and lick away at the remnants (I am sooo dainty). I definitely suggest going to Nalini's, definitely a great diner.