1. the practice or art of choosing, cooking, and eating good food.

Good Food, Good Mood was established after I realised how often I was asking myself the difficult question of "Where and what should we eat today?". The Melbourne food scene truly makes us spoilt for choice, so I am hoping my honest reviews can act as a guide for any occasion - from cheap eats to fine dining, to burgers and pizza on cheat days, to fresh and healthy on cutting days. Recommendations on places to try and review are always welcome, just leave a comment.

All photos are taken with my Samsung Note 4 or Sony NEX-F3 unless stated otherwise. Thanks for dropping by!

- Lisa Pizza xo

P.S. Shoutout to my friends and family who dine with me - thanks for not picking up your cutlery when the food comes out so I can take all my food photos... y'all know my camera eats first haha.

Enni Cafe

To me, Wednesdays and Fridays are the best days of the week. Wednesdays because it signifies hump day and pay day, Fridays because I just want to throw confetti and money in the air because it's the end of a long working and studying week, and I deserve a fantastic weekend. This Friday afternoon was spent with my girls, eating and shopping... two things that a girl does best. 

This week was my hell week at uni, I had a global health poster due at 5pm Thursday, two essays due on Friday at 12pm, and an oral presentation at 11am Friday. Knowing the procrastinating person I am, I left it all until the last minute, and regretted it wholeheartedly. 

Walking out of the uni doors after my presentation and knowing it my mid term break had begun was the most liberating feeling. I don't go to class often anyway, but NOT having to go makes life so much easier! More time to kill at the gym or studying for the assignments coming up. 

My stomach was grumbling throughout my presentation, but I ignored it because I knew I was having lunch with the girls that day! :) We stayed local, eating at a cute little cafe called Enni. It's located right near the massive tram intersection of Dundas Street, High Street and Plenty Road. Everything was homemade, and they and known for catering, so it was rather overpriced. But the food tasted fresh and delicious, nonetheless! There are no menus, they only serve whatever is behind the two glass cabinets. One was for sweet, the other for savoury. It varied from salads, quiches, spicy chicken rolls, cakes and macarons. Not to mention, freshly squeezed juice for $6! What a rip off.

^ Chocolate marble cake which was sweetness overdose, spicy chicken roll that wasn't even spicy, pumpkin quiche and a creamy chicken salad. Not to mention the macarons!
6 macarons for $16 - coffee, raspberry, rosewater, jaffa and salted caramel. I listed them in my most liked to least liked flavours. It was my first time trying rosewater, and I must say it tasted really weird... like I was eating incense sticks, a candle or licking perfume.
^ I whip my hair and fourth. I hadn't been shopping in a while so I went on a bit of a spree at Ralph Lauren, Oroton, Mossman and Glassons. 
Dear bank account, I'm sorry.
Love from, your reckless spender.
^ playing with panorama in my car... the girls look so scary in the dark

Enni Cafe
915 High Street, Thornbury 3071
(03) 9484 8288


  1. Babe what are you studying? Sounds alot like what im doing :P

    1. I'm doing commerce but majoring in HR! But I'm doing global health as an online elective :)
      What are you studying love?!

  2. Haha maybe not like what I'm doing :p. I'm actually a dietitian (believe it or not :p) and I'm doing a master in public health, specialising in global health (hence the slight excitement haha)