Review: Le Clec, Hawthorn

Le Clec is subtly blending classic Asian flavours, with traditional Melbourne dishes to bring you beautiful brunch creations at their heritage location in Hawthorn.

Review: Speakeasy, South Yarra

Speakeasy’s Chapel Street location makes it an easy stop off for a Sunday brunch, after work drink or a tasty dinner. The menu brings everything from nibbles to filling mains in an environment you want to stay and enjoy.  

Review: Sopranos, Southbank

Soprano’s offers casual Italian dining (or takeaway) in a lovely environment! Situated in Southbank, it’s perfect for dining alone or a quick bite.

Review: Two Feet First, Chelsea

Sister to Highett’s The Little Elephant, Two Feet First is a bright, casual all day eatery, a few minutes walk from Chelsea beach!

Review: Charisma Workshop, CBD

A newly opened laneway cafe near Melbourne Queen Vic Market, bringing you brunch, desserts and hand made chocolates. It’s tiny size, and quiet location make it a perfect dine alone spot, for some quality me time!