Funky South Yarra Thai restaurant Rock Sugar is the place to go for stunning cocktails and delicious Thai food!
Beautiful florist cafe Flovie has smashed its way onto the Carlton brunch scene with their cute concept and stunning food!
Pacinos is an expansive casual eatery just around the corner from Flemington Racecourse and Melbourne Showgrounds. With parking right outside and plenty of choice on the menu, it’s great for all the family.
So the Melbourne Comedy Festival is in full throttle now, and we’ve picked out some of our top choices for a quick bite before (or after) the show.
Hofbrauhaus are now doing brunch! And it’s exactly like breakfast in Germany, in Melbourne.
Accredited gluten-free, and with fresh pasta made on site daily, Ciao Mamma, off Brunswick’s Sydney Road provides a fresh Italian dining experience of custom pasta dishes.
Freshly opened on Lygon Street is Il Dolce Freddo. Located in what I like to call Lygon’s Asian precinct (the block with Lemongrass Thai on the corner), Il Dolce Freddo are combining the best of Italian Gelato with exciting Asian dairy free icecream.
Longstanding South Melbourne cafe The Left Handed Chef is now putting their trademark Israeli food on your dinner plates too!
Tucked away in the heart of Chinatown is Kaneda Sushi in Mid City Arcade. They’ve got a varied and affordable Japanese menu.
Banana Lab have spent the last three years quietly growing their simple, authentic experience-filled gift box business. Now the 2nd largest experience gift provider in Melbourne, we caught up with owner Tom to find out what was so special about it.
Open plan, minimal and loud Sir Charles is everything quintessential about Fitzroy brunch. Yet the menu is anything but, with some unique takes on some brunch classics.
La Baia, a seaside Italian in a beautiful heritage style building is the ideal environment for an evening meal. We recommend getting here so you can watch the sun set over the bay while you’re enjoying dinner.