Women and Witchcraft – A Celebration of Power, will be making its foodie debut at Abbotsford Convent this November, with an attached art exhibition too.
Drumplings add three new exciting flavours to their existing Signature range!
11 inch South Melbourne does more than just pizza with with a range of pastas, salads and even ribs on their menu! It’s a great affordable South Melbourne local eat.
Wolf and Hound is a little on the cosy side, a lot on the friendly side and definitely a lot on the delicious side too! Enjoy their alfresco dining and welcoming local cafe vibe within a stone’s throw of Newmarket Station.
Overlooking Luna Park and the palm trees of St Kilda, Souvlaki GR is perfectly positioned. Backpackers, locals and beach visitors alike can relax and dine in after a busy day, or grab their affordable souvas to go!
You’ll feel tucked away from the world at Fujitei, while enjoying their excellent Japanese food with premium ingredients.
If you’re looking for somewhere central to start your Ocktoberfest celebrations, look no further – with authentic food, giant beers and tons of fun – Hofbrauhaus is definitely the place to visit!
Attached to the front of Royal Woman’s Hospital, newly opened Isabella Cafe offers a good choice of simple, fresh and tasty meals for breakfast or brunch.
Located on Port Melbourne’s busy Bay Street, Moshi Moshi is an ideal casual dining spot where cheerful staff will help you to choose your feast of sushi rolls, sashimi or mains.
Probably winning our award for healthiest fast food, Acai Bros will whip up a great tasting, healthy bowl or smoothie in a matter of minutes – perfect after that morning run!
The Beer and Burger Bar is handily located for a quick bite and pint before a game at the Gee, but even on non-game days they’ve got a great atmosphere and some crackin’ burger deals.
Not your typical Hardware Lane eatery, Miznon offers a fast-paced glimpse into Israeli street food! Read our review here…