Hofbrauhaus are now doing brunch! And it’s exactly like breakfast in Germany, in Melbourne.
Tucked away in the heart of Chinatown is Kaneda Sushi in Mid City Arcade. They’ve got a varied and affordable Japanese menu.
Just when you thought The Dessert Kitchen’s desserts couldn’t get any more adorable, they go and bring out these little puffs, just in time for Christmas!
Nong Tang epitomises everything wonderful about laneway dining in Melbourne: relaxed, unassuming, and excellent, affordable dining are all on offer in this bright noodle bar.
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!
Not your typical Hardware Lane eatery, Miznon offers a fast-paced glimpse into Israeli street food! Read our review here…
11 inch Pizza is the tiny shop, doing big pizzas! Be sure to have a look at their weekly specials while you’re checking out the cool wall art.
Just by the Emporium link bridge, Billy’s Central Cafe offers all day breakfast and lunch, and is conveniently situated for all your shopping needs! Billy’s Central has the idea location of being in Melbourne Central,
Tucked away towards the back of Lonsdale Street’s Madame Brussels Lane, you’d be forgiven for not realising this place exists but if you’re a CBD worker looking for a filling lunch or in the city for a weekday browse you really should get it on your radar.
Fancier than your average dumpling place, Drumplings has large bench communal seating, a comfy lounge area and a funky courtyard at the back. It’s modish pink wall and black bench seating gives in more of a cocktail bar vibe than a dumpling restaurant and while we visited in the day, it’s definitely somewhere we’d go back to sample a cocktail or two with some dumplings in the evening!
El Chivi have brought their roaming Uruguayan Steak Sandwiches to a permanent home in QV’s Urban Market Food Court.
St Gerry’s are finally ready to settle down in the City as their popular doughnut (donut?) food truck is joined by a more permanent home at QV.