Cafe Terroni, Yarraville

Cafe Terroni, a cosy little Italian in the heart of Yarraville serves a mix of family favourites and more creative dishes. 

Willis and Anderson, Yarraville – Review

Willis and Anderson enjoys a tree shaded outdoor dining area to the front as well as indoor dining and a covered area which can be closed in winter. On the menu is typical brunch fayre, with a salads, wraps and burgers on the lunch menu. 

Slider Diner, Seddon – Review

Moving onwards and upwards from their food truck, Sliders on Tyres have now opened Slider Diner in up and coming Seddon. Serving their trademark sliders, burgers and sides, it’s a fresh, young casual eatery!

El Burro, Williamstown

El Burro’s Spanish menu focuses on sharing and nibbling. Pick from tapas, tacos, larger share plates or Paella on their meat focused, fairly traditional Spanish menu.

History Cafe Grill, Essendon

Bold and bright, History will greet you with pops of orange before giving way to a more naturally styled interior and a menu that caters from morning until night!

Review: No. 19 Society, Ascot Vale

The almost French bistro-esque No. 19 Society is putting the fancy into brunch for Melbourne’s inner North West, with premium plating and slightly out of the ordinary dishes.

Review: Eleni’s Kitchen and Bar, Yarraville

Eleni’s are bringing classic Greek food, just like the Yiayia made it! Think traditional Greek – with a couple of creative twists thrown in – and head down to get your fill of Saganaki, Moussaka and Gyros at this popular Yarraville eatery.

Review: Hop and Spice, Braybrook

This place is called Hop and Spice for a reason, and the smell that greets you when you arrive makes you want to never leave! 

Review: Imbue, Maribynong

Small and intimate, Imbue opened a mere 17 months ago but its high class menu has wowed locals and foodies alike.

Review: Shop 225, Pascoe Vale

Humble and homely, these guys sure know how to make a pizza dough (and a few other things). Shop 225 is a must visit for any Italian food lover.