Chapel Street’s newest burger bar Rocomama is smashing out a range of “not normal” burgers, ribs and shakes in their funky environment.
Turning Point is the newest venture from Chef Jose Chavez (Short Straw) and is a bold, bright beacon on the Ripponlea brunch front.
Sabarac hot sauces and condiments are a creation of the very talented Geoff’s Kitchen and they are the perfect variety of products to add a bit of oomph to your home cooking. Australian made, they are also a great way to support a true small business.
MOB is off the main stretch, laneway brunching in the heart of Camberwell – serving up bright fresh varieties of all your usual brunch faves.
While Carnegie is more renowned for its Asian food, you’ll be amazed by the fresh, delicious seafood (and burgers) that At The Catch have to offer.
Fitzroy’s Poke King have just dropped their new menu with some of Melbourne’s best and most exciting poke bowls.
Another one of those iconic brunch venues, Short Straw, is hidden away just off Hawthorn’s Glenferrie’s road but it definitely deserves to be in the spotlight!
Grab a takeaway or stay in at Anabella’s simple, welcoming, family friendly restaurant for top value pizza and pasta dishes in Glenhuntly!
Chinacy bring you casual, street eats, turned up a notch in their sophisticated restaurant environment!
Visit this Melbourne based chocolatier’s flagship store in Eastland Shopping Centre and pick up some of their wonderful creations or try their iconic sphere hot chocolate.
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!
They say you eat with your eyes first, and these dishes certainly make you want to fill your belly. Both were stunningly presented – it’s the first time I’ve been delighted with my choice and had food envy simultaneously.