Review: Tahina Bar, Fitzroy

Tahina Bar has expanded to a new location and you’ll want to keep coming back for their moreish vegetarian street food.

Review: Billy’s Central, Melbourne CBD

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,

Review: Goz City, Madame Brussels Lane

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.

Review: Drumplings, Melbourne CBD

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!

Review: Monroe, Richmond

Monroe is Bridge Road’s laid back brunch and lunch spot – make sure you grab the beautiful banana roti for a sweet treat! Monroe’s cool colours and comfy chairs…

Review: Caffe e Cucina, South Yarra

Caffe e Cucina takes you on a journey through Tuscan fields, Florentine Piazzas and Venetian streets with their top notch Italian dining and authentic atmosphere.

Review: Poke King, Fitzroy

Fitzroy’s Poke King have just dropped their new menu with some of Melbourne’s best and most exciting poke bowls. 

Review: Speakeasy Kitchen Bar, South Yarra

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.

Review: El Chivi, CBD

El Chivi have brought their roaming Uruguayan Steak Sandwiches to a permanent home in QV’s Urban Market Food Court.

Review: St Gerry’s, CBD

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.

Review: Speakeasy, South Yarra

Speakeasy’s Chapel Street location makes it an easy stop off for a Sunday brunch, after work drink or a tasty dinner. The menu brings everything from nibbles to filling mains in an environment you want to stay and enjoy.