Review: Spinetoli, South Yarra

Spinetoli are bringing a nice freshness to Italian dining. It’s not trying to compete with the classics but is taking an Italian influence and using it to create some beautiful and modern Italian-Australian dishes.

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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: 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: 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.  

Review: Rock Sugar, South Yarra

I don’t want to describe Rock Sugar as a hidden gem, as with its neon bright signs and funky decor, South Yarra locals would probably be screaming “What are you talking about”. However, it’s Malvern Road location certainly makes it a lot easier for you to overlook, with the bustling Chapel Street so nearby- which…

Review: Abacus, Chapel Street

Abacus is hard to miss if you’ve been down Chapel Street, it’s a big unit on the corner and when they fold back the windows in summer, it dominates the block. Despite visiting on a cold winters day, it’s pleasing to see Abacus still has a spacious feel with its high ceilings, large windows and…