Iconic raindrop cakes and Asian fusion sum up a Grand Lafayette experience. Relocating from Port Melbourne these guys are now seeking to crack the tricky Prahran brunch scene.
With one of the most extensive lists of sweet dishes on a brunch menu we’ve seen, the beautifully plated dishes and Sandringham’s Syndicate Room should be your go-to for a sugar craving.
Glass-fronted St James is nestled away in the middle of Malvern Road shopping strip. This unassuming cafe can be a little blink and you miss it, which you shouldn’t as it’s got some stunning dishes on offer.
East Bentleigh’s eclectic Astroluxe cafe has recently revamped their menu giving it a more summery vibe just in time for the warmer weather.
Are these Chapel Street’s most affordable lunches? Pran Central have launched their range of $10 lunches and we thing they’re offering pretty good bang for you buck!
Family friendly, vegan friendly, everyone friendly – Two Kings will warmly welcome you, and whether you go for one of their long-standing classic breakfast dishes, or something more creative from the specials board, you’re bound to leave happy!
Thai Rani is a super cute local Thai restaurant with a surprisingly creative menu! Don’t let it’s suburban location fool you: while they’ve got the classics covered, you’ll want to try some of their delicious desserts and more adventurous choices on the menu.
Classic Greek food, casual space, beer or cocktail on the side – an ideal Windsor haunt, perfect for a quick post-shopping or pre-night-out meal.
Fourth Chapter is a beautiful space. Large white walls and ceilings with thoughtfully spaced hanging baskets that add a rich green to the overall aesthetic, this is a perfect environment for those bright, sunny summer days. Add in the gorgeous courtyard out at the back and you can’t go wrong.
On Sunday 18th November the East Malvern Food & Wine Festival returns to picturesque Central Park for its 3rd year. This fab event is free to attend with food and wine packages starting from just $20!
Funky Ripponlea cafe Turning Point has launched it’s new Spring Menu this week, with some new exciting dishes added to the mix of old favourites.
Danish Nosh greets you with tasty treats and delicious smells. This stunning refit of a long-standing Caulfield bakery is a real gem in the community.