One thing we have to say is that Japanese dining in Melbourne is top-notch right now, with Izakaya Jiro’s mouthwatering dishes being no exception. Skewers, sashimi, fish – they’ve got everything you’d expect and it all tastes so good!
Women and Witchcraft – A Celebration of Power, will be making its foodie debut at Abbotsford Convent this November, with an attached art exhibition too.
Croydon’s Rumour Mill offer some different brunch and lunch dishes, fresh juices and a spacious interior, with parking practically on the door step, and outside seating too it’s one great, local cafe!
Check out some of the best Israeli food Melbourne has to offer at The Left Handed Chef’s Israeli Night! Running periodically throughout the year, this is their last one until 2019 and spots are filling fast.
Top 7 Places to eat in Melbourne (November 2018): Fresh, plant inspired food in Northcote, scrumptious Caulfield pastries and Mexican pizza, we’ve got it all for you in this month’s top picks of where to eat in Melbourne.
Chapter Three is a surprisingly bright and light family owned cafe on Canterbury’s upmarket Mailing Street, with an extensive breakfast, lunch and now dinner menu
Moro Masterclasses combine a delicious meal at some of Melbourne’s best restaurants with the chance to learn more about the different types of olive oil.
Kofi Beans seems to be the place to go in Croydon on a Sunday. Situated on Main Street there’s a true local cafe vibe to this family owned venue.
At Aunty Franklee you’ll get to enjoy deliciously different Malaysian food in their beautiful chilled out dining space.
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.
Wolf and Hound is a little on the cosy side, a lot on the friendly side and definitely a lot on the delicious side too! Enjoy their alfresco dining and welcoming local cafe vibe within a stone’s throw of Newmarket Station.
Overlooking Luna Park and the palm trees of St Kilda, Souvlaki GR is perfectly positioned. Backpackers, locals and beach visitors alike can relax and dine in after a busy day, or grab their affordable souvas to go!