So the Melbourne Comedy Festival is in full throttle now, and we’ve picked out some of our top choices for a quick bite before (or after) the show.
This March, Prahran’s Greville Street will transform itself for one day only to bring you Flavours – a festival celebrating food and culture from around the globe.
The world’s tiniest chef has arrived in Melbourne, for 3 months only (and it’s a must visit)!
Women and Witchcraft – A Celebration of Power, will be making its foodie debut at Abbotsford Convent this November, with an attached art exhibition too.
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!
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.
AO 2019 is set to be even more of a foodie’s paradise than ever before with the return of the Chef Series, your unique opportunity for an intimate dining experience with some of the world’s finest chefs
Nu is perfect for that guilt free post workout meal, or that healthy mid morning brunch while shopping. With a clean eats focus, it will definitely leave you feeling great.
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!
Can’t decide between pizza and pasta? Tuck in to one of Farina’s signature pizza bowls, enjoy the best of both worlds!
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.