Just in time for summer Piccolina has opened up it’s newest store in St Kilda’s Acland Street – minutes from the beach and with a delicious range of gelato and vegan sorbets to choose from we know it’ll be a hit.
Bold and bright, History will greet you with pops of orange before giving way to a more naturally styled interior and a menu that caters from morning until night!
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.
Nong Tang epitomises everything wonderful about laneway dining in Melbourne: relaxed, unassuming, and excellent, affordable dining are all on offer in this bright noodle bar.
Focus is a centrally located Balwyn cafe. Take advantage of their sunny courtyard on warmer days, and take your pick from delicious dishes on their Asian inspired brunch menu.
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!
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!
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.