Modern European-inspired dining in a relaxed, casual setting that exemplifies the Melbourne-style of dining out. Great place.
Recipe for Cantonese-style steamed pork ribs with black bean, a much-loved dish at yum cha sessions.
Mexican bar in the CBD that’s become a bit of a Melbourne institution. Small but very nice casual space, interesting food and a good vibe.
Review of brunch spots in the Eastern suburbs: Liar Liar, Studio Movida and Bread & Jam for Frances.
Small and cosy spot along Victoria St with a modern take on Korean dishes. They got cute meal buckets and feature affordable lunch specials.
An interactive meal atop one of Melbourne’s tallest buildings. This degustation felt like a beguiling, playful and delicious escapade.
We meal-hopped in the CBD from a dumpling place that’s famous for its xiao long bao to a newly-opened Chinese dessert place.
Café and roastery in the Melbourne’s East with coffees that I’d cross suburbs for. Delicious, robust and interesting.
My humble, closing thoughts and observances about the week where I lived below the line.