In this brunch trilogy, walk with me as I visit Footscray’s newest cafés: Footscray Milking Station, West 48 & The Reading Room.
Unassuming old-school yum cha restaurant in Doncaster East that’s worth checking out. I’m curious about dinner there now.
Simple, fresh and affordable Mexican food in Richmond, served fast-food style in a bright and pumping setting.
An Idiot’s's Guide to Chinese Herbs for cooking. It lists a basic ingredient set-up for your pantry that lets you cook many Chinese dishes.
I followed a fellow blogger’s food trail around her neighbourhood of Kew and Camberwell. Found good brunches & good coffees along the way!
Tokyo-style izakaya bar along the new stretch of contemporary restaurants in Southwharf Promenade. The Japanese food is promising.
Recipe for a Traditional Chinese sweet dessert soup, using purple sweet potatoes as a variation.
This is a very popular all-day place for lunches and dinners in Melbourne’s CBD, but how about its breakfast?
Don’t get confused it its name, this café is one of the few places in Melbourne where you can get good, freshly cooked Filipino food.