This week’s monochromatic brunch ‘duet’ is themed around black & white cafes in Melbourne’s Northside. Form Cafe in Essendon & Code Black in Brunswick.
Visited a free range pig farm (and the lovely family behind it) near Daylesford, Victoria. It warmed my heart seeing the pigs roaming happily in the open grass.
I wouldn’t call eating food covered in mountains of chillies and Sichuan peppers the daintiest of meals, but we had lots of fun dining here.
This brunch compilation covers lesser known cafes that are good in their own right. Oscar Cooper in Prahran & Demitri’s Feast in Richmond.
High-end Japanese restaurant in Crown Complex with very nice food. The lunch specials is a good way to taste the menu.
A ‘bumper issue’ blog post, covering two newly opened cafés opened by big players in Melbourne’s brunch industry: Top Paddock and St Ali North.
Trendy Vietnamese bar in Prahran with affordable prices, fast turnovers, and a decent selection of street-inspired food.
A compilation blog post covering recent restaurant invite meals to Church St Enoteca (Richmond) and Virginia Plain (CBD).
American-influenced diner in Southbank with a joyous sounding name & a happy, buzzy vibe. Next time, I’ll eat downstairs and try their selection of burgers.