Teaser post covering several Melbourne restaurants that I took my visitors (cousin trouble & geek hubby) to. Also contains a write-up on Brooks Bar.
La Petanque is a one-hatted Southern French restaurant in Red Hill, Mornington Peninsula. Some of the dishes were stunning.
Had a taste of winter truffles in Yarra Valley, served as a 5-course degustation by Mathew Macartney, organised by Fringe Food Festival.
An interactive meal atop one of Melbourne’s tallest buildings. This degustation felt like a beguiling, playful and delicious escapade.
French-inspired cuisine in Melbourne CBD. A food blogger’s photo-rich account of a courtesy meal there.
French cafe in Hawthorn with particularly delicious cold drip coffees, perfect to pair with a macaron or two by Josephine.
Footscray’s Station Hotel has opened an offshoot gastropub in South Melbourne with a French-inspired rotisserie focussed menu.
French food by Philippe Mouchel at 24 Russel St, Melbourne. The rustic homely Sunday Lunch here involved really huge portions.
Luscious French patisserie boulangerie in South Melbourne with a pleasant brunch menu and wonderful eclairs. Busy on weekends.