Twin post covering a couple of cheap eats around the CBD. It wasn’t that great, making me wonder if quality’s different when dining over the festive season.
Cheap and cheery sushi train shop in Chinatown, Melbourne CBD. The variety of items on offer is staggering, with most of them priced at $3 a plate.
Finally found a great spot for Nasi Padang food from West Sumatra, Indonesia. My Indonesian companions gives this restaurant a big thumbs up!
Japanese Gyoza Bar in Melbourne CBD with an extensive menu of dishes, all priced at $6.50 per plate. Loved the variety here.
CBD explorations. Today we visit Gekkazan – a simple Japanese lunch spot in Melbourne GPO and for sweets we sampled Short Stop – a delightful donut shack.
Vietnamese food post covering a Pho shop in Melbourne Emporium (CBD), and an old-school Com Tam (broken rice) joint in Footscray.
Thai restaurant in the city with authentic (and spicy) dishes served with a light modern twist. Visit this place & experience Bangkok’s urban food culture.
Busy Korean restaurant in the CBD with good stone-bowl bibimbaps and buddae jiggae (army stews). Also check out the Japanese supermarket a few doors away.
The Grain Store in Melbourne is quite well known as a brunch spot, but many of us do not know that they’re also open for dinner service.