Hidden burger spot tucked at the end of an alleyway opposite Queen Victoria Market’s deli hall.
Cosy little joint in the CBD serving cuisine from Borneo / East Malaysia. Do try their signature dish, the Dry Bak Kut Teh!
Incredibly popular Korean BBQ den in Melbourne serving the much talked-about 8 Colorful Flavours of Pork Belly BBQ set.
Noodle shop along Elizabeth Street’s stretch of cheap eats serving excellent Kolo Mee and Kampua Noodles from Sarawak, Malaysia.
Casual eatery serving Indonesian one-dish meals. Make sure you do it Indonesian-style by having it with keropok (crackers) & kecap manis (sweet soy sauce).
Korean BBQ place with a pleasant, industrial atmosphere, good cocktail Korean rice wines and food that’s cooked for you over a charcoal fire.
American-inspired bar and eatery hidden in a Melbourne laneway with nice cocktails, delicious food and an atmospheric ambience. Perfect for date night!
This post covers the cheap and tasty lunch snacks that you can grab at Queen Victoria Market, Melbourne – Boreks and Bratwurst!
Korean BBQ restaurant in Melbourne with good quality (albeit small-sized) dishes. The sliced pork belly is particularly good.