Shakahari Too

Shakahari Too

Casual Vegetarian restaurant in the sleepy suburb of South Melbourne with particularly delectable desserts.

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The Kettle Black

The Kettle Black

Bright and elegantly Scandinavian cafe in South Melbourne (by the people behind Top Paddock) with a unique menu of light and healthy brunch dishes.

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Ayam Penyet Ria

Ayam Penyet Ria

Ayam Penyet Ria is a Singaporean franchise specialising in Indonesian Ayam Penyet (deep fried smashed chicken). The sambal here is superbly spicy.

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Puck Specialty Coffee | Verb Cafe

Puck Specialty Coffee | Verb Cafe

Today we explore a couple of lesser known brunch spots. Puck Specialty Coffee in South Melbourne & Verb Cafe in Flemington.

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Peko Peko, South Melbourne

Peko Peko, South Melbourne

Taiwanese joint in South Melbourne with a pretty decent sharing menu.

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Magic Espresso | Hams & Bacon by Pope Joan

Magic Espresso | Hams & Bacon by Pope Joan

A short and sweet brunch post covering a new place and a revisit to an old place with new things! Magic Espresso + Pope Joan’s Hams & Bacon store.

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Attack of the Parentals

Attack of the Parentals

Parentals have attacked Melbourne again! This time, we ate out less & cooked at home more. Read this epic post to find out all of our food mischiefs.

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The South Melbourne Trader | Albert Park Deli

The South Melbourne Trader | Albert Park Deli

Find out what I got up to a few weekends ago. Friday burgers at South Melbourne Trader, Saturday brunch at Albert Park Deli, & cooking roast char siew.

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Brasserie Bread - Artisan Baking at Home

Brasserie Bread – Artisan Baking at Home

Attended a breadmaking class, courtesy of Brasserie Bread. And boy, was it a lot of fun!!

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Claypots Evening Star (& Seafood Bar)

Claypots Evening Star (& Seafood Bar)

Claypots somehow manages to fuse Asian flavours with Mediterranean-style cooking, giving us some of the best seafood dishes I’ve had in Melbourne.

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