Attended a breadmaking class, courtesy of Brasserie Bread. And boy, was it a lot of fun!!
Claypots somehow manages to fuse Asian flavours with Mediterranean-style cooking, giving us some of the best seafood dishes I’ve had in Melbourne.
New Lots is a Brooklyn-inspired café hidden in a quiet part of South Melbourne. A bit of a surprise find, food and coffees were good!
South Melbourne is becoming a mecca of good coffee. I think this brew bar serves the best coffee in the South Melbourne Market.
Part 2 of a whilrwind tour of Melbourne eateries that I took a visitor to: Duchess of Spotswood, Pope Joan, Coin Laundry, Twenty & Six, St Ali.
This post covers the Melbourne restaurants that I was invited to in Winter 2012. I visited Shed 5, Henry and the Fox, and Spitiko.
A whirlwind tour of Melbourne places that Fatboo takes visitors to. (Auction Rooms, L’atelier by Monsieur Truffe, Cheerio, Old Kingdom)
In this brunch compilation, I explore two cafés here with breads as a common theme. One’s in North Melbourne, the other’s in South Melbourne.
Don’t get confused it its name, this café is one of the few places in Melbourne where you can get good, freshly cooked Filipino food.