Teaser post covering several Melbourne restaurants that I took my visitors (cousin trouble & geek hubby) to. Also contains a write-up on Brooks 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.
Two cafés in Melbourne’s Bayside explored in this post. First a colourful brunch in Brighton, then sweets in St Kilda.
Restaurant in St Kilda with South American-inspired cuisine in a stunning setting that straddles the old and new.
European-looking place with alfesco seating in St Kilda. You can get $5.50 pizzas and $2 beers at certain times on weekdays.
An old standard in St Kilda, Cicciolina serves Italian fare in a very mood ambience.
Fusion cuisine. I was comparing this Andrew McConnell venture in St Kilda with Chin Chin in the CBD. Both have their merits, but I prefer..
This little restaurant in St Kilda serves one of the freshest grilled seafoods in Melbourne. The flavours have a slight Asian slant.
Blog post about Circa in St Kilda (Melbourne) written in the style of a conversation between its 3 diners.