Cosy and unassuming Italian restaurant in Carlton with friendly prices and lovely gnocchis and tiramisu.
Partook in a friend’s (Northern Chinese) family tradition of making dumplings together for Chinese New Year. Loved it!
Cosy cafe in Hawthorn with light, thoughtfully crafted brunch dishes made with underlying Japanese sensibilities.
There’s only two Balinese restaurants in Melbourne. I enjoyed my meal here. Gentle flavours, fragrant herbs, superb sambal.
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.
Cosy Japanese restaurant in Seddon with home-style Japanese dishes cooked and served with pride.
Winsome brunch spot in Fitzroy with good coffees and a tasty brunch menu.
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.
A casual series of the cheap eats that Fatbee and I have been exploring on our lazy work-week nights. Why cook when we can feast like kings so cheaply?