Dinners by the sea always evokes images of sunsets, wineglasses and sea breeze. This meal in Port Melbourne was pretty enjoyable.
I’ve been visiting places in the Northside more often these days. This café in Brunswick has good coffees and an interesting menu.
Underground Japanese bar in Melbourne with a hidden entrance, and a modern and well-executed menu of light dishes to accompany your drinks.
European-looking place with alfesco seating in St Kilda. You can get $5.50 pizzas and $2 beers at certain times on weekdays.
I’ve recently thought deeply about why Singapore (and Malaysian) food in Australia just doesn’t taste the same as back home.
Bright, blue and cheery little corner café in South Melbourne, with ‘Yeehaa” blend coffees by Single Origin Roasters in Sydney.
Cheap and pleasant Japanese cafe in the CBD. Flavours can be a little Westernised, but it’s done so in a sensible direction.
A truly memorable restaurant in Bellarine Peninsula. What we had here can best be described as humble, and yet magical at the same time.
I’ve started exploring Melbourne’s north more lately, brunching my way through places my friends love. Today, we explore Brunswick.