Café and roastery in the Melbourne’s East with coffees that I’d cross suburbs for. Delicious, robust and interesting.
My humble, closing thoughts and observances about the week where I lived below the line.
This affordable Chinese eatery has been a stalwart favourite of mine over the decades. I swapped favourite dishes for this visit.
This update will cover the cooking and prep-work involved on the weekend before the challenge, and blog entries for Days 1 and 2.
A historical, tucked-away gentlemans outfitter and café in a secluded CBD laneway. A nice place to just ‘be’.
Food blogger takes on the challenge of spending $2 a day on food, in order to experience living below the line of extreme poverty.
Drinking places in Fitzroy and Collingwood. One specialising in craft beers and a grazing menu, the other in cocktails and ambience.
Café and roastery in Melbourne’s Bayside region. Decent coffees and a simple menu, I’d come here to buy beans.
Old-school diner that serves modern British fare in Port Melbourne. Interesting menu, and some of the cocktails are served in teacups!