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Melbourne, VIC

Queen Elizabeth makes Little Lonsdale talk of the town!- Part II

The food scene on the section of Little Lonsdale Street between Queen and Elizabeth Streets, and its adjoining laneways is thriving with an injection of some of Melbourne’s best dining hotspots. Here are some more highlights for you to experience: Brothl - 123 Hardware Street Yes...you pronounced it correctly! Joost Bakker, the genius behind Greenhouse Perth, is at it again. This time has t ...


Melbourne CBD, VIC

Queen Elizabeth makes Little Lonsdale Talk of the Town!

The food scene on the section of Little Lonsdale Street, between Queen and Elizabeth Streets, and its adjoining laneways is thriving with an injection of some of Melbourne’s best dining hotspots. Over the coming weeks, we show you I Eat Melbourne’s pick of the bunch: Paperboy Kitchen - 320 Little Lonsdale Street Vietnamese Banh Mi & Noodles, or as Paperboy Kitchen describes its men ...


South Melbourne, VIC

Add The Kettle Black to your list!

Not too long ago, people used to file down Albert Road in large numbers, unless you were on the guest list of course. That was the nightclub scene. At present, people are filling the same section of street once again just to get on the list - the seating list at The Kettle Black. Kettle Black, South Melbourne House-made coconut yoghurt The Kettle Black is the latest pin-up eatery in town. It’s ...


Yarraville, VIC

Ride on into Kawa-Sake!

Melbourne is such a diverse city that it’s almost impossible to take it all in! Many Melburnians don’t always take the opportunity to venture out into neighbouring suburbs for the occasional spontaneous feed. On Saturday, I decided to try something different and headed over the Maribyrnong River and into Yarraville. For those of you who haven't spent a lazy Saturday afternoon strolling aroun ...


Melbourne CBD, VIC

Emporium Melbourne makes the “food court” fashionable once again!

When most people think of a food court, the first thing that comes to mind is crammed, smelly and a little bit greasy. Thankfully, the recently opened Emporium Melbourne in the CBD is redefining these perceptions with class and all-star might.   With more than 30 outlets, ranging from the Gluten-free Paleo-inspired Thrive to George Calombaris’ souvlaki bar, Jimmy Grants, the premium food offer ...


Moonee Ponds, VIC


Nestled behind the bustling foot traffic of Puckle Street, Chiba has established its dominance in the Moonee Ponds food scene. Even after moving to a bigger premises a few doors down from its original location on Hall Street, demand is high for this suburban delight and reservations are essential in order to avoid disappointment. Whether it’s a dinner date for two or a get together for a larger ...


Melbourne CBD, VIC

Nobu @ Crown Casino

The Appeal of Nobu is endless. Whether it be a restaurant for that celebratory dinner, a bar and lounge for an intimate drink with friends or a pit-stop for a bento lunch, this venue has it covered. Part of a world-wide chain of high-end restaurants, Nobu claims to be the most recognisable Japanese restaurant in the world. Known by most for its part-ownership by actor Robert De Niro, it has opene ...



Supernormal ... Ah McConnell, you've done it again!

Adding to his mighty fleet of Melbourne restaurant offerings, Andrew McConnell’s Supernormal can be described as Golden Fields reborn and a permanent fixture for last summer’s pop-up Supernormal Canteen. McConnell has further cemented his dominance on the 'Paris end' of Flinders lane with Cumulus Inc and Cumulus Up located on the other side of Exhibition Street. You can’t miss the lu ...