HOT: The Drifter’s Table, Small Block, 130 Lygon St, Brunswick East

I love a good pop up as much as the next Melburnian, but a pop up one-night-only dinner that I found out about via Twitter? I had to get myself to The Drifter’s Table! The Drifter’s Table is a project by Zac Nicholson, Robbie Bell and Keelan Gallogly – three chefs with experience from Quay, Rockpool Bar […]

HOT: High Coffee, Market Lane Bar, InterContinental Melbourne The Rialto, 495 Collins St, Melbourne

In a coffee-mad city, it’s surprising that until the indulgence of high tea hasn’t extended to the celebrating the coffee culture in Melbourne…until now. Just in time for Mother’s Day, the InterContinental Melbourne hotel, located in the heritage listed Rialto on Collins Street, has just launched High Coffee, available every afternoon from 2-5pm for $55 […]

HOT: GG Restaurant & Bar, 150 Clarendon St, East Melbourne

For an inner city suburb, I think that East Melbourne is strangely devoid of good eateries. Maybe because it’s sandwiched by the abundance of excellent choices in Fitzroy/Collingwood, Richmond and the CBD but my impression of the area is that it’s filled with very wealthy people who like to dine at home in the leafy […]

HOT: A Touch Of…Afternoon tea, Bursaria Fine Foods, Rosina Function Space, Abbotsford Convent, 1 Helier St, Abbotsford

Sunny Sundays are meant for enjoying tea and scones I think and the latest afternoon tea offering in Melbourne is by Bursaria Fine Foods at Abbotsford Convent. ‘A Touch Of…’ is billed as a vintage-inspired afternoon tea and I was invited to sample their first event. On arrival guests were presented with a flute of […]

HOT:, 1/173-177 Barkly St, St Kilda

The partnership of Remo Nicollini, restauranteur, and Lino Maglione, master pizza maker, have recently opened a new casual Italian eatery called in St Kilda. The two previously owned award winning pizzerias +39 and one of my CBD pizza haunts Espressino, then moved away to build the original in Sorrento and start Docklands favourite […]

HOT: Roda en camino, Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2013, The Commoner, 122 Johnston St, Fitzroy

The Commoner is one of my favourite restaurants in Melbourne. It is unpretentious, friendly, cosy and the thoughtful food has a strong focus on local and seasonal produce. Everything they do demonstrates care and a passion in the hard work of their producers and chefs.  It’s a restaurant with heart. For the Melbourne Food and Wine […]

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