HOT: Flour Market Afternoon Delight, Melbourne Central Level 2 Link Bridge, Melbourne

Flour Market is a super popular pop up market that showcases Melbourne’s small, artisan and emerging bakers. Since its inception in 2013 it’s been the launching pad for new businesses such as Waffles Jolie and Agathe Patisserie. Despite numerous attempts I’ve never managed to make it to Flour Market. Even though it’s generally held early […]

HOT: Doyle and Sons, 101 Hudsons Rd, Spotswood

Doyle and Sons is the first time venture for former chef Steven Doyle and is on the site of the previously rather down-at-heel Jace’s 101 Cafe.  The two-room space has been spruced up with an aqua colour scheme and a grey buttoned banquette, though the white walls are looking a bit bare at the moment. The […]

HOT: Westie Women Food Rides – Bookings now open!

A very wet day on Saturday didn’t deter a group of intrepid women joining me for another Westie Women Food Ride with The Squeaky Wheel. The series of food tours are all about encouraging women to ride their bikes, be confident on the roads and to explore their local streets and eateries through a different theme every […]

HOT: Smith and Singleton, 48 Flemington Rd, Parkville

Smith and Singleton is a classy all-day cafe, bar and restaurant within the Larwill Studio Hotel, a upmarket hotel that’s part of the boutique Art Series Hotels group. It’s adjacent to the Royal Children’s Hospital in Parkville and the popular Royal Park Nature Play playground and takes its name from the two founding doctors of […]

HOT: District North, 678-680 Mt Alexander Road, Moonee Ponds

District North cafe is a new addition to the increasingly interesting dining out scene in Moonee Ponds and Melbourne’s inner north-west. It’s a bright beautiful building in amongst the rather dingy and grey surroundings of Mt Alexander Road, a peacock amongst the pigeons. The Scandi-chic cafe is only 8 weeks old and already has a signature dish […]

HOT: Tim Ho Wan, 15-17, 206 Bourke St, Melbourne

Tim Ho Wan has finally opened its restaurant in Melbourne and amazingly, the queues are not that long (if you time it right)! For those who don’t know, the original Tim Ho Wan is the famous tiny 30-seater dim sum restaurant in Hong Kong – and the cheapest Michelin-starred restaurant in the world. It’s received one […]

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