HOT: Stagger Lee’s, 276 Brunswick St, Fitzroy

Stagger Lee’s is a new addition to the Fitzroy cafe scene and is as excellent as you’d expect from the operators of ever-busy and award-winning Proud Mary in Collingwood. I’m not sure what used to be housed in the prime corner site on Brunswick and Victoria Streets but now it’s a bustling cafe spilling out on […]

HOT: Goz City, 502 Lt Collins St, Melbourne

Gözleme is a simple, satisfying filled flatbread from Turkey which has found its way to our markets and festivals….and now Goz City, Australia’s first gözleme store. Before you turn your nose up at Turkish street food being given a permanent residence in Melbourne’s CBD, consider trying the gözleme being served at Goz City. I was […]

HOT: Olive Oil and Butter, 196 Somerville Rd, Kingsville

Kingsville is a sleepy little triangle sandwiched between Yarraville, Seddon and West Footscray. Within that sandwich is a tiny strip of shops on Somerville Road and within that tiny strip of shops is a fantastic Greek bakery and cafe called Olive Oil and Butter. You can’t miss it because when it opens in the mornings […]

Mother’s Day High Tea in Melbourne – Sunday 11 May

This Sunday 11 May is Mother’s Day, the one day of the year that you can really show your mum how much you appreciate her. One of the loveliest things you can do is to treat your mum to high tea (with or without the kids!). Here’s a round-up of Mother’s Day high teas in […]

HOT: The Tea Salon, Shop 2041 Level 2 Emporium Melbourne, 295 Lonsdale St, Melbourne

Melbourne is arguably Australia’s fashion and food capital – and we especially love afternoon tea. So it was a no brainer for Sydney-based outfit The Tea Salon to open their Melbourne outpost in the shiny new $1.2 billion Emporium Melbourne shopping centre. In amongst the sleek, modern architecture of Emporium Melbourne  The Tea Salon stands out as a place of storybook whimsy. […]

HOT: Zhou Zhou Bar, upstairs Oriental Tea House, 455 Chapel St, South Yarra

Oriental Teahouse in Chapel Street now hosts an (almost) secret bar upstairs called Zhou Zhou, named after its owner, the well-known Melbourne tea specialist and David Zhou. I was invited to check out the Zhou Zhou on opening and after some confusion about the entrance I climbed the stairs from the brightly lit Oriental Teahouse to […]

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