Looking for a new place to try Malaysian and Indonesian cuisine? Tired of the common items on the menu and seeking for more options? Why not try Koko Yee? A new player in the Melbourne CBD market with different hawker offerings to the usual.
Needing to find a good spot to chill out with a good bowl of Udon noodles and not knowing where to go? Head on down to Nama Nama on the Spring Street end of Melbourne CBD for some ‘feet’ kneaded udon goodness.
If you happen to be around the area (or if you’re not, get there!) in South Melbourne, why not try out Dahon Gourmet Tea Lounge for some amazing teas (skip the coffees!) and good Filipino food? If you’re quite unsure how the two things go together, don’t knock it until you’ve tried it
Hoping for something new and exciting the next time you dine out in Melbourne? Can’t be bothered with lining up for 2 hours before securing a table? What is with the no-booking policy springing up everywhere? Fear no more! There is a chance to experience a progressive dinner at WTC’s new dining precinct! Read on to find out more as well as how you can win a $100 dining voucher!
Looking for new Malaysian restaurants to visit? New yet old restaurant chains are popping up in Melbourne with Sydney born Mamak and Malaysian born PappaRich landing on Melbourne’s multicultural front, providing yet another Malaysian feast to all who visit.