A new Japanese eatery with a name that sounds like an English Pub? Why? Why not? Gypsy & Pig, new on the food dining scene is the new “must-go-to” Japanese restaurant in Melbourne. Be sure to book, with a seating capacity of 22 pax and amazing food to boot this place won’t stay hidden for long!
Chinese Kitchens – Lau’s Family Kitchen @ St. Kilda, Sung’s Kitchen @ Melbourne CBD & Vinh Ky @ Richmond
Ever wondered where the local Chinese people go to for good Chinese meals? Ever follow the age old saying of “Dine where the locals are”? I share with you three restaurants to enjoying a lovely Chinese cuisine in Melbourne.
Not too sure where to go on your next lunch break? Would you like to go on a quick Japanese eatery tour with me? Why not head over to Akachochin at South Wharf Promenade for your next Bento meal, or stay in the CBD for some cheap and cheery meal at Purple Peanuts?
There’s a new fox in town and he ain’t sly about it! Michael Fox and Paul Mathis have partnered up to showcase some Modern European with a twist of Aussie flair cuisine to Melbourne CBD punters. Don’t be shy now 🙂
If you are tired of the latest Mexican bandwagon to hit Melbourne but still interested in other cuisines from the south of the America’s, why not try out Newmarket Hotel in St Kilda (Californian-inspired Hispanic grill) and San Telmo’s (Argentinian) in Melbourne city, you won’t be disappointed!