Needing a few tips when thinking of what to have for brunch at South Melbourne? Here is a quick guide and suggestion on how you can spend your morning (and well into the late afternoon) eating around South Melbourne 🙂
Have you ever been to Bangkok? Do you crave for pad thai? Have you heard about Bangkok’s best pad thai dish? If you are headed this way, I think you may need to change your itinerary to include a visit to this humble restaurant.
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.
St. Ali’s sister cafe in the north has finally opened up its big wide doors to the people of the north. Aptly named “North”, it’s attracting locals and wannabes far and wide 🙂
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.