Ready to take on the challenge of mindful eating? Well, the new kid on Armadale’s block sure is going to make it easy for you with their delicious 100% organic fresh produce menu. After a meal here, you’ll leave nourished and energised!
Escape from the hustle and bustle of the shopping strip that is Melbourne Central and Emporium and come rest your tired feet and perk your adrenaline up with a cup of coffee (or two) or even a bite to eat at the hidden gems that is Little Rogue and Lt. Nic.
Unsure of where to bring your beloved mother, this Mother’s Day? Well, have InterContinental Melbourne, The Rialto, got a treat for you! Celebrating this Mother’s Day, they have teamed up with 20th Century Fox and Crabtree & Evelyn to throw you The Sound of Music High Tea coinciding with the 50th Anniversary of the iconic movie.
Looking for a lovely Italian restaurant in the suburbs that don’t come with the hassle of over-crowding and loud noises? Keen for wood fired pizzas and traditional home cooked dishes? Look no further, than to La Svolta in Prahran.
New favourite cafe! In a secret location nevertheless, The Vertue of the Coffee Drink in Carlton is an amazing find and Melbourne’s worst kept new cafe secret!
If you’re hankering for a cafe that delivers a unique brunching experience with classic dishes given a little twist of surprise, look no further than to Hobba in Prahran. Introducing their new Autumn menu, we’re excited to share it with you.
MFWF returned this year with a bang at Prahran Market’s, Taste of Prahran Market! Join us as we walked around the familiar stalls and go completely crazy at eating all the things put in front of us!
To celebrate this humble blog turning 8 this year, we ramped up the party factor and bring in a ‘celebrity’ to help us create a worthy party cake. The result? An amazing and moist Double Chocolate Cake with a Salted Caramel Cream Cheese Frosting! Oh my…
Sir Charles Augustus FitzRoy, a shrewed political Australian Governor who not only gave birth to the name of Melbourne’s oldest suburb, Fitzroy, he can now also be glad for his newfound modern fame with Sir Charles, in Fitzroy, named after him.