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 🙂
Did you realise that there are many versions of satay and the first satay originated from Indonesia? In this Spotlight post, we showcase to you Malaysia’s famous version of satay.
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!
If you’re looking to head out to the country for some needed Rest and Relax or even just to breath in the sea change/tree change, make sure the Mornington Peninsula is on your list. If you’re afraid that the food there won’t quite match your opinion of country fare cuisine, think again, as the Counting House Restaurant certainly has what it takes.
Ever wanted to dine in one of the World’s 50 Best Restaurants, but haven’t been able to find the time to fly to them (Australia only has Quay)? We were ecstatic to find out that Brett Graham and his Ledbury team were travelling down to Melbourne during the Melbourne Food and Wine Festival 2012 event and knew we just had to get places to dine. We did, and here we are reporting from the front line 🙂