Hidden in the back-alleys of South Melbourne, practically a stone’s throw away from the market, lies a hip and grungy cafe. With its cult following increasing as the years go by, St. Ali still manages to hold on to its reputation as a great place for coffee.
Serving up specialty coffees and teas as well as hearty vegetarian fare, Monk Bodhi Dharma is a hit with locals in the back alley of Balaclava.
On the lookout for a new good Japanese restaurant? Look no further. Quietly hidden on Bay Street in Port Melbourne (in between houses and offices) sits Komeyui, a modest new Japanese restaurant that is headed by Motomu Kumano (formerly of Kenzan).
The art of artisan baking has never been so fun! The recent arrival of Brasserie Bread into Melbourne heralds a whole new passionate arena when it comes to making sourdough bread.
When you’re craving something a little different, something a little exciting and adventurous, you should head over to My Mexican Cousin for your next meal. It’s a journey that will take you around the South Americas through to New Orleans filling your belly with delicious Creole cuisine.