Collective Espresso, Camberwell (Invited)

Located just 3 mins away from Camberwell Station, Collective Espresso is easy to be be found.
The place is good for small to medium size group of people given the size of the place.
They have a long table with high chair in the middle of the restaurant with lots of light. Perfect for casual brunch with friends and family.
They also have some outdoor table if you come with pets 🙂
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The Left-Handed Chef, South Melbourne (Invited)

The Left-Handed Chef offers the authentic Israeli cuisine situated in Park Street, South Melbourne.
The cafe is conveniently accessible by public transport: Tram no 1 – Stop 24 (Park St/Clarendon St, 10 mins walking distance) or Tram no 12 – stop 129 (Clarendon St/Park St, 5 mins walking distance); There are plenty on the street car parks available if you prefer to travel using your private vehicle.
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Bistro Morgan, Windsor (Invited)

The prodigy “Morgan Hipworth” started his passion to make doughnuts from his parent’s kitchen.
First he tried the pop-up store and successfully sold 10,000 doughnuts; Soon he opened his first store in 2016 when he was 16 years old.
He’s very hardworking teenagers and mature; While most of teenagers in his age spend their time having fun in the afternoon, Morgan looked after his doughnut business in the afternoon after finishing school and did all his homeworks.

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Yakiniku Don, Melb CBD

We came across this restaurant by chance. We initially want to go to our usual place to have a Gyutan Don, but then we remembered the price of the dish went up again and we felt like it’s just not worth it to eat that dish in that restaurant anymore.
So we decided to start our journey to find a new nice place to enjoy Gyutan Don. Then we searched for new Japanese rice place and came across this place.

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Chopstick Delight, Mulgrave

Chopstick Delight is like your typical Chinese restaurants served by lots of Chinese aunties who will assumed you are also Chinese speaking Asian cause you looked like most Asians, but sadly I can only said “bu ke yi jiang hua yi” or Cannot Speak Chinese –
which kind of contradicting I must say.

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MC Dumpling, Footscray (Invited)

Mc Dumpling nestled in the busy street of Footscray area surrounded by other Asian restaurants and markets.
A simple and humble restaurant, no-fuss and pretty straightforward eating place where you can enjoy delicious dumplings and cook to order Chinese meals with great value.
The restaurant set up is like a diner but with touch of Chinese and Asian heritage here and there.

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The Cricketers Neighbourhood Eatery, Port Melbourne (Invited)

The Cricketers Eatery is a long established local pub, tucked away from the hustle & bustle busy street in Port Melbourne since 1876.
The pub is quietly located in the residential area where you wouldn’t struggle to find on the street car park.
We’re glad to be invited to the newly renovated The Cricketers Neighbourhood Eatery, Port Melbourne.

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