We welcome the newest addition to the Japanese restaurants in Melbourne. Nestle in the quiet side of Flinders Lane, Akaiito brings us modern Japanese foods with chic, sexy and luxurious ambience from an open robata omakase area, cosy bar and sushi counter – truly an ultimate Japanese cuisine experience.
David’s Spicy Pot is one of the fastest growing Spicy Hot Pot restaurants in Melbourne. They have 3 branches around CBD for now: Latrobe St, Russel St and Elizabeth St. We believe they will even have more branches and cover different part of Melbourne CBD and inner suburbs anytime soon if they could deliver the consistent taste, great customer services and fresh / creative variety of food selections.
Oriental Spoon 2 is one of the longstanding Korean restaurants in Melbourne with consistent food over these years. Specialising in staple and hearty Korean foods which can be casually enjoyed everyday. Oriental Spoon 2 is the second shop of the Oriental Spoon sister company in La Trobe St and it introduced the Korean BBQ dining on the second floor. With more than 80 seats available in the restaurant, Oriental Spoon 2 is easily become the options to dine in with a big group.
Claypots Barbarosa, CBD is the youngest among the other well established Claypots sister’s restaurant in Saint Kilda and South Melbourne.
This humble venue offers creative and traditional European style “Aperitivo Hour” specialising in Seafood. This venue built under the concept of hospitality, friends a place where people feel warm, welcoming and delighted.
We’re so delighted to be invited to have foodie experience in Claypots CBD.
Hui Lau Shan opened its first store in Australia in the busy Elizabeth St in Melbourne CBD.
This Hong Kong chain is famous for its prominent use of mango in their diverse range of drinks and desserts – from ice cream balls, mochi balls, sago and soup desserts.
You surely won’t miss this shop with bright yellow sign from the outside. The shop is located right beside claw machines arcade with cute decorations.
We almost mistaken that they are the same shops.
Hotpot restaurant has become a trend in Melbourne since 2017 and that’s where David’s Spicy Pot first established right in Melbourne CBD. This restaurant is considered one of the fastest growing Sichuan restaurants.
It takes less than 2 years since the opening of David’s main branch, this Sichuan restaurant has already opened 2 other branches located on different part of Melbourne CBD, Russell Street and Elizabeth Street.
Thinking of something Japanese, quick and yummy? You are in the right place.
Rice workshop introduces itself as a Japanese rice bowl bar that offers quick Donburi (rice bowls) and bento boxes at great value.
It has many stores around Melbourne but this particular one has always been in Chinatown for more than 5 years now.
So excited when we are re-invited to one of our favorites Thai restaurant, @Siam Thai. Located in the heart of CBD, it makes a wonderful choice for dine in, especially with a big group. They introduced us to a set of new menus from new chef as well.
Club Colombia is a vibrant colorful Colombian restaurant that aims to serve authentic Colombian cuisine and also give you a taste of mini Colombia at their restaurant. From the colorful bright colored painted walls and portraits of famous Colombian people,
they sure going all out to give customers experience of Colombia.