The Beer and Burger Bar, Richmond

The Beer and Burger Bar perfectly situated in Swan Street, Richmond which is easily reachable by using public transport or private vehicle (plenty on the street car parks along this street).
From Melbourne Cricket Ground Stadium, it’s only 5-10 minutes walking distance.
No wonder, this place is always full pack of sport lovers on the weekend after the sport match.
We’re glad to be invited by Brian and the team to have food experience in this Bar.

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Vapiano, Melbourne CBD (Invited)

Vapiano tucked in the small Flinders Lane, in heart of the city amongst Melbourne’s famous lane ways and shopping.
Proven to be one of the most successful Italian Restaurants across Australia by having many branches in other states: Sydney, Gold Coast, Brisbane, Canberra and Melbourne.
We’re so delighted to be invited to taste their new winter menu and be among the first to sample Nutella Fondue and Pumpkin Soup.

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Bosozoku, South Yarra (Invited)

Bosozoku is a Japanese biker gangs inspired bar tucked in Bray Street, South Yarra.
It’s a cool looking, funky and fun bar where you can enjoy having beer, burgers, karaoke, sake, playing pool and table tennis.
Ohhh if you’re Nintendo lovers, yes there is a semi private room with Nintendo 64 console set up and ready for you to play while waiting for your food.
We’re delighted to be invited to try their newly revised winter menu.

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Tahina Bar, Fitzroy (Invited)

Tahina Bar, Fitzroy just recently opened following the successful main branch in Northcote.
This cute little bar brings the additional collection of Fitzroy restaurants/bars.
Tahina offers the vegetarian Israeli street food with a gourmet twist, delicious superfood smoothies and hand made natural ice cream.
Tahina is Roy and Nat’s shared dream to a humble, warm and special place where people enjoy home style Israeli food that will leave you feeling totally nourished and satisfied.

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Lover, Windsor (Invited)

Lover Restaurant/Bar located in the busy street Chapel street, Windsor *few minutes walking distance from Windsor Station.
By end of 2017, Will and his brother James Newton transformed this place from previously bright and white Uncommon cafe to the dark and intimate dining venue.
The place is easily accessible by public transport or even by private vehicle, plenty of street car parks.

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