Mister Margherita located in Park Street just couple minutes after the Domain Interchange Tram Stop. A small yet cozy with its own edge pizzeria that offers full range of pizza from the traditional pizza, calzone and their delicious garlic focaccia all made fresh in house. During our visit, the restaurant was flooded with online orders and also visitors and we certainly know why.
Continuing on our first stop and invitation from Box Hill Central, It was around 9.30 PM and we decided to find other restaurants that were still open on Friday.
When we’re having a stroll, we smelt mala tang from distance … Sniff! Sniff!
That tasty smell coming from Little Sichuan by Dainty Sichuan which brought us to our next destination. Continue reading
Box Hill Central has become the icon, hang out spot and “meeting point” place when you’re around Box Hill suburb. This place is an urban Asian dining hub where you can find more than 50 restaurants spreading from North Precinct and South Precinct of Box Hill Central.
We’re glad that we received $50.00 voucher to spend by Box Hill Central Team.
Hakoya Izakaya is a young authentic Japanese restaurant situated in Lonsdale Street, CBD. This restaurant offers an array of mainstream / popular Japanese dishes such as: Gyoza, Salmon Tataki, Okonomiyaki, Sashimi & Rolls, Katsu, Donburi and others.
In addition to these dishes, they also offer their signature dishes “Signature Seiromushi (Japanese steam cooking method)” and “Nabe (hot pot)” to make it stand out from other Japanese restaurants around Melbourne CBD.
Located just in the Wellington Road at the area of the Petrol Station. A mini pop up store which facilitate dine in and takeaway HSP menu till late at night, especially for the students and the late night snack hunters. The place is easy to reach with public transport, pretty much anything that takes you to Monash Clayton University. If you are driving, there are plenty of free parking spots inside petrol station area.
You can see a couple dancing and jumping accompanying by other cartoon characters inside our mind If you can probe what’s happening when we won the brunch raffle or competition.
We won again!! Yuuueayyyyy… We’re so happy and for some reasons that day was brighter and shinier comparing to other days after knowing that we won a competition run by fo0die (2 dishes + 2 drinks at Sardi Cafe).
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.
The iconic cafe, The Fitz is one of the longest-running cafe in Melbourne. Without looking at the location, people might take a guess where is the location of this cafe.
I bet you know it! Yes, it’s located at the heart of Brunswick street, Fitzroy.
We’re glad to be invited by The Fitz team to have our foodie experience.
Klang & Co is a cute and humble looking Malaysian restaurant located just in the alley-access (Don Arcade) GlenFerrie Station. You hardly miss this restaurant, just simply find a yellow/black outdoor table.
@whatepieats is so glad to be invited and experience a different part (Klang City) of Malaysian food.
If like us you ever had the craving for endless supply of tender juicy pork ribs then look no further because Squires Loft Camberwell’s got you covered.
Today the Whatepieats team has been invited to sample the loft’s Monday night special – $50 for “all you can eat ribs” only at the Camberwell Store.
We reckon that’s a pretty good deal right there – who does not love finger licking bbq ribs?!