K-Town Restaurant is located in the center of the Glen Waverley Shopping Center. It is located in the 52 Montclair Avenue Building along with its sister restaurant, BBQ-K that is located in the Ground Floor.
Abacus is located very close at the heart of Chapel Street. We instantly fell in love with the building and the high ceiling restaurant with lots of greeneries which we love so much. Love the semi open air restaurant with chilling vibe and really nice place to stay around hanging out with friends or families over drinks. We’re so excited to be invited to try their new menu.
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.
We’re glad to be invited by The Left-Handed Chef, Ehud Malka (Head Chef/Owner) to have food experience in this cute cafe. Continue reading
Grosvenor (pronounced as “Grovner”) Hotel situated in the busy Brighton Road, Balaclava.
You hardly miss this hotel because the spacious building stands among others with white colour and Victorian historical architecture style building.
We’re glad to be invited by Grosvenor Hotel Team to experience the dishes designed by a newly appointed head chef who has French bistro-style and modern Italian cooking background.
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.
Following the successful Benny Burger in Richmond with the famous “Ethical Burger”,
this burger shop opened the new branch in Little Collins, Melbourne CBD early 2018.
Owned by Shannon Bennett, famous Vue De Monde’s chef; He introduced the “Ethical way” to make a burger meaning that all ingredients are all organically or ethically produced.
We’re glad to be re-invited in Benny Burger shop, Little Collins.
Hiatus cafe located in the busy High street closed to Kew Junction.
Perfectly situated with the easy access using public transport and private vehicles.
They offer healthy option of the brunch dishes with reasonable price (nothing is over $20.00), unique dishes and great quality; thus you might not see mainstream brunch dishes such as, big breakfast or other meaty dishes.
This doesn’t mean that they’ve neglected the meat lovers, they do serve meaty dish in the limited options.
The idea makes Hiatus stand out among other brunch cafes.
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.
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.
Siam Thai is an authentic Thai restaurant located in the busy Bourke Street, Melbourne CBD.
This Thai restaurant brings variety of signature dishes from four corners of Thailand (Central, Northern, Northeast, Southern).
Each region has its own uniqueness, but it shares common elements of spicy, sour, sweet and salty.
We’re delighted to be invited by Siam Thai to have dine in experience.