A new restaurant just opened by the man behind Okra, we came with expectations of yummy foods and we sure were not wrong. O’Wok offers delicious Sichuan-influenced cuisine and of course Chinese influenced dumplings. Located in the main Burke Road this place sure would not be missed.
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
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.
Old School Pizza located in Coburg and strategically surrounded by residential area and offices.
Surely, a favorite spot to have lunch, dinner or even take away for the local and other neighborhoods.
The restaurant is also easily accessible by tram and plenty of car parks on the street.
We’re glad to be invited to try their newest dessert dish “The Pancake and Waffle Stack”.
Early September has been always a special month for us. Firstly, it’s the beginning of Spring Season in Australia and secondly is the birthday of Mr. What [E-pi] Eats. We’re blessed to receive a message from Sassy Co a day before that we’re invited to receive a free gift from this cookie shop.
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.
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.
Pezzo pocket pizza tucked in the small and busy Flinders Lane ,at the top end of Flinders Lane between Exhibition and Russell streets where saturated with many other restaurants and bars.
Grossi family’s introduced the pocket pizza to Melbourne which is very popular street foods in Italy.
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.
The White Elephant is a family business restaurant specialising in Sri Lankan cuisines.
This restaurant situated in the busy Barkly street, West Footscray;
It is accessible by public transport (approx. 15 min walking distance from West Footscray Station) and plenty of on the street car park spots if you prefer to use private vehicle.
We’re so delighted and excited for the invite to White Elephant and it’s the first time for us to try the Sri Lankan food.
Let’s find out …