Where to eat and drink in Melbourne.
lucy liu melbourne cbd

MELBOURNE | Lucy Liu Kitchen & Bar is hidden off Oliver Lane in Melbourne’s CBD, and offers diners a menu of pan-Asian delights in a modern, vibrant space which combines concrete, wood, and bright lights. Music is loud, but not too loud, and service is snappy and attentive. Co-owners Michael

harley house melbourne cbd

MELBOURNE | Harley House Melbourne is the current incarnation of the basement space which has housed bars like Exchange Bar, Strange Wolf, and La Chinesca over the years. This version is owned by artist, Vincent Fantauzzo, whose artwork graces the walls, and property developer Robert Hargrave, and features music at

bosozuku south yarra

MELBOURNE | Nestled on Bray Street, off Chapel Street in South Yarra, Bosozoku is a hidden sake and burger den in the heart of Melbourne. The only Japanese Biker Gang themed bar in Melbourne, with its edgy vibe, tables made out of tyres and motorbike chairs, this is the place

sash japanese windsor

MELBOURNE | Sash Japanese is a new Windsor restaurant from Kyle Stagoll and Dave Nelson (Bondi Espresso), that aims to bring something different to Melbourne’s dining scene. We were intrigued when we first heard about the concept, and were happy to accept an invite to check out the offering. The

MELBOURNE | It’s no secret that we’re fans of American BBQ at The City Lane, so when we were driving down Sydney Road in Coburg the other week, and noticed a new spot, Bluestone American BBQ had opened, we knew we had to visit. One of our favourite kinds of

st ali south melbourne

MELBOURNE | St Ali South Melbourne opened back in 2005 and was one of the pioneers of Melbourne’s third wave coffee scene, introducing things to Melbourne’s coffee and cafe scene that Melburnians take for granted today. St Ali was at the forefront of bean to cup coffee in Melbourne, ethical

no. 18 ramen richmond

MELBOURNE | No. 18 Ramen Richmond is the second venue from the team behind the popular St Kilda ramen spot of the same name, and offers a ramen experience that differs from most in Melbourne. Rather than focusing on tonkotsu, or pork broth ramen, the specialty here is Ohako, or chicken

oriental tea house south yarra

MELBOURNE | Oriental Teahouse opened the doors to its South Yarra venue in 2003, and since then has expanded to Melbourne’s CBD and Chadstone. Aware that things had gotten a bit tired, tea master and restaurateur David Zhou embarked on a revamp on the original, which relaunched in May this

sir charles fitzroy

MELBOURNE | Sir Charles is a Fitzroy cafe that’s part of the every expanding Coffee Culture Communication Group (Au79, Blue Fox, Liar Liar, Prospect Espresso) and serves up breakfast and lunch dishes that are familiar but with an Asian twist. The former Beans and Bagels space has been completely transfromed

tsujiri melbourne cbd

MELBOURNE | Tsujiri is one of the oldest matcha brands in the world, dating back to 1860 when it was founded in Uji, Kyoto. In that time, Tsujiri has become famous for its high quality matcha, which is still sourced from the highest quality leaves harvested in Uji. The brand