Melbourne Food & Drink

Where to eat and drink in Melbourne.

BangPop in South Wharf is the latest Thai restaurant to open in Melbourne.  Occupying the space formerly home to “The Sharing House”, BangPop focuses on serving Thai street food in a casual environment. The space is really open and light and suits the food style and stated aim well.  The Lego bar from

Mr Banks is a new cafe that’s opened in Melbourne’s CBD serving all day breakfast as well as lunch.  It’s located in the newly renovated Fulham Place, just off Flinders Lane in Melbourne’s CBD. I had actually intended to check out the CBD branch of Collingwood burger joint Huxtaburger “Huxtaburger CBD“, however

Pho Chu The Victoria Street is one of many places that you can go to if you want a bowl of Pho in this part of town. Victoria Street in Richmond used to be to go-to spot for quality Vietnamese food in Melbourne, however in recent years the focus has

melbourne restaurants top rated

Melbourne has a large number of top rated restaurants.  Many of the genuinely best restaurants appear in many sources, however sometimes you can find places on these lists that aren’t necessarily the best. Urbanspoon, for example, contains a very extensive list, and is used by many people to decide where

melbourne restaurants top rated

Melbourne has a large number of top rated restaurants.  Many of the genuinely best restaurants appear in many sources, however sometimes you can find places on these lists that aren’t necessarily the best. Urbanspoon, for example, contains a very extensive list, and is used by many people to decide where

The Alehouse Project is a bar in Brunswick East that sells a carefully selected choice of craft beers from both Australian brewers and from around the world.  If you haven’t been to the area for a while, you might remember that the space was formerly the Comfortable Chair.  Let me

Albert St Food & Wine Brunswick is a restaurant in Melbourne that was recently awarded one hat in the Age Good Food Guide 2013 (the first restaurant in Brunswick to receive a hat).  Housed in a former bank building, the interior is modern and minimalist – timber floors, white walls,