St Kilda

MELBOURNE | Supernormal Canteen was the precursor to Supernormal Kitchen, and when it ran in the summer of 2013/14 (yes it really was that long ago!) it gave owner/chef Andrew McConnell and his team the opportunity to try a whole bunch of different things before opening the full-time restaurant in

stokehouse pontoon the diner st kilda

MELBOURNE | Enter Pontoon of The Stokehouse Precinct on any sunny afternoon and you’ll be met by a lively horde of guests packing tight around tables with a cocktail in one hand and seafood nibbles in the other. The place has the energy one would expect of a beachside joint

spring and summer st kilda

MELBOURNE | Spring and Summer opened without much fanfare in the second half of 2016, and since then has built a reputation amongst those in the know for serving up some of the most interesting Asian food in town. It had been on our list of places to visit for a

amigos st kilda

MELBOURNE | Among the buzz of Acland Street in St Kilda, you’ll find the newly revamped Amigos. This Mexican joint has parted ways with its old parent company and said bienvenidos to a new Colombian head chef and menu. Veering away from the heavy, cheesy dishes of its past, Amigos

junkyard cafe st kilda

MELBOURNE | Junkyard Cafe is a humble café located further inland than the more popular beach side spots in St Kilda. Taking inspiration from the ‘junkyard’ for which St Kilda is often referred to, the venue is purposely minimalist and laid-back, with a graffiti wall and mismatched furnishings and decor.

paper fish st kilda

MELBOURNE | Paper Fish is a casual fish and chip kiosk that’s opened as one part of the new Stokehouse in St Kilda and is inspired by owner Frank van Haandel’s memories of eating fish and chips on St Kilda beach when growing up. There’s a small selection of dishes

pontoon st kilda beach

MELBOURNE | Pontoon St Kilda Beach is the second out of three venues to open within the new Stokehouse Precinct, following a devastating fire to their flagship restaurant in 2014. Pontoon is like the rebellious middle child, being more of a casual social space as opposed to the take-away fish

newmarket hotel st kilda review

MELBOURNE | The Newmarket Hotel is a St Kilda institution that underwent a metamorphosis in 2011. with the tired old aspects of the pub giving way to something more on trend. 6 Degrees Architects revamped the space, making good use of the building’s bones to create a range of birght

united kitchen dining and tapas st kilda review

MELBOURNE | United Kitchen Dining & Tapas is located along bustling Fitzroy Street, within walking distance to St Kilda beach. Classifying themselves as a Latin American fusion tapas restaurant and cocktail bar, their aim is to ‘unite people and cultures via shared experiences’, hence the name United Kitchen. Opening in

house of crabs st kilda review

MELBOURNE | House of Crabs St Kilda is the Melbourne outpost of House of Crabs Sydney and brings a similar concept to this part of the country. That concept is fresh boiled crabs, prawns and mussels along with a selection of grilled seafood, sides and snacks in a casual, fun