Where to eat and drink in Melbourne.
craft and co collingwood

MELBOURNE | The Craft & Co is a unique venue in the heart of Collingwood, aimed at showcasing local Victorian and Australian producers in a variety of ways. Not only are they an eatery and bar, but they also have an in-house retail store, production facilities, on-site microbrewery, distillery, rooms

MELBOURNE | Are you a good egg? New South Melbourne café, Good Egg, is a bright and exciting café located opposite South Melbourne Market that focuses on highlighting the humble egg, building a menu around this single offering. This unique concept came about after co-owners Greg and Nick realized how

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

bhoj docklands

MELBOURNE | Bhoj is a family-run restaurant specialising in authentic Indian cuisine, accompanied by breathtaking views of the harbour in Docklands. The venue looks and feels quite traditional with statues and religious decorations, but maintains a touch of western culture with some of the furnishings and interior design. Perusing the

worker's club fitzroy review

MELBOURNE | The Worker’s Club has been through a few changes since it was the Rob Roy Hotel, all for the better. The pub offers a spacious main bar, side bar, band room and an outdoor courtyard. It’s a lot larger than you’d assume from the outside and the space is put

dr. morse abbotsford essentials

MELBOURNE | Dr. Morse Abbotsford is a bar that somehow missed our radar when it first opened. We passed by earlier this year, and to our surprise discovered a bar full of good things that we didn’t know existed. Located next to Victoria Park Railway station, Dr. Morse offers coffee from

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

MELBOURNE | Manakish is a delightful addition to the Sydney Road food scene in Brunswick with its minimalist approach to design very much in line with the aesthetics you see in the area’s eating and drinking spots today. What Manakish does well is to modernise traditional Lebanese food whilst making it approachable to all.

shujinko melbourne

MELBOURNE | Shujinko originally opened as 24 hour ramen joint, Menya Sandaime before closing for a few weeks and re-opening with a wider focus. Walk inside and you feel like you’ve been transported into one of Japan’s urban basement Izakayas. It’s super authentic with a low roof, low lighting, anime

bouvier brunswick east

MELBOURNE | Brunswick East is in a constant state of flux these days. Our offices are in the area and we’ve been amazed at the changes occuring on Lygon Street every time we take a walk. Early last year, when we saw an old shop make way for a boarded