Windsor

bkk windsor

MELBOURNE | BKK is the reincarnation of the space formerly known as Saigon Sally. BKK takes its inspiration from Thailand (the name comes from the IATA airport code for Bangkok’s Suvarnabhumi Airport) and is a more refined take on things than it predecessor. We were recently invited in to try

biggie smalls kbabs windsor

MELBOURNE | Biggie Smalls Kbabs is one of our favourite spots for a kebab, be it the Collingwood original or the food truck which pops up all over Melbourne. There’s now a second physical location at the Windsor end of Chapel Street, which pumps out Shane Delia’s kebabs with a

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

mr miyagi windsor

MELBOURNE | Mr Miyagi is a modern Japanese eatery on Chapel Street that’s built a solid following of customers who keep coming back for tasty, inventive Japanese food in a fun dining environment. Walk inside the venue and you’re greeted with a slick space full of neon lights, snappy slogans,

borsch, vodka tears

MELBOURNE | Borsch, Vodka & Tears was founded in 2002 by three Polish expats and has become a Chapel Street institution, specialising in Polish vodka, authentic wormwood absinthe, Eastern European beers and contemporary Polish dishes. The venue is styled after a Kraków cellar bar, and has a simple, homely atmosphere with

resto bobo windsor

MELBOURNE | Calling the Windsor end of Chapel Street home, Resto BoBo is bringing a taste of modern French cuisine to Melbourne. Opened by ex-engineer Dan Xerri, his desire to showcase traditional French dining with a modern twist is inspired by his time living in Strasbourg, where he fell in

jalisco mexican windsor

MELBOURNE | Jalisco Mexican in Windsor is named after the Mexican state which gave birth to many things that we associate with Mexico today – mariachi, tequila, and birria just to name a few. Husband and wife team Ali and Rebecca Kartel created Jalisco simply as a place where they

windsor alehouse review

MELBOURNE | The Windsor Alehouse is the revamped reincarnation of former Irish pub, Pint on Punt. Walk inside and the bones of the old venue are there, including the large horseshoe shaped bar in the centre, but it’s all been updated with a more 2016 feel. High tables and stools

bistro morgan pop-up windsor

MELBOURNE | Bistro Morgan has been supplying artisanal hand-made and hand-dipped doughnuts to cafes and restaurants around Melbourne since January 2015, and is owned and operated by a 15 year old high school student. Crowned as Melbourne’s “Doughnut Prince”, Morgan Hipworth has always had his eye on the food industry,

woods of windsor

MELBOURNE | The Woods of Windsor is a classy and quirky bar by Dean Bowden and Clint Hyndman of nearby Yellowbird that focuses on craft spirits and cocktails and tasty food. There’s around 100 single malt and blended whiskeys to choose from, spanning many corners of the globe and if you don’t know what