Melbourne

Higher Ground

From the team that brought us Top Paddock and The Kettle Black, Higher Ground caters to the CBD of Melbourne. Opened for breakfast/brunch and dinner, I went for the former on a Monday morning. Since Higher Ground’s opening, I’ve heard numerous reports of how stunning the interior is – and I can honestly say, I […]

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Melbourne

Kings & Knaves Espresso

As a photo enthusiast, I spend a fair amount of time in Melbourne’s CBD, so it would make sense to start doing more food reviews in the city. Well – thats my theory anyway. Kings and Knaves Espresso is a cute lil’ espresso bar/cafe located next to the courts on William Street. Specialising in gourmet […]

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Melbourne, Restaurant Reviews

Mammoth

Good news…….Armadale has a new place to brunch! From the team that brought us Touchwood and Barry, Mammoth is Malvern Roads latest listing. Brunching solo on a Tuesday morning, the place was packed, with people waiting for tables. The interior had a lively vibe, with white painted walls, lofty ceilings, bathed in natural light. It […]

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Melbourne, Restaurant Reviews

Slowpoke Espresso

Is there such a thing as late brunching? Well……I say there is. So yeah, that obviously makes it official. LOL. Annnnnyway……brunching/lunching/partaking in food, whatever you want to call it……I was eating at a cafe today. Enter Slowpoke Espresso. With a menu emphasising organic and local produce, this adorable little cafe impressed right from the start. The […]

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Melbourne, Restaurant Reviews

Walk Don’t Run

Damn, Melbourne has a strong brunch game. With cafes opening left, right and centre, Melburnian’s are ridiculously spoilt for choice. As a foodie, one of the most satisfying experiences is when one discovers a true HIDDEN GEM. From the team behind The Merchants Guild in Bentleigh East, Walk Don’t Run is their latest venture. Quietly located in an Armadale […]

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Melbourne, Restaurant Reviews

Industry Beans

I visited Industry Beans earlier today, and a thing happened – I had my first magic coffee…….like EVER. And yeah, it was good – like ridiculously GOOD. #itsamelbournething Of course, the main purpose of my visit was to eat. Ever since I was introduced to polenta many years ago at Andre’s Cucina & Polenta Bar in […]

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Melbourne, Restaurant Reviews

Square and Compass

Tucked away in East Melbourne, J and I found ourselves brunching at Square and Compass. The interior is gorgeous. Simple, clean, with an authentic feel – quite similar to Barry in Northcote (which one of the owners has been associated with). The menu is fascinating. With a distinct health-conscious tone, I opted for the porridge. […]

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